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TIOGA COUNTY, New York Historicial and Genealogicial Information
2064 Pages of Information

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3 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Historical gazetter of Tioga County, New York, 1785-1888 Syracuse, N.Y.: Gay, W. B., 1887, 763  pgs.
CONTENTS
Part I: Gazetteer of Tioga County, New York. Chapter I 
Part I: Chapter II. The Boston Purchase 
Part I: Chapter III. First settlement 
Part I: Chapter IV. Administration of the law 
Part I: Chapter V. Internal improvements 
Part I: Chapter VI. Newspapers of Owego 
Part I: Chapter VII. War of the rebellion 
Part I: Gazetteer of towns
Part II: Directory of Tioga County, New York 
Part II: Barton: Outside Waverly Village 
Part II: Berkshire 
Part II: Candor 
Part II: Newark Valley 
Part II: Nichols 
Part II: Owego. Inside corporation 
Part II: Owego. Outside corporation 
Part II: Richford 
Part II: Spencer 
Part II: Tioga 
Part II: Tioga County classified business directory 
                      
2.  Our county and its people : a memorial history of Tioga County, New York Elmira, N.Y.: W.A. Fergusson, Kingman, Leroy W. 1897?, 854  pgs. 
CONTENTS
References 
Our county and its people. A history of Tioga County, New York. 
Chapter I. European discoveries and explorations... 
Chapter II. The Indain occupation--The Iroquois confederacy... 
Chapter III. Jesuits among the Indians... 
Chapter IV. Political situation previous to the Revolution... 
Chapter V. Treatment of the Indains reguarding their territory... 
Chapter VI. Land titles in Tioga County--Royal grants... 
Chapter VII. Locating the county seat--The early courts... 
Chapter VIII. Tioga County civil list 
Chapter IX. Character of the pioneers of Tioga County... 
Chapter X. Tioga County in the War of 1861-65 
Chapter XI. Tioga County in the War of 1861-65 
Chapter XIII. Tioga County in the war of 1861-65 
Chapter XIII. The bench and bar 
Chapter XIV. The medical profession in Tioga County 
Chapter XV. Agricultural societies 
Chapter XVI. The press of Tioga County 
Chapter XVII. Education in Tioga County 
Our county and its people. Towns of Tioga County. 
Chapter XVIII. The town of Owego 
Chapter XIX. Village of Owega 
Chapter XX. The town of Barton 
Chapter XXI. Village of Waverly 
Chapter XXII. The town of Spencer 
Chapter XXIII. The town of Newark Valley 
Chapter XXIV. The town of Candor 
Chapter XXV. The town of Tioga 
Chapter XXVI. The town of Nichols 
Chapter XXVII. The town of Berkshire 
Chapter XXVIII. The town of Richford 
Our county and its people. Part second. Owego Village and town 
Our county and its people. Part second. Waverly and town of Barton 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Spencer 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Newark Valley 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Candor 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Tioga 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Nicchols 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Bershire 
Our county and its people. Part second. Town of Richford 
                      
3.  Gazetteer and business directory of Broome and Tioga Counties, N.Y. for 1872-3 Syracuse: Child, Hamilton, 1872, 447  pgs.
CONTENTS
Index to business directory - General contents - Index to advertisements - Index to publisher's notices - Post offices and Post masters in Tioga Co. - Post offices and Post Masters in Broome Co. - The states, their settlement, admittance to the Union, population, suffrage laws, etc - The territories, their boundaries, area, physical features, etc - Stamp duties - Postal rates and regulations - Infallible rules for detecting counterfeit or Spurious Bank notes - Valuable recipes  - Almanac or calendar for 20 years - Broome County - Gazetteer of towns. Barker was formed from Lisle, April 18, 1831. - Tioga County - Gazetteer of towns. Barton was formed from Tioga, March 23, 1826. - Broome County business directory - Binghamton. (Town.), Chenango, Colesville, Conklin, Deposit Village, Fenton, Kirkwood , Lisle, Maine, Nanticoke, Sanford, Triangle, Union, Vestal, Windsor, City of Binghamton, Berkshire, Tioga County business directory           Candor, Newark Valley, Nichols, Owego, Richford, Spencer, Tioga, Barton, Population of Broome & Tioga Counties - Agricultural statistics for Broome and Tioga Counties from census of 1865 and 1870 - Tioga County officers - Broome County officers - Terms of court--1872-3 - Broome County table of distances. - Tioga table of distances - Charts 

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