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Bringing New York State to the world ... and the world back home.
Excelsior Editions
Bringing New York State to the world ... and the world back home.
An imprint of SUNY Press, Excelsior Editions features affordable books of interest to all.
Excelsior Editions showcases the vibrant history and culture of New York and
surrounding states while at the same time making available noteworthy and
essential popular books, both classic and contemporary.
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Flash Points
Flash Points (July 2017)
Lessons Learned and Not Learned in Malawi, Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan
Jade Wu - Author

 
 
An Extraordinary, Ordinary Woman
An Extraordinary, Ordinary Woman (June 2017)
The Journal of Phebe Orvis, 1820-1830
Susan M. Ouellette - Author

 
 
New York Art Deco
New York Art Deco (May 2017)
A Guide to Gotham's Jazz Age Architecture
Anthony W. Robins - Author

 
 
Slavery and Freedom in the Mid-Hudson Valley
Slavery and Freedom in the Mid-Hudson Valley (May 2017)
Michael E. Groth - Author

 
 
Failed State
Failed State (April 2017)
Dysfunction, Corruption, and the Road to Reform in an American Statehouse
Seymour P. Lachman - Author
Robert Polner - With

 
 
Somewhere in France
Somewhere in France (February 2017)
The World War I Letters and Journal of Private Frederick A. Kittleman
Thomas J. Schaeper - Author

Previously unpublished letters and a private journal provide an intimate view of World War I through the eyes of an ordinary solider from western New York.
The United States entered World War I in April 1917, and by the end of the conflict two million American soldiers were fighting on French soil. One of them was Private Frederick A. Kittleman, who was born in the small city of Olean in western New York. After being drafted in ...(Read More)
 
 
Ultimate Upstate!
Ultimate Upstate! (February 2017)
100 Unique, Unusual, and Overlooked Destinations in Upstate New York
Chuck D'Imperio - Author

An exciting travel guide for Upstate New York road warriors, history lovers, and tourists.
In Ultimate Upstate! Chuck D’Imperio mines deep into his travel journal and shares an astonishing array of fun and amazing places in Upstate New York that the casual traveler might otherwise miss. As one of Upstate’s most ardent advocates, D’Imperio has traveled the backroads and byways of the region seeking out the...(Read More)
 
 
Running the Long Path
Running the Long Path (December 2016)
A 350-mile Journey of Discovery in New York's Hudson Valley
Kenneth A. Posner - Author

An ultrarunner’s fast-paced narrative into the wilds of New York’s Hudson Valley, as he attempts to set a new record for completing the Long Path, a 350-mile hiking trail that links New York City and Albany.
Have you ever considered running 350 miles in nine days? Kenneth A. Posner did just that when he completed a record-setting run along New York’s Long Path, a 350-mile hiking trail that stretches from New Yo...(Read More)
 
 
The Smalbanac 2.0
The Smalbanac 2.0 (December 2016)
An Opinionated Guide to New York's Capital District
Christine M. Garretson-Persans - Author

A quirky, fun guide to New York’s Capital District.
With new and updated entries on everything from food, shopping, and the arts to people, history, and places to visit, The Smalbanac 2.0 is a wry, affectionate, and practical guide to New York State’s capital city and surrounding area. Packed with information, this guide is perfect not only for visitors, new students, and those relocating to the area but also ...(Read More)
 
 
American Chartres
American Chartres (November 2016)
Buffalo's Waterfront Grain Elevators
Bruce Jackson - Photographs and text by

Documents the city’s surviving grain elevators and their profound influence on twentieth-century architecture.
On a visit to Buffalo, New York, the French poet Dominique Fourcade was awed by the huge concrete grain elevators that line the city’s river and lakefront. Turning to his guide, the poet Susan Howe, he exclaimed, “The American Chartres!” Taking Fourcade’s exclamation as its title, Bruce Ja...(Read More)
 
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