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Central New York, An Inland Empire

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Central New York, An Inland Empire

Comprising Oneida, Madison, Onondaga, Cayuga, Tompkins, Cortland, Chenango counties and their people

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Table of Contents

Volume I
Chapter 1:The Geography of Central New York
Chapter II Man Makes His Appearance
Chapter III The Rise and Fall of the Iroquois
Chapter IV The Iroquois at Home
Chapter V The Lily Banners of France
Chapter VI The Duel for Empire
Chapter VII Under the Stars and Stripes
Chapter VIII The Tide of Migration
Chapter IX Life on the Frontier
Chapter X Political Organization
Chapter XI Onondaga County
Chapter XII Madison County
Chapter XIII Oneida County
Chapter XIV Tompkins County
Chapter XV Chenango County
Chapter XVI Cortland County
Chapter XVII Cayuga County
Chapter XVIII The War of 1812
Chapter XIX Indian Reservations and Place Names
Volume II
Chapter I Transportation and Communication
Chapter II Population Trends
Chapter III The Role of the Farmer
Chapter IV Country Life
Chapter V Urban Development
Chapter VI The Advent of the Factory System
Chapter VII Social Aspects
Chapter VIII Church and Chapel
Chapter IX Early Reforming Activities
Chapter X Communal and Secret Societies
Chapter XI Abolition in Central New York
Chapter XII Politics and Parties—1816-1860
Chapter XIII The Civil War
Chapter XIV Political Activity—1860-1900
Chapter XV Humanitarian Efforts
Chapter XVI Educational Activities
Chapter XVII Bench and Bar
Chapter XVIII Central New York's Press
Volume III
Chapter I The Turn of the Century
Chapter II Our Public School System
Chapter III Higher Learning
Chapter IV Agriculture in the Present Age
Chapter V Modern Trends in Industry
Chapter VI Political Activity
Chapter VII Bench and Bar
Chapter VIII Railroads and Canals
Chapter IX Transportation and Communication
Chapter X Religious Trends
Chapter XI Central New York's Press
Chapter XII The Medical Profession
Chapter XIII Libraries and Authors
Chapter XIV Theater and Stage
Chapter XV Music and Art
Chapter XVI Social Welfare
Chapter XVII The Spanish-American and World Wars
Chapter Appendix
Volume IV
Index: p.519


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  • <span id='Galpin'>Galpin, William Freeman.''[[Space: Central New York, An Inland Empire| Central New York, An Inland Empire]]'' (Lewis Historical Publishing Co., Inc, New York, 1941), Vol. , [ Page ].
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