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Rails to the Catskills

Rails to the Catskills

RAILS TO THE CATSKILLS Railroading in the Northern and Southern Catskills A film by Tobe Carey, DVD, 95 minutes (Willow Mixed Media) RAILS TO THE CATSKILLS uses original footage, contemporary and vintage photographs, postcards, rare films, railfan movies, newspapers and historic archives to document the history of the dynamic railroad industry in the northern and southern Catskills. Catskill Mountain railroads have roots in the Delaware & Hudson Canal of the 1820s and the post-Civil War railroad boom. RAILS TO THE CATSKILLS explores: the Canajoharie & Catskill Railroad; the New York,...
$19.95

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Rip Van Winkle

Rip Van Winkle

Rip Van Winkle The Mountain Top Edition Washington Irving’s classic story, with 33 drawings by famed early-20th-century illustrator N.C. Wyeth. Trade Paperback, 2-color illustrations, 6″ x 9″, 94 pages ISBN: 9781883789855, $13.95 With essays on N.C. Wyeth and Washington Irving. Published with The Mountain Top Historical Society
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Saratoga Lost: Images of Victorian America

Saratoga Lost: Images of Victorian America

Saratoga Lost Images of Victorian America by Robert Joki, foreword by Marylou Whitney  trade paperback, 8 ½ x 11, 208 pages 230 photographs, 70 drawings & period, advertisements 1885 map of the city ISBN 9781883789152 $27.95   Over 300 period photographs and illustrations from the author’s extraordinary private collection guide the reader on a detailed tour of the splendors of the “lost city” of Victorian-era Saratoga Springs, New York, from 1860 to 1890. World-famous as “the Queen of Spas,” Saratoga Springs entered a golden age in the...
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Saving the Shawangunks

Saving the Shawangunks

Saving the Shawangunks   The Struggle to Protect One of Earth’s Last Great Places       by Carleton Mabee, winner of the Pulitzer Prize   photographs by Nora Scarlett   foreword by Cara Lee of The Nature Conservancy   32 full-color photographs by Nora Scarlett   70 B&W maps and photos   Paper, 8 x 10, 168 pp   Isbn: 9781883789886, $21.95       The successful grassroots fight to stop the construction of a 400-room hotel/conference center and 500 condominiums around Lake Minnewaska in New York State’s Shawangunk...
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The Farmer and the Grill

The Farmer and the Grill

The Farmer and the Grill A guide to grilling, barbecuing and spit-roasting grassfed meat…and for saving the planet, one bite at a time by Shannon Hayes foreword by Joel Salatin published by Left to Write Press paperback, 6″ x 9″, 164 pages, illustrated isbn: 9780979439100, $21.95 In her first book, The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook , author and livestock farmer Shannon Hayes introduced a radically simple concept: sustainable practices like pasture-based farming translate into food that is tastier, healthier, and better for both people and the planet....
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The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook

The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook

The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook , 2nd edition by Shannon Hayes foreword by Bruce Aidells publisher by Left to Write Press paperback, 7″x10″, 308 pages, illustrated isbn: 9780979439162, $22.95 A definitive guide to the health, animal welfare, environmental and culinary benefits of grass-fed foods. “The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook is a required companion for all of us who wish to enjoy these [pasture raised] foods and support a better way of farming and eating.” Bruce Aidells, author of The Complete Meat Cookbook and Bruce Aidell’s Complete Book of Pork “Farming...
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The Life and Wars of John Stark

The Life and Wars of John Stark

STARK The Life and Wars of John Stark French and Indian War Ranger, Revolutionary War General by Richard V. Polhemus & John F. Polhemus Trade paperback, 6″ x 9″, 400 pages, 23 illustrations (maps, drawings, photos, paintings) $21.95, isbn 9781883789749 Engaging and enlightening. ... The authors subtitle their book French and Indian War Ranger, Revolutionary War General. But it is more. In several respects, it is an informative guide to key battles and individuals from the French and Indian War, in which Stark fought with the famed Roger's Rangers, and the events leading up...
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The Street That Built a City

The Street That Built a City

The Street That Built a City McEntee’s Chestnut Street, Kingston, and the Rise of New York by Lowell Thing trade paperback, 8.5″ x 11″ 342 full-color pages, over 200 illustrations including 28 Hudson River School paintings isbn 9781883789800, retail $35.00 The Hudson River’s Towing King • A Canal Engineer • Seven Brickyard Owners • a Tannery Owner • Three Steamboat Captains • a Famous Landscape Painter • the Architect who co-designed NY’s Central Park• An Assassin’s Brother • a 13-year-old Civil War veteran • a...
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The True Story of Fala

The True Story of Fala

The True Story of Fala by Margaret (Daisy) Suckley and Alice Dalgliesh drawings by E.N. Fairchild The story of  “The dog that owned a president” trade paper, 6″ x 9″, 80 pages 48 drawings & historic photographs $13.95, isbn 9781883789787 published in conjunction with Wilderstein Preservation   Fala was the Scotty dog who was the friend and companion of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Fala was sometimes serious, Sometimes happy, Sometimes pleading And always charming. You will want to read about him in this book.   So went the...
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Trunks of the Gunks

Trunks of the Gunks

TRUNKS OF THE GUNKS A Visual Odyssey through the Shawangunk Mountains in Search of the Unexpected Photographs by Nora Scarlett Foreword by Paul Huth, Daniel Smiley Research Center, Mohonk Preserve Hardcover (casebound), 9″ x 9″, 112 pages 100 full-color photographs ISBN 9781883789862, $30.00 Studio photographer Nora Scarlett hiked for over ten years throughout the “Gunks”—the Shawangunk Mountains of New York State. “I looked for wacky formations, humorous characteristics, improbable locations, surprising shapes, and other wondrous growths. Such specimens...
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