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

The first guidebook devoted exclusively to New York City’s Art Deco treasures.

Of all the world’s great cities, perhaps none is so defined by its Art Deco architecture as New York. Lively and informative, New York Art Deco leads readers step-by-step past the monuments of the 1920s and ’30s that recast New York as the world’s modern metropolis. Anthony W. Robins, New York’s best-known Art Deco guide, includes an introd...(Read More)
Slavery and Freedom in the Mid-Hudson Valley
Slavery and Freedom in the Mid-Hudson Valley (May 2017)
Michael E. Groth - Author

Explores the long-neglected rural dimensions of northern slavery and emancipation in New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley.

Slavery and Freedom in the Mid-Hudson Valley focuses on the largely forgotten history of slavery in New York and the African American freedom struggle in the central Hudson Valley prior to the Civil War. Slaves were central actors in the drama that unfolded in the region during the Revolution, and they...(Read More)
Upstate Uncovered
Upstate Uncovered (May 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 Upstate Uncovered 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 seekin...(Read More)
Set in Stone
Set in Stone (March 2017)
Creating and Commemorating a Hudson Valley Culture
Kenneth Shefsiek - Author

2017 Annual Hendricks Award, presented by the New Netherland Institute

Challenges the belief that the Walloons and the Dutch of the Hudson Valley were cultural preservationists who resisted English culture.

In 1678, seven French-speaking Protestant families established the village of New Paltz in the Hudson River Valley of New York. Life on the edge of European settlement presented many challenges, ...(Read More)
The Best of New York Archives
The Best of New York Archives (March 2017)
Selections from the Magazine, 2001-2011
New York State Archives Partnership Trust - Author

Tales of New York State history from the pages of the award-winning New York Archives.

For readers interested in uncovering the history of the Empire State, The Best of New York Archives highlights some of the most popular articles of the unique, award-winning publication—as told through the records of the men and women who made it.

Home to some of the United States’ most important historical treasures, the Ne...(Read More)
Radical Imagination, Radical Humanity
Radical Imagination, Radical Humanity (February 2017)
Puerto Rican Political Activism in New York
Rose Muzio - Author

Provides firsthand accounts of militant Puerto Rican activists in 1970s New York City.

In this book Rose Muzio analyzes how structural and historical factors—including colonialism, economic marginalization, racial discrimination, and the Black and Brown Power movements of the 1960s—influenced young Puerto Ricans to reject mainstream ideas about political incorporation and join others in struggles aga...(Read More)
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 soldier 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)
Between Stony Brook Harbor Tides
Between Stony Brook Harbor Tides (December 2016)
The Natural History of a Long Island Pocket Bay
R. Lawrence Swanson - Author
Malcolm J. Bowman - Author

2017 Robert Cushman Memorial Award, presented by the Three Village Historical Society
Examines the ecological and historical significance of the harbor and what it can bring to future residents.

Stony Brook Harbor, or Three Sisters Harbor as it was known historically, is perhaps the most pristine of the Long Island north shore pocket bays. Untouched by major commercialization, it has been designated a Si...(Read More)
Herbert H. Lehman
Herbert H. Lehman (December 2016)
A Political Biography
Duane Tananbaum - Author

The definitive biography of New York State’s four-term Governor, US Senator, humanitarian, and Jewish liberal political reformer.

This new biography of Herbert Lehman—the first in a half century—fills the void left by historians and political scientists who have neglected one of the truly great liberal icons of the mid-twentieth century. Based on extensive research in archival sources, Herbert H. Lehman ...(Read More)
New York's Broken Constitution
New York's Broken Constitution (December 2016)
The Governance Crisis and the Path to Renewed Greatness
Peter J. Galie - Editor
Christopher Bopst - Editor
Gerald Benjamin - Editor

Examines the significant gaps between what New York State’s constitution says and how the state is actually governed and offers ideas for reform.
On its face, New York State’s constitution is an elaborate and impressive aggregation of processes, powers, mandates, and limits. But many of these are “inoperative,” and New Yorkers who read the document and believe what it says will come away with a massive mi...(Read More)
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