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Author Title Genre  %
Francis W. Halsey The Old New York Frontier History 30
James Fenimore Cooper The Deerslayer Novel 100
James Fenimore Cooper The Pioneers Novel 100
James Fenimore Cooper The Oak Openings Novel 25
James Fenimore Cooper The Chronicles of Cooperstown History 80
Harold Frederic The Mohawk Valley During the Revolution History 100
Various contributors History of Edmeston, New York History 99
George Washington Remarks History 100
Joseph Rodman Drake The Culprit Fay Poem 100
E.B. O'Callaghan, M.D. The Documentary History of the State of New York History 2
Nathaniel Lord Britton
    & Addison Brown
An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States,
    Canada and the British Possessions
Botany 2
Lucien M. Underwood The geological formations crossed by the Syracuse and Chenango Valley Railroad Geology 100
Lucien M. Underwood Our native ferns and their allies (1900) Botany 10
Lucien M. Underwood The progress of our knowledge of the flora of North America (1907) Botany 90
Botanical Gazette Botany
Lucien M. Underwood "North American Hepaticæ" Botany 100
Lucien M. Underwood "Schweinitz and American Hepaticæ" Botany 100
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club Botany
John Hendley Barnhart "The published work of Lucien Marcus Underwood" Botany 100
Lucien M. Underwood Aspidium marginale Swartz Botany 100
Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Science
Lucien M. Underwood "The distribution of Hepaticæ of North America" Botany 10
The American Naturalist Botany
Geo. E. Devenport "Aspidium spinulosum (Swartz) and its varieties" Botany 100
The Fern Bulletin Botany
Lucien M. Underwood "A changed conception of species" Botany 100

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Notes[edit]

I started the slow process of scanning and placing Francis W. Halsey's 1901 history, The Old New York Frontier, into Wikisource. It's likely to be a long-term project, as I'm sure I'll get side-tracked by the various topics.

I put James Fenimore Cooper's novel, The Pioneers, into Wikisource. There are already many copies of the book on line, but none have been too well proof-read -- they have lots of OCR errors, which I'm trying to fix as I go along. I assume that most come from the same source -- probably project Gutenberg. Most of the on-line versions are apparently from the 1832 edition of the book, which has a lot of minor deletions an rewordings as compared to the 1823 edition. See Talk:The Pioneers for the sources.

I also included James Fenimore Cooper's The Deerslayer

I recently ported over the History of Edmeston, New York article from Wikipedia. It's all here, but there were a lot of links to other Wikipedia articles that need to be fixed, so there is a lot of red on most of the pages. There are also a lot of pictures that I plan to include that were not in the Wikipedia version.

The Mohawk Valley During the Revolution -- added 31 December 2005 (UTC)


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