The Thousand Island Region Of New York State
SPECIAL Bundle of THREE CDs (17 Text) Covering "The Thousand Island Region of New York State"
CD 1, "Genealogy
and History of JEFFERSON, New York"
Contents - 6 Searchable Text as described
CD 2, "Genealogy
and History of OSWEGO, New York"
Contents - 7 Searchable Text as described
|1. Our county and its people
: a descriptive work on Jefferson County, New York Boston: Boston History
Co., 1898, 1293 pgs.
|2. Gazetteer and directory
of Jefferson County, New York, for 1866-7 Watertown, N.Y.: I Ingalls
& Co., Printer and Bookbinders, 1866, Child, Hamilton, 209 pgs.
|3. The north country : a
history embracing Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis and Franklin Counties,
New York Indianapolis,
Ind.: Historical Pub. Co., 1932, Landon, Harry F., 1787 pgs.
|4. A history of Jefferson
County in the state of New York : from the earliest period to the present
time Albany: J. Munsell ;, 1854, Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 603 pgs.
|5. Genealogical and family
history of the county of Jefferson, New York : a record of the achievements
of her people and the phenomenal growth of her agricultural and mechanical
industries New York: Lewis Pub. Co., 1905, 1465 pgs.
|6. History of Jefferson
County, New York : with illustrations and biographical sketches of
some of its prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia: L.H. Everts, 1878,
CD 3, "Genealogy
and History of ST. LAWRENCE, New York"
Contents - 4 Searchable Text as described
|1. Oswego County, New York,
in the Civil War Oswego, N.Y: Oswego County Historical Society, 1962,
Snyder, Charles McCool. 116 pgs.
|2. Records of the village
of Oswego Oswego, N.Y., 1874, 558 pgs.
|3. History of the West Baptist
Church in Oswego, N.Y., 1853-1897 Oswego, N.Y. Halsey, Lewis, 1896,
|4. Random sketches and wandering
thoughts, or, What I saw in camp, on the march, the bivouac, the battlefield
and hospital while with the army in Virginia, North and South Carolina,
during the late rebellion : with a historical sketch of the second Oswego
regiment ... : a record of all its officers, and roster of its enlisted
men : also an appendix Albany, N.Y.: A. Herrick, 1866, De Forest, B. S.
|5. History of Oswego County,
New York : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of
its prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia: L.H. Everts, 1877, Johnson,
Crisfield. 604 pgs.
|6. Gazetteer and business
directory of Oswego County, N.Y. for 1866-7 Oswego, N.Y.: H. Child,
1866, Child, Hamilton, 234 pgs.
|7. Old shipping days in
Oswego Oswego, N.Y., 1972, Finn, J. Leo. 306 pgs.
|1. History of St. Lawrence
Co., New York: illustrations and biographical sketches, some of its
prominent men and pioneers. Philadelphia: L.H. Everts, 1878, Durant, Samuel
W. 785 pgs.
|2. Our county and its people
: a memorial record of St. Lawrence County, New York Syracuse, N.Y.: D.
Mason, 1894, 1218 pgs.
|3. A history of St. Lawrence
and Franklin Counties, New York : from the earliest period to the present
time Albany N.Y.: Little, 1853, Hough, Franklin Benjamin, 723 pgs.
|4. Gazetteer and business
directory of St. Lawrence County, N.Y., for 1873-4 Syracuse: H. Child,
1873, 480 pgs.
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