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Peacemakers
The Iroquois, the United States, and the Treaty of Canandaigua, 1794
$ 33.25

by Michael Leroy Oberg

The Iroquois, the United States, and the Treaty of Canandaigua, 1794












Final Stop, FREEDOM
$ 25.30

by Marjory Allen Perez

The Underground Railroad Experience in Wayne County, New York












Rochester History
$ 8.88

by Preston E. Pierce

Liberian Dreams, West African Nightmare: The Life of Henry W. Johnson, who left early Canandaigua to resettle in Libera. Paperback











FREEDOM
A Shared Sacrifice!
$ 34.32

by Marjory Allen Perez

A spotlight on the lives of African American soldiers from Western New York during the civil War.  A combination of genealogy research with traditional study of regimental and military history results in a unique book about the soldiers of the Civil War.












The Fish Horn Alarm
More Stories of Country Folk Life
$ 14.20

by J. Sheldon Fisher

A folktale book about town of Victor by the historian Sheldon Fisher. Timeless short stories. Paperback












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America’s First Rushville
$ 51.00

by Robert Elbridge Moody

A comprehensive history of Rushville, NY from it’s early beginnings through 1990 by Historian Robert Moody. Hard bound.












New York Upstate in 1905
$ 24.22

Actual Newspaper stories from upstate newspapers during the year 1905. Gives a flavour of people and culture in the early 1900s.












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A Spirited Trip Through the Finger Lakes & Upstate New York: America’s Gateway to the West
$ 27.45

by Donald E. Kneeland

As the ghost writer of this book, Mr. Kneeland borrows the identities of several historical figures to answer the question “how things got to be the way they are” Paperback.












The Complete Guide to Village Life in America
$ 27.45

by Nancy T. Hayden

The accompanying guide to Carolyn Cowles Richards classic diary, “Village Life in America”. Learn more about the people and places in mid 1800’s Canandaigua. Sprial bound.