I’ll be at the Ulster County Historical Society on Sunday, August 24, from noon till 3.
Hope to see you there! (If you’re in the UK or Santa Fe, NM, you’re excused.)
Nicholas, Douglas (MC1964)
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Ulster County Historical Society Presents
Meet our Local History Authors Sunday, August 24 12-3pm
The authors we brought together have written novels or non-fiction historic material, pertaining to the history of the Hudson Valley and particularly Ulster County. Authors will be giving brief readings of their chosen titles and an opportunity to talk with them afterward. Books will be available for sale throughout the event.
Myra Armstead, Freedom’s Gardener: James F. Brown, Horticulture, and the Hudson Valley in Antebellum America
Vernon Benjamin’s new book, The History of the Hudson Valley: FromWilderness to the Civil War
Carol Goodman, several literary mysteries involving the Hudson Valley, for young adult and adults; Blythewood, The Drowning Tree, The Seduction of Water
Richard Heppner, Legendary Locals of Woodstock Janine Fallon-Mower, Woodstock, Woodstock Revisited Douglas Nicholas, historical fantasy: Something Red, The Wicked
Will Nixon, Walking Woodstock, The Pocket Guide to Woodstock
William Rhoads, two guides to historic architecture in Kingston & Ulster County, Ulster County, New York: The Architectural History & Guide, Kingston, New York: The Architectural Guide
Hudson Talbott, children’s books, River of Dreams
Christine Wade, Seven Locks: A Novel, a Dutch-American woman fights her own war of
independence as the American Revolution approaches the Hudson Valley.
A.J. Schenkman and Elizabeth Werlau, Murder & Mayhem in Ulster County by both authors, Wicked Ulster County: Tales of Desperadoes, Gangs and More by
A.J. Schenkman (both published by The History Press)
Entry is free. Books will be available for purchase.