HUDSON CROSSROADS: A Documentary Narrative of Three Centuries in Upper New York

By: Sears, Mary Hun

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NY: Exposition Press, (1954).. (1954).. Very good. - 8vo, green cloth (bumped; small area of rubbing to rear cover) titled in black, in dw (chipped & lightly soiled; dw spine faded; small stains to rear panel). 568 pp. Green & cream endpaper maps. Very good.

First edition.

A historical novel, "based upon the author's exhaustive research of countless original historical documents, letters, journals and other sources", this book "presents the true story of the Province of New York: the discovery of the Hudson River Valley; the settlement of the original Dutch; the persistent and violent efforts of the Indians and French to seize the hard-earned land from the Dutch...and the thrilling victory of the common men of New York in their struggle to wrest the colony from the tyranny of the English, and to establish it as part of the free united states of America."--From the dw. Dust jacket present. First Edition.

Title: HUDSON CROSSROADS: A Documentary Narrative of Three Centuries in Upper New York

Author Name: Sears, Mary Hun

Categories: New York State,

Publisher: NY: Exposition Press, (1954).: (1954).

Book Condition: Very good

Seller ID: 2147

Keywords: NEW YORK STATE; HUDSON RIVER VALLEY; HUDSON RIVER; ALBANY; DUTCH; FRENCH; INDIANS; PHILIP SCHUYLER; PIONEERS; REVOLUTIONARY WAR; LITERATURE; NOVEL; HISTORICAL NOVEL; DOCUMENTARY NOVEL; MARY HUN SEARS; FIRST EDITION; 1ST EDITION.