New York's part in history / by Sherman Williams Williams, Sherman, 1846-1923

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Williams, Sherman, 1846-1923
New York (State) -- History; New York (State)
  • The Indians of New York.
  • Sir William Johnson and the Iroquois confederacy.
  • The struggle for supremacy.
  • New York under the Dutch.
  • The manor of Rensaelaerswyck.
  • New York as an English colony.
  • Albany as a colonial center.
  • Indian trails.
  • New York in the revolution.
  • New York in the border wars.
  • Burgoyne's invasion.
  • Sullivan's expedition.
  • Alexander Hamilton and the federal Constitution.
  • Robert R. Livingston and the Louisana purchase.
  • William H. Seaward and the purchase of Alaska.
  • The Erie canal and the commercial supremacy of the state of New York.
  • Andrew Sloan Draper and the public school system of the state of New York.
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