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Bibliography of New York (state)

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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.

General reference

  • Eisenstadt, Peter, ed. (2005). The Encyclopedia of New York State. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press. ISBN 0-8156-0808-X.
  • Livermore, Garet D. "Revisiting “The Cooperstown Idea”: The Evolution of the New York State Historical Association." Public Historian 33.3 (2011): 70-89


General history

Colonial times

Specialty topics

  • Baker, Paula. The Moral Frameworks of Public Life: Gender, Politics, and the State in Rural New York, 1870-1930 (1991)
  • Bernstein, Peter L. Wedding of the Waters: The Erie Canal and the Making of a Great Nation (2005).
  • Boles, James M. When There Were Poor Houses: Early Care in Rural New York 1808-1950 (2011)
  • Cross, Whitney R. The Burned-over District; the social and intellectual history of enthusiastic religion in western New York, 1800-1850 (1950) online
  • Goodier, Susan. No votes for women: the New York state anti-suffrage movement (U of Illinois Press, 2012).
  • Gunn, L. Ray. "The Crisis of Authority in the Antebellum States: New York, 1820-1860." Review of Politics 41.2 (1979): 273-297 online.
  • Fein, Michael R. Paving the way: New York road building and the American State, 1880-1956 (UP of Kansas, 2008).
  • Haydon, Roger, ed. Upstate travels : British views of nineteenth-century New York (1982) online
  • Johnson, Curtis D. Islands of Holiness: Rural Religion in Upstate New York, 1790–1860 (2012)
  • Koeppel, Gerard. Bond of Union: Building the Erie Canal and the American Empire. (2009).
  • Norton, John R. "New York State Government and the Economy: 1819-1846." New York History 34.3 (1953): 298-314 online.
  • Plotch, Philip Mark. Politics Across the Hudson: The Tappan Zee Megaproject (Rutgers UP, 2018).
  • Sernett, Milton. North Star Country: Upstate New York and the Crusade for African American Freedom (2001).
  • Sowers, Don Conger. The financial history of New York State from 1789 to 1912 (1914) online.
  • Starr, Timothy. Railroad Wars of New York State (Arcadia, 2012).
  • Taft, Pauline Dakin. The happy valley; the elegant eighties in upstate New York (1965) online; heavily illustrated
  • Wellman, Judith. Grassroots Reform in the Burned-over District of Upstate New York: Religion, Abolitionism, and Democracy (2016)
  • Wilson, Edmund. Upstate: records and recollections of northern New York (1971) online

By municipality

By city



  • 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


By county

Rensselaer County


See also

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