Canals, Commerce, and Tourism in the Niagara-Great Lakes Borderland Region, 1792–1837 Janet Dorothy Larkin - Author
The History of Here
A House, the Pine Hills Neighborhood, and the City of Albany Akum Norder - Author
How the Pine Hills neighborhood in Albany, New York, changed and grew, as reflected in the history of one house and the lives of its residents.
When you buy an old house, you get much more than a house. In all its quirks, its alterations, in fragments of memory and traces left behind, you get a bundle of small mysteries. Who used to live here? Why did they come here, and where did they go? Whose name is that written on the attic...(Read More)
Cinema and Therapy in the 1960s Michael DeAngelis - Author
Examines the causes and consequences of recusal behavior on the US Supreme Court.
Do US Supreme Court justices withdraw from cases when they are supposed to? What happens when the Court is down a member? In Ethics and Accountability on the US Supreme Court, Robert J. Hume provides the first comprehensive examination of the causes and consequences of recusal behavior on the Supreme Court. Using original da...(Read More)
Offers a detailed account of the political and military history of the Irish American Fenian Brotherhood in the nineteenth century.
In what is now largely considered a footnote in history, Americans invaded Canada along the Niagara Frontier in 1866. The group behind the invasion—the Fenian Brotherhood—was formed in 1858 by Irish nationalists in New York City in order to fight for Irish independence from Britain. ...(Read More)
Votes for Women
Celebrating New York's Suffrage Centennial Jennifer A. Lemak - Author Ashley Hopkins-Benton - Author MaryEllen Elia - Foreword by Kirsten Gillibrand - Foreword by Kathy Hochul - Foreword by Betty A. Rosa - Foreword by
Chronicles the history of the women’s rights and suffrage movements in New York State and examines the important role the state played in the national suffrage movement.
The work for women’s suffrage started more than seventy years before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment at the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848 when Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and one hundred supporters signed the Declaration of S...(Read More)