Pine Bush Area Public Library Local History Collection: Ulster County
A guide to published and un-published works related to the history of Pine Bush, the Town of Crawford and the Hudson Valley Region
- Thank Rosendale byCall Number: 974.734 GENISBN: 9780975941911Publication Date: 2005-08-01At the founding of our nation, New York was ranked 7th among the thirteen colonies. One hundred years later is was the wealthiest, most populous, most industrialized and technically advanced state in the union. It all began with the discovery of grey gold (natural cement) in Rosendale.
- Cragsmoor, an historical sketch byCall Number: REF 974.734 HakPublication Date: 1983
- Shawangunk hearths : recollections of an old timer byCall Number: REF 974.7 MENPublication Date: 1974, 2001
- Wawarsing, where the streams wind : historical glimpses of the town byCall Number: 974.734 TERPublication Date: 1977
- The Indians : or, Narratives of massacres and depredations on the frontier, in Wawasink and its vicinity during the American Revolution byCall Number: 970.447 BEVPublication Date: 1846
- New Paltz byCall Number: 974.734 JOHISBN: 9780738508733Publication Date: 2001-10-09A deep sense of history lingers in New Paltz, still home to many direct descendants of its original families. Settled nearly three hundred twenty-five years ago by French Huguenots, the town is located halfway between New York City and Albany, a few miles west of the Hudson on the banks of the Wallkill River. In this magnificent setting, with panoramic views of the Shawangunk Mountains dominating the western horizon, a stable little community prospered. New Paltz invites readers to reflect on fascinating images that document development and inevitable change. Sky Top, with its landmark Mohonk Tower built high on the Shawangunk Ridge, beckons residents and travelers alike. Huguenot Street, famous for its original stone houses, is now a National Historic Landmark District. Each semester college students arrive to swell the population of a town that has been associated with higher education ever since a classical school was opened in 1828. New Paltz is illustrated with some two hundred unique photographs dating from the 1860s, many published here for the first time. Informative text helps track dramatic changes in architecture, modes of transportation, and lifestyle.
- The early history of Kingston & Ulster County, N.Y. byCall Number: 974.734 FRIISBN: 9780890620052Publication Date: 1975
- Olde Ulster : an historical and genealogical magazine byCall Number: 974.73 OLD VOL. 1Publication Date: 1905-1914
- A history of Ulster County under the dominion of the Dutch byCall Number: 974 VANPublication Date: 1923
- Picturesque Ulster : a pictorial work on the County of Ulster, State of New York byCall Number: REF 974.734 DELPublication Date: 1968
- Historic sketch and inventory of historic places in the Shawangunk Valley, Ulster County, New York. byCall Number: REF 974.731 HisPublication Date: 1980
- Report on the Natural, Historic and Economic Resources of the valley of the Shawangunk Kill, Ulster County, New York. byCall Number: REF 974.731 RepPublication Date: 1980
- Vertical File: Town of Shawangunk Public Opinion Survey, June 1992 byCall Number: REF 974.731 TOWPublication Date: 1992