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Historic Highways of America: Volume 12 By Archer Butler Hulbert
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This volume is devoted to two great lines of pioneer movement, one through northern Virginia and the other through central New York. In the former case the Old Northwestern Turnpike is the key to the... More > situation, and in the latter the famous Genesee Road, running westward from Utica, was of momentous importance. A chapter is given to the Northwestern Turnpike, showing the movement which demanded a highway, and the legislative history which created it. Then follow two chapters of travelers’ experiences in the region covered. One of these is given to the Journal of Thomas Wallcutt (1790) through northern Virginia and central Pennsylvania. Another chapter presents no less vivid descriptions from quite unknown travelers on the Virginian roads.< Less
The Damnation of Theron Ware By Harold Frederic
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Harold Frederic's classic of American Realism, The Damnation of Theron Ware, is presented here in a new edition. Born in Utica, New York, in 1856, Harold Frederic was a journalist and writer now... More > best known for his novel Illumination, its title in England, where Frederic lived from 1884 until his death in 1898, the year after Illumination was published. The novel is better known by its American title, The Damnation of Theron Ware. The novel is in the realist tradition that, with variations, encompasses Mark Twain, William Dean Howells, Henry James, and others, and spans the period from the Civil War through the first decade of the twentieth century. The style’s impact was felt long after those years. Hallmarks of the style include central focus on characters, detail, realistic settings, and natural patterns of speech, not heightened or romanticized dialogue.< Less
The Damnation of Theron Ware By Harold Frederic
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Harold Frederic's classic of American Realism, The Damnation of Theron Ware, is presented here in a new edition. Born in Utica, New York, in 1856, Harold Frederic was a journalist and writer now... More > best known for his novel Illumination, its title in England, where Frederic lived from 1884 until his death in 1898, the year after Illumination was published. The novel is better known by its American title, The Damnation of Theron Ware. The novel is in the realist tradition that, with variations, encompasses Mark Twain, William Dean Howells, Henry James, and others, and spans the period from the Civil War through the first decade of the twentieth century. The style’s impact was felt long after those years. Hallmarks of the style include central focus on characters, detail, realistic settings, and natural patterns of speech, not heightened or romanticized dialogue.< Less
The Readjustment By Will Irwin
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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: William Henry "Will" Irwin (1873–1948) was an... More > American author, writer and journalist who was associated with the muckrakers.Irwin was born September 14, 1873 in Oneida, New York. In his early childhood the Irwin family moved to Clayville, New Jersey, a farming and mining center south of Utica. In about 1878 his father moved to Leadville, Colorado, establishing himself in the lumber business, and brought his family out. When his business failed Irwin's father moved the family to Twin Lakes[disambiguation needed], Colorado. A hotel business there failed too, and the family moved back to Leadville, to a bungalow at 125 West Twelfth Street. In 1889 they moved to Denver, where he graduated from high school. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Henry_Irwin< Less
The Damnation of Theron Ware By Harold Frederic
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The Damnation of Theron Ware (published in England as Illumination) is an 1896 novel by American author Harold Frederic. The novel reveals a great deal about early 20th century provincial America,... More > religious life, and the depressed state of intellectual and artistic culture in small towns. It is similar to Samuel Butler's The Way of All Flesh and Sinclair Lewis's Elmer Gantry. It is written in a realistic style.The novel centers on the life of a Methodist pastor named Theron Ware who has recently moved to a fictional small town in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, which Frederic modeled after Utica, New York. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Damnation_of_Theron_Ware Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
More from the Plains of Abraham By Mary MacKenzie
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“The Plains of Abraham: A History of North Elba and Lake Placid — Collected Writings of Mary MacKenzie” was published in 2007 by Nicholas K. Burns Publishing, a one-man publishing... More > house in Utica, New York. When the book finally went to press, much of the material gathered from the late Mrs. MacKenzie’s files by editor Lee Manchester had to be put aside to keep the volume from becoming too big to print; even so, “The Plains of Abraham” ran to more than 400 pages in length. Rather than leave completely aside the rest of the material that had been edited for “The Plains of Abraham,” Manchester decided to make it available in this small, print-on-demand paperback edition. FOR A FREE, EASY-TO-ACCESS PDF, GO TO http://www.slideshare.net/LeeManchester/more-from-the-plains-of-abraham< Less
More from the Plains of Abraham By Mary MacKenzie
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“The Plains of Abraham: A History of North Elba and Lake Placid — Collected Writings of Mary MacKenzie” was published in 2007 by Nicholas K. Burns Publishing, a one-man publishing... More > house in Utica, New York. When the book finally went to press, much of the material gathered from the late Mrs. MacKenzie’s files by editor Lee Manchester had to be put aside to keep the volume from becoming too big to print; even so, “The Plains of Abraham” ran to more than 400 pages in length. Rather than leave completely aside the rest of the material that had been edited for “The Plains of Abraham,” Manchester decided to make it available in this small, print-on-demand paperback edition. FOR A FREE, EASY-TO-ACCESS PDF, GO TO http://www.slideshare.net/LeeManchester/more-from-the-plains-of-abraham< Less
One Allen, Selleck, and Pollock Family , Volume I: History By Katherine K. Newman & James B. Newman
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Biographical sketches, descent information, and references for the forebears, siblings, and cousins of Roda Selleck (1877–1970) and her husband, James Barkley Pollock (1863–1934).... More > Includes families of Henry Selleck of Bay City, Michigan (1851–1907); Franklin Selleck of Utica, Michigan (1811–87); John Harlow Allen of Ann Arbor, Michigan (1832–1902); Elijah Allen (1794–1865), died Lodi Twp., Michigan; Luther Knowlton Madison of Michigan (1793–1860); Finlay Finlayson, born in 1790s in Scotland and died in 1860s in Ontario, Canada; Thomas Pollock (1815–84), died in Stephenson County, Illinois; Morgan van Matre (1813–83), died in Stephenson County, Illinois.< Less
One Allen, Selleck, and Pollock Family, Volume. I: History By Katherine K. Newman & James B. Newman
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Biographical sketches, descent information, and references for the forebears, siblings, and cousins of Roda Selleck (1877–1970) and her husband, James Barkley Pollock (1863–1934).... More > Includes families of Henry Selleck of Bay City, Michigan (1851–1907); Franklin Selleck of Utica, Michigan (1811–87); John Harlow Allen of Ann Arbor, Michigan (1832–1902); Elijah Allen (1794–1865), died Lodi Twp., Michigan; Luther Knowlton Madison of Michigan (1793–1860); Finlay Finlayson, born in 1790s in Scotland and died in 1860s in Ontario, Canada; Thomas Pollock (1815–84), died in Stephenson County, Illinois; Morgan van Matre (1813–83), died in Stephenson County, Illinois.< Less
Three for the Young (at Heart) By Stephen Best
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When in the fall of 2004, I found myself in the enviable position of teaching three specially talented organists in their mid-teens, I decided that one way to recognize their abilities was to write... More > pieces in their honor. The goals I set were that (1) each piece must reflect the personality of the student for whom it was written, (2) each piece must be within the technical grasp of the student for whom it was written, and (3) each piece, although written for a young artist, must be of sufficient appeal that it could be used by any organist. Just as it is a joy to teach such outstanding young people, it has been a joy to match compositions to each of their unique personalities. The titles given include the first name of each student. Although alternate titles are included for performers who may prefer more generic names, it is my hope that the original titles be used in special recognition of the remarkable achievements of these young artists. Stephen Best Utica, New York January 3, 2005< Less

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