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A Sketch Of The History Of Oneonta

Auhtor: Dudley Campbell

Language: english

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Review by A. Dent, December 2010


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Excerpts from the Book 'A Sketch Of The History Of Oneonta':

... Making a dam across the outlet of the lake, Sullivan succeeded in causing the water of the lake to rise considerably above the common level, when ...
... marked with rare beauty of scenery, Each boatman bending to his oar, With measured sweep the burden bore, and with the advance ...
... commerce extends itself as far as the lakes of Canada and the Sinnekes Country in which is the Susquehannah River. It appears that the ownership ...
... my scholars, and frequently delivered a discourse to the children. This quotation may serve to show what kind of man this early missionary ...
... savages was seldom followed to any considerable distance and consequently but little knowledge concerning the valley was derived by the settlers ...
... Schramling moved back to the Mohawk for greater security. After the war he with his brothers, George and David, returned to the Susquehanna. It is ...
... of the late Peter and John Van Woert, came from Albany and settled on the farm lately owned by his son Peter, near the mouth of the Otego Creek. ...
... and in this way raised a numerous family amid the woods, in a half starved condition, and comparative nakedness. But as the Susquehanna country ...
... where hidden by the creator, along the whole nervous system, but resting chiefly in the brain, whence it glared, in bright horror, from the burning ...
... steps or under the low Dutch stoops and talked of the incoming crops, the weather or the watery moon. The forests, all over the hillsides, where ...
... night for lodging. The more sumptuous and less economical might, if they chose, diminish their exchequer to the amount of an extra sixpence by indulging ...
... Harbor and Oswego, while others did good service at Lundy's Lane and the Heights of Queenstown. But few of those veterans yet remain to tell ...
... Greene county, when quite young. From the latter place he removed to Oneonta in 1822, he then being twenty-five years of age. He at once embarked ...
... in payment. Oneonta, Sept. 17, 1840. R.W. HOPKINS A Card Executed at the office of the Oneonta Weekly Journal with ...
... { Amos Cook. Sealer of weights and measures, Eliakim R. Ford. { Beers Peet, Pound-masters { Joseph Walling, ...
... project and at the same time drew up a notice of a meeting to be held in Oneonta for the purpose of enlisting the interest of capitalists in the ...
... direction. With the multiplication of industries, and the introduction of new ones, calling for the outlay of more capital and the employment of ...
... he had not silver enough to make the buckles. Two or three of the Indians left suddenly, and after having been absent a short time, returned, bringing ...
... principal, and his labor is shared by competent assistants. The business industries and enterprises of the village consist of a number of large ...
... Fund, 49,000.00 Amount of Deposits reported for Quarter ending October 2, 1883, $452,948.10. While the business of this Bank is ...