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Bibliography of New York

The following is a bibliography of New York. New York is a U.S. state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the Northeastern United States. New York is commonly known as the "Empire State" and sometimes the "Excelsior State". It is the nation's third most populous state at over 19 million people. The capital of the state is Albany and its most populous city is New York City. New York is often referred to as New York State to distinguish it from New York City.

General reference

  • Eisenstadt, Peter, ed. (2005). The Encyclopedia of New York State. Syracuse, New York:  

History

General history

Colonial times

  • Kammen, Michael. Colonial New York: a History. New York City: Oxford University Press; 1975, 1996. ISBN 0-19-510779-9.

New Netherland

  • Gehring, Charles T. Fort Orange Records 1656–1678. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press; 2000. ISBN 978-0-585-30922-4.
  • Van Laer, A. J. F. (translator and editor). Van Rensselaer Bowier Manuscripts. Albany: University of the State of New York; 1908. OCLC 9261526.
  • Venema, Janny. Beverwijck: A Dutch Village on the American Frontier, 1652-1664. Hilversum: Verloren; 2003. ISBN 0-7914-6079-7.

By municipality

By city

Albany

  • Button, Daniel Evan. Take City Hall!. Whitston Publishing Company; 2003. ISBN 978-0-87875-542-4.
  • Grondahl, Paul. Mayor Erastus Corning: Albany Icon, Albany Enigma. Albany: State University of New York Press; 2007. ISBN 978-0-7914-7294-1.
  • Howell, George Rogers. Bi-centennial History of Albany: History of the County of Albany, N.Y. from 1609 to 1886 (Volume I). Jonathan Tenney. New York City: W. W. Munsell & Co; 1886. OCLC 11543538.
  • Howell, George Rogers. Bi-centennial History of Albany: History of the County of Albany, N.Y. from 1609 to 1886 (Volume II). Jonathan Tenney. New York City: W. W. Munsell & Co; 1886. OCLC 11543538.
  • Kennedy, William. O Albany!. Viking Press; 1983. ISBN 978-0-670-52087-9.
  • McEneny, John. Albany, Capital City on the Hudson: An Illustrated History. Sun Valley, California: American Historical Press; 2006. ISBN 1-892724-53-7.
  • Munsell, Joel. The Annals of Albany. 2nd ed. Albany: Joel Munsell; 1869. OCLC 11500714.
  • Munsell, Joel. Collections on the History of Albany: from its Discovery to the Present Time (Volume 1). Joel Munsell; 1865. OCLC 2750413.
  • Reynolds, Cuyler. Albany Chronicles: A History of the City Arranged Chronologically, From the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time. Albany: J. B. Lyon Company; 1906. OCLC 457804870.
  • Rittner, Don. Images of America: Albany. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing; 2000. ISBN 0-7385-0088-7.
  • Rittner, Don. Then & Now: Albany. Charleston, South Carolina: Arcadia Publishing; 2002. ISBN 0-7385-1142-0.
  • Rittner, Don. Remembering Albany: Heritage on the Hudson. Charleston, South Carolina: History Press; 2009. ISBN 978-1-59629-770-8.
  • Roberts, Warren. A Place in History: Albany in the Age of Revolution, 1775–1825. SUNY Press; 2010. ISBN 978-1-4384-3329-5.
  • Venema, Janny. Beverwijck: A Dutch Village on the American Frontier, 1652–1664. Hilversum: Verloren; 2003. ISBN 0-7914-6079-7.
  • Waite, Diana S. Albany Architecture: A Guide to the City. Albany: Mount Ida Press; 1993. ISBN 0-9625368-1-4.
  • Weise, Arthur James. The History of the City of Albany, New York, from the Discovery of the Great River in 1524 by Verrazzano to the Present Time. Albany: E.H. Bender; 1884. OCLC 337558.
  • Whish, John D. Albany Guide Book. Albany: J.B. Lyon Company; 1917. OCLC 17438709.
  • The Albany Lumber Trade: Its History and Extent. Albany: The Argus Company; 1872. OCLC 8260640.
  • The Charter of the City of Albany; and the Laws and Ordinances Ordained and Established by the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty of the Said City, in Common Council Convened. Albany: Barber and Southwick; 1800. OCLC 55813771.

Buffalo

Saratoga Springs

Troy

  • Rittner, Don. Troy, NY: A Collar City History. Arcadia Publishing; 2002. ISBN 0-7385-2368-2.
  • City of Troy. Charter of and laws relating to the city of Troy: as amended at the close of the legislative session of 1906. Troy Observer Co; 1906. OCLC 13208186.
  • Weise, Arthur James. The city of Troy and its vicinity. Troy, New York: Edward Green; 1886. OCLC 8989214.
  • Weise, Arthur James. Troy's one hundred years, 1789–1889. Troy, New York: William H. Young; 1891. OCLC 17346272.
  • Weise, Arthur James. History of the city of Troy: from the Expulsion of the Mohegan Indians to the Present Centennial Year of Independence of the United States of America, 1876. Troy, New York: William H. Young; 1876. OCLC 12930415.

By county

Rensselaer County

Other

See also

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