Bibliography of New York (state)

The following is a bibliography of New York. New York is a U.S. state in the Mid-Atlantic region of the Northeastern United States. New York is commonly known as the "Empire State" and sometimes the "Excelsior State". It is the nation's third most populous state at over 19 million people. The capital of the state is Albany and its most populous city is New York City. New York is often referred to as New York State to distinguish it from New York City.

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New Netherland[edit]

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  • Borchert, James, and Susan Borchert. "Downtown, Uptown, Out of Town: Diverging Patterns of Upper-Class Residential Landscapes in Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland, 1885-1935." Social Science History 26.2 (2002): 311-346.
  • Gerber, David A. The Making of an American Pluralism: Buffalo, New York, 1825-60 (U of Illinois Press, 1989)
  • Goldman, Mark. High hopes: The rise and decline of Buffalo, New York (Suny Press, 1983)

Saratoga Springs[edit]


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Rensselaer County[edit]



  • Curran, Robert Emmett, ed. Shaping American Catholicism: Maryland and New York, 1805-1915 (2012) excerpt and text search

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