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Reunions By Richard Chmielewski
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Family reunions are festive occasions and the Petrie clan is no exception. But families also have secrets. Some innocent. Some potentially devastating. Zofia, a Polish immigrant and the family... More > matriarch, kept a secret from her son, Sam, until her final family reunion. Wanting to atone for her guilt, since surviving the Nazi occupation in Poland, she divulged her story to him. Not heeding her warning Sam, with the help of his friend Utica policeman Carl Thurston, embarks on a mission of family reunion. Little could Sam know that he would become wrapped in an international adventure, as he seeks to reunite his family. Dr. Sam Petrie and Officer Thurston return in this thrilling sequel to Mantis and the Mole and are again thrust into a whirlpool of mystery, romance and death. Along with FBI agent Lisa Barducci, they find themselves involved in suspense on the Adirondacks Scenic Railway train with her riding aboard a “train to Hell” as they combat the International Alliance.< Less
Fragments of a Disturbed Mind By Mike D. Burke
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Fragments of a Disturbed Mind is the second collection of poems (Dreams of Madness, Love and Passion Through Poetry) from writer/illustrator/actor Mike D. Burke. These poems are an attempt at therapy... More > for him but have universal messages. From frustrations he's dealt with to fantasies to coping with the loss of one autonomy and the gaining of a new one. From the loss of love in "Forgetting" to the beginning of a new in "With a Single Sound".< Less
Victorian Pride - Forgotten Songs of Central New York By Diane Janowski
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First in a series of historic hometown sheet music books. Victorian Pride - Central New York heralds the songs written in or about the towns Elmira, Binghamton, Canisteo, Ithaca, Chenango, Tioga,... More > Rochester, Syracuse and Utica. The songs here date form 1841 to 1885.Songs include "Elmira Schottisch," "Cayuga Mazurka," "Little Barefoot Waltzes," "Life on the Susquehanna," "Vale of the Canisteo," "Oak Leaf Schottish," "Rochester Free Academy March," "Binghamton March," "Susquehanna Waltz," "Syracuse City March," "Tioga Schottish," Utica French Academy March," "Canisteo Polka," "Effie Carrol," "Margery," "Rochester New City March," "Chenango Polka," and more! Paperback 120 pages.< Less
Price Family History By Debra Price
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This is a book of family history about the Price family who settled in the Utica, Michigan area in the early 1800s. It includes some documents and photos.
Price Family History By Debra Price
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This is a book of family history about the Price family who settled in the Utica, Michigan area in the early 1800s. It includes some documents and photos.
Your Inner CSI By Morgan Jensen
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This project was a Senior Capstone Project for the class of 2018. This book helps students to develop ideas for cross curricular projects.This activity book is applicable to multiple workspaces, not... More > just limited to school. This book was inspired by the Utica Center for Science and Industry. The Utica Center for Science and Industry is part of the Utica Commuity School District. The Utica Center for Science and Industry promotes alternative learning between two main pathways, multimedia production and engineering, through collaboration. This collaboration is shown through multiple projects, learing styles, and the variety of high school students from the school district.< Less
The Market-Place By Harold Frederic
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Harold Frederic (born Harold Henry Frederick; August 19, 1856... More > – October 19, 1898) was an American journalist and novelist.Frederic was born in Utica, New York, to Presbyterian parents. After his father was killed in a railroad accident when Frederic was 18 months old, the boy was raised primarily by his mother. He finished school at age fifteen, and soon began work as a photographer. For four years he was a photographic touch-up artist in his hometown and in Boston. In 1875 he began work as a proofreader for the newspaper The Utica Herald and then The Utica Daily Observer. Frederic later became a reporter. Frederic married Grace Green Williams in 1877, and they had five children together. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_Frederic< Less
Papers of the 2010 Conference for Undergraduate Research in Communication By Rudy Pugliese
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The Conference for Undergraduate Research in Communication has become a national event. Since its inception in 2004, it has drawn hundreds of students from 28 colleges and universities: Alfred... More > University, Boston College, Brooklyn College, Hamilton College, Iona College, Ithaca College, John Carroll University, Lynchburg College, Marist College, Nazareth College, New York University, Niagara University, Queens College (City University of New York), Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Samford University, St. Bonaventure University, St. John Fisher College, the College at Brockport, SUNY Geneseo, SUNY/IT Utica, University at Albany, University at Buffalo, University of Pittsburgh, Utica College, Vassar College, Villanova University, and Whatcom Community College.< Less
Organbuilding Along the Erie and Chenango Canals By Stephen Pinel
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By 1850, Alvinza Andrews had become the proprietor of the sixth-largest organbuilding establishment in the United States. Shipping completed instruments on the New York canal system, and using local... More > materials and personnel, he dramatically undercut his Boston and New York competition. To increase efficiency further, Andrews relocated the firm from Waterville, New York, to downtown Utica in 1852, literally along the southern bank of the Erie Canal.< Less
The Descendants of John Reese and Elizabeth Thomas, 1778 By Jerry Rees
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This book is intended for the family to trace Rees (Reese) Clan of Ohio. We know the name Rees comes from Carmarthenshire, Wales. This edition traces the Rees’s of Ohio to John Reese, born in... More > Wales in 1778 and migrated to the US circa 1802, and Elizabeth Thomas, born 1779, Wales. Once in America, the family migrated from New York, to Albany and Utica. They finally settled in Central Ohio, where descendants of John Reese and Elizabeth Thomas still reside today.< Less

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