The Orange County, New York Histories book collection is a group of 20 books that detail the history of Orange County - primarily in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the books are illustrated; showcasing specific events relating to key points in the history and development of Orange County during this period as well as details of some of its most important and influential figures.
All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.
- Orange County; a history (1922) - 28 pages
- A history of Deerpark in Orange County, N.Y. (1890) - Gumaer, Peter E. - 218 pages
- History of the town of New Windsor, Orange County, N.Y. (1911) - Ruttenber, Edward Manning - 259 pages
- Middletown, the metropolis of Orange County (1910) - 64 pages
- The history of Orange County, New York (1908) - Headley, Russel - 1249 pages
- Inscriptions on stones, monuments and tombs in the burying ground at Little Britain, Orange County, N.Y. October 1, 1909 : presented by George Hamilton Morrison, Montgomery, Orange County, N.Y (1909) - Morrison, George Hamilton - 35 pages
- Sketches of some of the prominent members of the Orange County bar (1917) - Anthony, Walter Case - 217 pages
- History of the county, of Orange: with a history of the town and city of Newburgh: (1875) - Ruttenber, Edward Manning - 470 pages
- The Goodwill memorial, or, The first one hundred and fifty years of the Goodwill Presbyterian Church : Montgomery, Orange Co., N.Y. (1880) - Dickson, James Milligan - 182 pages
- The Preston genealogy, Orange County branch, and the life sketch of the compiler, David C. Preston (1913) - Preston, David C. (David Christie) - 51 pages
- A history of the Minisink region : which includes the present towns of Minisink, Mount Hope, Greenville and Wawayanda, in Orange County, New York ; from their organization and first settlement to the present time ; also, including a general history of the first settlement of the county (1867) - Stickney, Charles E - 222 pages
- Legends of the Shawangunk (Shon-Gum) and its environs, including historical sketches, biographical notices, and thrilling border incidents and adventures relating to those portions of the counties of Orange, Ulster and Sullivan lying in the Shawangunk region (1887) - Smith, Philip H. (Philip Henry) - 203 pages
- Portrait and biographical record of Rockland and Orange Counties, New York. Containing portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the counties. Together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States [Volume 2 Only] (1895) - 783 pages
- Brief history of the Presbyterian Church in the village of Montgomery, Orange Co., New York : together with a list of the members, and the Articles of Faith and Covenant of the Church (1890) - 59 pages
- Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church records (1913) - Vosburgh, Royden Woodward - 412 pages
- History of Orange County, New York (1881) - Ruttenber, Edward Manning; Clark, L. H. (Lewis H.) - 1343 pages
- Portrait and biographical record of Orange county, New York, Containing portraits and biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county. Together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States (1895) - 1552 pages
- An outline history of Orange County : with an enumeration of the names of its towns, villages, rivers, creeks, lakes, ponds, mountains, hills and other known localities and their etymologies or historical reasons therefor ; together with local traditions and short biographical sketches of early settlers, etc. (1846) - Eager, Samuel W. (Samuel Watkins) - 668 pages
- Middletown [N.Y.] its representative business men, and points of interest (1893) - Bailey, W. F. - 84 pages
- History of the town of Newburgh (1859) - Ruttenber, Edward Manning - 363 pages
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