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item imageRemembering Albany: Heritage on the Hudson*new*
by Don Rittner
Four hundred years of history on the banks of the Hudson River in New York's capital city.
item imageNew York's Capital District 1978-2003
by Tom Killips
Photographs by award-winning photojournalist Tom Killips showing life in the Albany-Troy-Rensselaer County area. Divided into four sections: news, features, sports, and arts and entertainment.
item imageAlbany: Capital City on the Hudson
by John J. McEneny, Dennis Holzman, Robert W. Arnold
History of Albany and Albany County.
item imageO Albany!: Improbable City of Political Wizards, Fearless Ethnics, Spectacular Aristocrats, Splendid Nobodies, and Underrated Scoundrels
by William J. Kennedy
Best-selling novelist tells the story of Albany, the setting for many of his novels.
item imageRemembering Troy: Heritage on the Hudson
by Don Rittner
The history of this city on the Hudson, where the American Industrial Revolution boomed and the Erie canal begins, home of Uncle Sam, and visionaries.
item imageTroy: A Collar City History
by Don Rittner
Historian and computer book author traces the history of Troy across three centuries. With over 100 black-and-white illustrations.
item imageTroy
by Don Rittner
A collection of more than 200 photos illustrating the history of Troy, spanning much of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
item imageSchenectady's Stockade: New York's First Historic District (NY)
by Don Rittner
Describes and shows in photographs the unique history of Schenectady's architecture and its earliest residents in one of the oldest European-settled areas in the US and the highest concentration of historic buildings in the country.
item imageRotterdam
by Schenectady County Historical Society
Tells the story of the town of Rotterdam, formed in 1820 from the Third Ward of the city of Schenectady. 200 images.
item imageNatural History of the Albany Pine Bush Albany and Schenectady Counties, New York. Field Guide and Trail Map
by Jeffrey K. Barnes
Explores the home of rare plants and animals in the Pine Bush.
item imageCapitol in Albany
by William Clift, Stephen Shore, Judith Turner, D Weaks, William Kennedy
Four photographers and Albany's William Kennedy look at the State House in Albany.
item imageBeverwijck: A Dutch Village on the American Frontier, 1652-1664
by Janny Venema
Tells the story of Fort Orange, on the west side of New York State's upper Hudson River, and the area around it known as the village of Beverwijck.
item imageThe Making of American Resorts: Saratoga Springs, Ballston Spa, Lake George
by Theodore Corbett
item imageThey're Off!: Horse Racing at Saratoga
by Edward Hotaling
Documents the track's history and the development of Saratog Springs as a playground for the famous and wealthy.
item imageSaratoga Lost: Images of Victorian America
by Robert Joki
item imageThe Hudson Valley & Catskill Mountains: An Explorer's Guide: Includes Saratoga Springs & Albany
by Joanne Michaels
Travel guide covering best restaurants, inns, and attractions in New York's Hudson Valley and Catskill Mountains.
item imageThe Hudson Valley Book: A Complete Guide (Great Destinations)
by Evelyn Kanter
Travel guide for the entire valley of the Hudson River.
item imageAn Albany Trio: Three Novels from the Albany Cycle: Legs, Billy Phelan's Greatest Game, Ironweed
by William Kennedy
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