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Spring 2008

LOCAL HISTORY DIVISION BOOKS NOW ONLINE @ www.libraryweb.org

Click here for a printable copy of this list.

Aboriginal Occupation of the Lower Genesee Country. George H. Harris. 1884.

Azaleas and Rhododendrons. Democrat & Chronicle print [1912] (from pamphlet file)

Chase Fruit and Flowers in Natural Color: Photographic Reproductions True to Life. 1922.

The City of Rochester and its Vicinity. Watkins Publishing Co. 1911.

Early History of Rochester: 1810 to 1827, with Comparisons of its Growth and Progress to 1860. George Henry Harris.

Fifty Years of Health in Rochester, New York, 1900-1950. Rochester (N.Y.) Health Bureau.

The Grandest Playground in the World. Rossiter Johnson. 1918.

Historical Collections of the Junior Pioneer Association of the City of Rochester and Monroe
County, N.Y.: An Address Delivered by the Rev. Ferdinand De W. Ward of Geneseo, N.Y.
1860.

History of Sullivan's Campaign Against the Iroquois; Being a Full Account of that Epoch of the Revolution. A. Tiffany Norton. 1879.

History of the Police Department of Rochester, N.Y.:  From the Earliest Times to May 1, 1903. William F. Peck.

The History of the Public Schools of Rochester, N.Y. Rochester, N. Y.: Board of Education. 1935.

A History of the Treaty of Big Tree: And an Account of the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Making of the Treaty, Held at Geneseo, N.Y., September the Fifteenth, Eighteen Hundred Ninety-seven. Livingston County Historical Society.

Lilac Bulletin Full of Facts: Dr. C. S. Sargent Describes Arboretum Collection. n.d.

The Lilacs at Highland Park, Rochester, N.Y. 1912. Democrat & Chronicle print (from pamphlet file).

Lilacs in the Rochester Parks. R. E. Horsey. 1938.

Parks and Playgrounds, Rochester, N.Y. : January 1, 1919. Rochester (N.Y.)  Dept. of Parks (from pamphlet file).

Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of Western New York: Embracing Some Account of the Ancient Remains ... And a History of Pioneer Settlement Under the Auspices of the Holland Company / Including Reminiscences of the War of 1812; the Origin, Progress and Completion of the Erie Canal, Etc. O. Turner. 1849.

Presentation of the Ellwanger & Barry Memorial Pavilion, Highland Park, Rochester, N. Y.: Dedicated by Them to the Children of Rochester, September 29, 1890. 2 to 4 P.M. [1891].

Rochester. Also known as Rochester, the flower city, Philadelphia: Murray Jordan ..., [1905].

Rochester a Good Town to Live In. Edward Hungerford. 1923.

Rochester: A Story Historical. Jenny Marsh Parker. 1884.

Rochester and Its Early Canal Days: Reminiscences of the Author, While Engaged on the New York State Water-ways, the Erie, Genesee Valley, Black River, and Other Lateral Canals. Horace Pierce Marsh. 1914.

Rochester and Monroe County: [by] Federal Writers' Project, Works Progress Administration, State of New York; sponsored by the city of Rochester and the Genesee Book Club, 1937.

The Rochester Area in American History. Dorothy S. Truesdale and Blake McKelvey, 1938.

Rochester in History and Our Part in the World War: [Henry C. Maine, editor-in-chief; contributors: John M. Swan ... [et al.], 1922.

Rochester: Its Attractions and Pleasure Resorts. Rochester Railway Company. 1899.

Rochester, Its Founders and Founding. Howard L. Osgood. 1894?

Semi-centennial History of Rochester. William F. Peck. 1884.

Sketch of Rochester, Monroe County, New York.  Edwin Williams. 1846.

A Story of Rochester. Blake McKelvey. 1938.

United Typothetae of America Tenth Annual Conference Rochester New York, September 7-10, 1896.

Western New York Under the French: An Address Delivered Before the Morgan Chapter in Memorial Art Gallery, University Campus, Rochester, N.Y., December 19, 1919. Frank H. Severance. 1920.






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