New York: A Guide to the Empire State

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Index
Abbott, George F., 154, 678
Abeel, David, House, 408
Abeel, John (see O'Bail, John)
Abeel Island, 481
Abercrombie, James, Gen., 25, 62, 184, 539, 559, 563
Abolition (see Antislavery movement)
Academy of the Holy Names ( Albany), 195
Accord, 404
Acker, Wolfert, 599
Acra, 410
Adams, 525
Adams, George Washington, 550
Adams, Samuel Hopkins, 150
Adelphi College, 19
Adirondack Club, 514
Adirondack: Cottage Sanatorium, 514; Fish Hatchery, 520; Forest Preserve, 554; Guides Association, 497; League Club, 494; Lodge, 509; Mountain Club, 511, 630; State Park, 44, 47, 490, 499, 554
Adirondack Mountains, 4, 14-17, 34, 96-7, 143, 157, 159, 185, 342, 418, 460, 488-97, 505-9, 611, 624, 629
Adirondack Tales, 498
Adirondacks, The (poem), 555
Adirondacks, The, or Life in the Woods, 14
Adler, Felix, 511
Adler and Sullivan, 173
Adodarhoh, 50
Adventist Church, 130
Adventures in the Wilderness, 498
Afton, 452
Agassiz, Louis, 445, 514
Agfa-Ansco Corp., 203, 205
Agricultural Insurance Co., 524
Agriculture, 10-13, 86-91; U.S. Department of, 630, 641; and Markets, New York State Department of, 12, 91
Agriculture, New York State College of (Cornell), 242; State Experiment Station ( Geneva), 11, 90, 432; State Schools: Alfred, 662; Canton, 521; Cobleskill, 449, Delhi, 502; Farmingdale, 704; Morrisville, 422
Ahwagah Hotel (Owego), 388
Aiden Lair Lodge, 495
Akin, Albert J., 545
Akron, 474
Alasa Farm, 653
Albani, Madam, 162
Albany, 10, 20-1, 58-62, 65, 70, 75, 91, 95-7, 100-1, 103, 105, 123, 128, 133, 136, 138, 150, 152-6, 159-60, 162-3, 169-74, 181-97, 317-19, 354, 483, 540, 573, 661; airport, 561;port of, 10, 85, 176, 197, 563;Argus, 136-7, 185, 565; Congress ( 1754), 61, 184; County, 16, 22, 59, 561; Courthouse, 191; diocese, 129; Evening Journal, 137, 185, 410; Gazette, 135, 152; Jeffersonian, 137; Post Road, 620; Regency, 70, 137, 185, 415, 566; Register, 136; Rural Cemetery, 627; Times-Union, 138
Albany and Delaware Turnpike, 444
Albany & Susquehanna R.R., 82, 450
Albany-Schenectady Turnpike, 76
Albion, 673; State Training School, 122
Albright, John Joseph, 220; Art Gallery ( Buffalo), 220
Alden, 436
Alden, Isabelle McDonald, 149, 680
Alder Creek, 499
Alexander, 436
Alexanderson, E.F.W., 321
Alexandria Bay, 638
Alfred, 662; Seminary, 127; Station, 662
Alfred University, 19-20, 133, 662; State College of Ceramics, 131, 662; State School of Agriculture, 662
Algonquins, 50, 54-5, 427-8
Allegany (village), 391; County, 88, 390; Indian Reservation, 391; State Park, 16, 47, 392
Allegheny Plateau, 34, 420, 453
Allegheny River, 16, 680
Allen, Ahaz, 684
Allen, Ebenezer ('Indian'), 112, 288
Allen, Ethan, 64, 540, 551, 641
Allen, Henry, 695; Grist Mill, 695
Allen, Lewis F., 89
Allen, Mary Penn, 168
Allen and Collens, 284
Allen, Pelton, and Collens, 264
Allied Chemical & Dye Corp., 470
Alpine Gorge, 622
Alton, 649
Alvord, Thomas G., 330, 332

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xv
  • Maps xix
  • General Information xxi
  • Calendar of Annual Events xxvii
  • The General Background 1
  • Cities and Special Points of Interest 179
  • Tours 377
  • Appendices 717
  • Bibliography 729
  • Index 741
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