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Binghamton, Its Settlement, Growth and Development

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Binghamton, Its Settlement, Growth and Development

  • by William Summer Lawyer (1833?-1917)
  • published by Century Memorial Publishing Company, Binghamton, NY, 1900
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Table of Contents

  • Chapter I. Binghamton, its settlement, growth, and development
  • Chapter II. French influence among the Indians...
  • Chapter III. Before the Revolution...
  • Chapter IV. Reminiscences of the Revolution, with a roll of honor showing the names of patriots of that war who afterward settled in Broome County...
  • Chapter V. The land titles...
  • Chapter VI. Earliest settlers in the vicinity of Binghamton...
  • Chapter VII. County organization and civil history--civil list
  • Chapter VIII. Reminiscences of early life and settlement in Binghamton
  • Chapter IX. Settlement--early business men
  • Chapter X. Village organization and municipal history
  • Chapter XI. City buildings and departments of municipal government
  • Chapter XII. The Binghamtom fire department
  • Chapter XIII. Educational
  • Chapter XIV. Internal improvements
  • Chapter XV. Public institutions
  • Chapter XVI. Banking institutions
  • Chapter XVII. The bench and the bar
  • Chapter XVIII. The medical profession
  • Chapter XIX. The Binghamton Press
  • Chapter XX. Industrial Binghamton
  • Chapter XXI. Societies--secret, social and benevolent
  • Chapter XXII. Ecclesiastical history
  • Chapter XXIII. Cemeteries
  • Chapter XXIV. The War of 1861-65
  • Chapter XXV. The Spanish-American War...
  • Chapter XXVI. The town of union, and its incorporated villages, union and Lestershire
  • Chapter XXVII. The town of Chenango
  • Chapter XXVIII. The town of Lisle
  • Chapter XXIX. The town of Binghamton
  • Chapter XXX. The twon of Nanticoke
  • Chapter XXXI. The town of Colesville
  • Chapter XXXII. The town of Maine
  • Chapter XXXIII. The town of Vestal
  • Chapter XXXIV. The town of Windsor
  • Chapter XXXV. The town of Triangle
  • Chapter XXXVII. The town of Fenton
  • Chapter XXXVI. The town of Barker
  • Chapter XXXVIII. The town of Sanford
  • Chapter XXXIX. The town of Conklin
  • Chapter XL. The town of Kirkwood
  • Chapter XLI. The town of Dickinson
  • Chapter XLII. Ecclesiastical
  • Part II. Factors in Binghamton history
  • Factors in Broome County history
  • Index

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