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INDEX OF CATEGORIES
African Americans
Architecture
Biography and Genealogy
Business and Industry
Conservation, Geology, Out-of-Doors
Crime and Courts and Government
Education
Health and Hospitals
Indians
Institutions, Societies, Lodges
Military Subjects
Miscellaneous
Music
Public Works, Utilities, Transportation
Religion
Towns and Villages
Wayne County, General

 

AFRICAN AMERICANS

55-3 The Underground Railroad
56-7 Migrant Labor
65-2 The Negro in Wayne County
70-5 The Road North
76 Got My Mo Jo Working
77 Williamson's Contribution to Three Great Movements (Underground RR)
78 The Continuing Struggle of the Black People in Wayne County
82-2 My Piece of the Rock: An Overview of Willie's Valley, East Williamson
83-3 The Ebony Cross: A Study of Southern Black Churches in Wayne County
85-3 The Herbert's - A Minority's Professional Point of View on Dentistry
01-5 Slavery in Our Backyard

ARCHITECTURE

55-1 Cobblestone Structures in Wayne County
62-2 Architectural History of the Wolcott Hotel
70-4 Good Templar Hall, North Rose
71-9 Vanishing Barns of Western Wayne County
73-1 Ten Pultneyville Homes, Their History and Architectural Details
82 The Octagon Was Not a Square
84 A Three Sided View: Cut Stone Houses in Wayne County
98-8 Preserving Our Heritage: An Architectural Study of Homes in Clyde
99-2 A Picture Perfect Past: An Architectural Study of Palmyra 1840-1900



BIOGRAPHY AND GENEALOGY
54-5 Dewey Gillette, Man and Legend
54-7 Jerry Collins, Sheriff of Wayne County
54-19 Penoyer and Whitbeck Families
55-2 The Caldwell Family of Marion
56-4 Pill Bag Pioneer (Dr. Pasco)
57-3 The York Family and York Settlement
57-6 The Living Memorials of Myron C. Taylor
57-7 Florentine Hendrick
58-1 VanRensselaer Richmond
58-11 The Forgotten Poetess, Mary Ashley Townsend
58-12 Three Wayne County Families (Armstrong, Jeffers, Harder)
58-22 A Forgotten Man (E.H. Harriman)
58-23 Evergreen Place, Life of Theron C. Yeomans
59-4 History of the Swales Family etc.
59-13 Let History Be Written (Augustus C. Hoffman and Foundation)
64-6 It All Started with Grandfather (Charles K. Knapp)
67-2 South Butler's Antoinette Brown
67-5 The Cyrus McCormick of Potato City (Clarence Bliss)
67-8 The Cuyler Family
68-6 James R. Hickey, the First to Die
69-2 Katherine Olmstead and the Normandy Inn
71-1 A Biographical Sketch of Myron C. Taylor
71-2 With These Hands (William Kallusch)
71-4 Going the 4-H Way (Merle C. Cunningham)
71-10 Rear Admiral William Thomas Sampson
72-7 War Hero in a Wheelchair, the Story of Lacey M. Ward
73-8 His Spirit Lives On (Leslie Blake)
74-5 Portrait of the Wadsworth Family
74 A Small Town Doctor (Dr. Stuck, Wolcott)
74 James Dunning: A Williamson Institution
74 Andrew S. Schuler (Schuler potato chips, Cato)
74 George Giroux, Father, Teacher, Entertainer
77-6 Portrait & Influence of a Country Doctor (Dr. Esley, Walworth)
77 Seth Cole Jr.: An Artist of Rare Ability
78 Pliny Titus Sexton
78 Last of A Species (Dr. Pulvino of Clyde)
78 The Stow Family (Clyde)
79-3 The Griffith: A First Family from Palmyra
79-2 Mother Brock's Home Away From Home, Broekhuizen Inn, Williamson
81 The Allerton Family, 1586-1981
81 Daniel Dorsey, Lyons' Tamer
81 Wayne's Honored Son: The Life of Charles Terry Saxton
82 Emerald Acres, A Farm and Its People (Palmer family)
George W. Cuyler and Family of Palmyra
A Woman Before Her Era; Mildred Frick Taylor
One Man's Dream (Garlock)
Life of Captain Horatio Nelson Throop
83-5 The Hoffman Foundation: The Legend Lives On
83 Lyman Bickford, A Man Behind A Town
The Beautiful Walker House & Its Illustrious Inhabitants (Palmyra)
Moll Farms, Williamson
The Teeter Family Homes on Smith Hill Road and Hall Center (Marion)
84 The Packart Homestead: An Exemplum of the Times
84 The Stuart Story: A Family Tradition
85-3 The Herberts - A Minority's Professional Point of View on Dentistry
85 Kate Starr Rogers: Growing Up a Century Ago
86 I am the Gould To Stark Home: The Land and Its People
86 The Cornwall Farm
86 The Changes of the Abbott House
86 The Restaurants of Charles Mangos
87 Reflections: The Phelps and Their Store
87 George Becker: A Hard Working Centenarian
88 Kircher & Associates, A Dream Turns Into Reality in Pultneyville
88 Chester Peters - More Than A "Maker of Tall Clocks and Teller of Tall Tales"
88 Charles Pease, Pioneer Farmer-Pioneer Inventor
89-1 Lisette C. Hotchkiss Parshall: Early Activist for Women's Rights, 1840-1913
89 The Diaries of Henry Sabin
89 A Fine Old House at 817 North Main Street (Newark)
90 The McCreerys and Their Cemetery
92-1 Samuel Ledyard: A Portrait of a Pultneyville Pioneer
92-4 Bullis House: Home of a Notable family
92 The O'Neils: A Family's Experience
92 A Look Into a Neighbor's Window
93-4 Charles Reginald Jackson
93 The Lammes - Bakers of Ontario
93 The Colvin Family: A Wealth of Contributions to the County & State
93 Donald Messinger: The Man, The Tradition
94 The Home on the Corner (Urbanczyk, Ontario)
95-1 The Albright Family-Seven Generations In Wayne County
95 The Bills Family 1800-1967
95 The Clark Family: Pioneers of Sodus, NY
96-1 Brief Encounter (Horatio Throop Wilcox, Pultneyville)
96-5 The Houses on Whitney, Lincoln and Clevenger Roads
96 Wayne County Connection: The Vane and Warner Families
96 Freeman Hopkins
96 The Impact of the Fisher Family Farms Past to Present
96 The Family Farm (Eaton Family)
96 The Russell Homestead
97-1 The Stuber Blacksmith Shop: A Century of Ontario's History
97-2 A Family's Music (Sherwood Family, Lyons)
97-4 Orbaker Fruit Farm
97 Willits Family
98-2 The Espenmiller Family: A Look Back
98-3 The History Between Stone Walls (Riker Family)
98-9 The Hopkins Family Life Throughout the Years: 1806 - Present
98-11 Jane's Garden: Mrs. Gates' Gift (Gates)
98-13 The Amsler Family - Past and Present of a Growing Family of Agriculture.
99-4 An Extraordinary Family Quarrel: Minnie Lovett Sprague vs. Laura L. Lovett
99 The Life of A Legend (Perry Don Messinger)
99 Dr. Myron E. Carmer - Pioneering Wayne County Medicine
99 The Lakestone Baker Homestead
99 P.J. Radiator
00-1 Griffith Cooper, Williamson's Fighting Quaker
00-17 Sibyl Eugenia Phelps: A Woman Ahead of Her Time
00-19 George M. Elton: A Photographer for the Ages
00-24 The History of the Wooster Farms
01-1 Memories of the Heart: The Story of the Fox Family (Newark)
01-2 The Pearsalls: Lives of Yesterday, Lessons for Today
01-3 Horace Eaton: The Man Behind the Ministry
02-1 World War II - One Veteran's Story (Harold Secor)
02-9 The Rockland Fruit Farm: A History (Edmonds)
03-1 Antoinette Brown Blackwell and South Butler: A Progressive Union
03-2 A Tribute to a Pearl Harbor Survivor
03-4 Marvin E. Decker: A Leader and A Friend
 
 
 


BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

54-3 Apple Evaporating
54-4 H.G. Hotchkiss Co., Peppermint Oil
54-16 Roses, Jackson and Perkins
54-17 Forgotten Industries of Clyde
54-20 Industries of Clyde
54-21 Commercial Enterprises, Newark
55-10 Grange Silo Company, Inc.
55-12 Comstock Foods Inc.
55-17 Apple Drying Industry
56-1 Iron Ore Mining in Ontario
56-11 Kordite Manufacturing Company
56-13 Lime Kilns of Wayne County
58-2 Walworth Business Places
58-3 Wolcott Area Mills
58-22 E. H. Harriman (Railroad and Iron Ore)
59-2 Sodus Point Industries
59-4 Sodus Fruit Farm
59-5 Iron Ore Industry
59-14 Clyde Glass Works
61-2 Banking in Wayne County
61-3 The Art of Cooperage
61-6 Potato Farming in Wayne County
61-12 The Community Newspapers, Red Creek
63-2 History of Iron Industry, Eastern Wayne County
63-3 The Flag Salt Remedy Company
64-1 Cheese Manufacturing in Lincoln
64-3 Comstock Foods
64-5 You Mean There Were Industries in South Butler?
64-6 Knapp's Drug Store (Sodus)
65-1 A Survey of the Peppermint Industry in Wayne County
65-5 The Gristmills and Sawmills in Old Wolcott
65-7 H.C. Hemingway Company
65-8 Fruit Farming in Town of Huron
65-11 The Flowering of a Business (Jackson and Perkins Roses)
66-2 Apple Industry in North Rose
66-3 The Mills of Salmon Creek
66-5 The Ice Industry
67-1 The Brookwood Project, Ontario
67-5 Potato Harvester
67-6 The Canning Factory, Mainstay of Red Creek
68-3 Industries in Red Creek
68-4 Bear Creek Harbor, Iron Ore Shipping Point
68-8 Pre-World War I Newspapers
69-2 Katherine Olmsted and the Normandy Inn
69-6 Tobacco Production in Wayne County
71-2 With These Hands (William Kallusch)
72-2 A History of the Coal Trestle at Sodus Point
73-2 A Legend In Its Own Time, the History of the Wolcott Falls Mills
73-3 Food Processing in Williamson
73-6 An Old Time General Store, Then and Now (East Williamson Mercantile)
74-3 Down Along the Old Mill Stream (Pultneyville area)
74 The Lake Shore News
74 James Dunning: A Williamson Institution (banking)
74 Andrew S. Schuler (Schuler potato /chips, Cato)
75-4 The Pultneyville Shipping Industry of the 1800's
76-1 Cherries, Chops and Confectioneries: 3 Family Business of Williamson
76-2 Apples - Then, Now and Forever
76-3 Horse Drawn Farm Machinery in Wayne County
76-3 The Apple Drying Industry
76 The History of Williamson's Drug Stores
76 Sarah Coventry, the Realization of A Dream
77 Topping Ladder, Over a Century of Quality Ladders
77 Modern Growth and Development of the Apple Portrayed Through A Williamson Apple Farm
77 Sunshine Every Thursday (Williamson Sun newspaper)
78-3 Urban Renewal, the Force that Changed the Complexion of Downtown Newark
78 On the Corner of Caroline and Lock Streets, Clyde, New York
78-6 The History of Specific Movie Theaters in Wayne County
79-1 The Growth of a Profession, Young Funereal Home, Williamson
79-2 Mother Brock's Home Away from Home, The Broekhuizen Inn, Williamson
79 History of the Telephone System in Williamson
81-1 Jackson & Perkins, the Rise and Fall of A Rose Empire
81-2 The Roots of Seneca Foods Corporation Eastern Division
81-3 From Main Street to the Moon: The Heluva Good Cheese Story
82 The Fishing Industry of Wayne County
Emerald Acres, A Farm and Its People
One Man's Dream (Garlock)
Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
83-4 The Largest Small Town Hardware (Williamson Hardware)
Lyman Bickford, A Man Behind a Town (Macedon)
The Moll Farms, Williamson
General Changes in Wayne County Farming
84 The Marion Enterprise: Nineteenth Century Journalism
85-5 The Corner Hardware in Palmyra
85-2 The Macedon Agricultural Works
86-5 The Secret of Butternut Street - The MacIntosh Company of Lyons
86 Muck Farming in Wayne County
88 The Farm of Wayne County - Past, Present and Future
90-3 The History of the Saxby Fur Ranch
90 The Grandin Building
92 The Walworth Mill & Homestead
92 The Wayne County Apple Industry Today
92 A Look in the Past: Hotel Wayne
92 Wegman's Egg Farm: Quality and Commitment
92 The Breen's Bells Markets
92 The History of Real Estate in Williamson
92 Before Hollywood Left Williamson
93-1 The Clyde Glass Works and Its Impact
93 The Palmyra Hotel's Changes Throughout the Many Years
94-1 The Pultneyville Hotel: Centenarian Shifting with the Sands of Time
94 Franke's Nursery - 56 Years of Tradition
95-5 Farming in Walworth: Sowing the Seeds of a Community
95 Brantling Ski Slopes
95 Apple Valley Speedway
95 Iron Ore Mining - Ontario
96-3 Dairy Farming in the Town of Galen
96-4 Potato Agriculture in Savannah: Past, Present and Future
96-6 Going Out of Business: Family Owned Businesses are Dying (Galen)
96 The Impact of the Fisher Family Farms Past to Present
96 Photography in Wayne County: Its Methods and Changes
96 The Family Farm (Eaton Family)
97-2 The Stuber Blacksmith Shop: A Century of Ontario's History
97-4 Orbaker Fruit Farm
98-11 The History of Carr's Jewelry and Appliance Store
98-12 19th Century Hotels in Village Along the Erie Canal
99-6 The Life of a Legend (Perry Don Messinger)
99 P.J. Radiator
00-3 The Opera House Behind the Curtain (Palmyra)
00-7 Mora for the Masses
00-12 11855 Armstrong Rd., Clyde (Christmas tree farm)
00-20 History of the Beach and Mahar Company
01-7 Paved Paradise and Put up a Parking Lot (Newark Businesses)

CONSERVATION, GEOLOGY, OUT-OF-DOORS

55-6 Wayne County, Garden Spot
56-14 Geography of Wayne County
58-14 History of Conservation
58-15 Drumlins
61-4 Zurich Bog
61-11 Fair Haven Beach State Park
62-1 Niagara Limestone in Western Wayne County
64-2 Chimney Bluffs State Park
69-1 Nature Observations on 50 Acres of Farmland
74 Time and Tide: Geological Evolution of Great Sodus Bay
75-2 A Brief Look at the Prehistory of Wayne County
76 The New Recreation Program of Fair Haven Beach State park
77-4 Lake Ontario and Wayne County
81 Climatology of Wayne County
88 Earthquakes - Affecting Wayne County (What to Expect)
91-1 Wildflowers: A Reflection on the Past
92-5 The Transitions of Little Sodus Bay
93 Wayne County's Writing of Recycling History
95-2 Water Quality Issues in Wayne County
97 Bear Creek Harbor Faces the Changes in Time
98-10 Jane's Garden: Mrs. Gates' Gift (Gates Family)
99-1 Northern Montezuma Wetlands Project: Savannah's Present Question
99-6 Swamp Thing (Wetlands)
99 The Galen-Lyons Joint Sanitary Landfill
00-2 Saving our Silvery Bay (Sodus Bay)
00-5 Savannah Evergreen Preserve: How One Man Affected the Local Area


CRIME and COURTS and GOVERNMENT

54-5 Dewey Gillette (Boot legging, Lake Ontario)
54-7 Jerry Collins, Sheriff of Wayne County
56-3 Edward Pullman Meets a Hero's Death
58-4 Hanged by the Neck etc. (Trial of William Fee)
58-13 Wayne County Children's Court
59-11 Jesse James Outdone (Oliver Curtis Perry)
62-6 Who Slew the Warren Family?
63-10 Wayne County's Law Enforcement System
65-6 Wayne County Sheriff's Department
71-8 Whiskey Stills in the Town of Walworth
71-11 75th Anniversary of a Brutal Axe Murder by Farm-Hand Near Red Creek, New York
76 Williamson Town Government
78-1 The Elimination of a Stigma: the Evolution of the Wayne County Nursing Home and Health
Related Facility
78 The Transformation of #5-11 to #7 to #4100 East Main Street, Williamson, NY
(Williamson town government)
83 Decisions of the Williamson Town Board: The Halldow Years
92-2 Wayne County Surrogate's Court
95 History of the Wayne County Court House
99 The Wayne County Court House and Jail
01-10 A Murder Mystery; Satanism: Method or Myth? ( Palmyra)
02-6 Innocent; the Wrong Verdict - The Murder of Harry Sampson (Macedon)
02-8 The Creation and History of the Wayne County Jail
03-6 Murder in a Small Town (Red Creek - Betty P. Schrader murder)

 

EDUCATION

54-11 Education in Arcadia Township
55-5 Sodus Schools (Tune of the Hickory Stick)
55-7 Schools in Village of Marion
55-15 Leavenworth Central School, Wolcott
56-5 The Newark Library
56-9 School Days in Red Creek District
56-15 History of Education in Palmyra
58-9 History of Macedon Academy
58-18 Wayne County Library System
59-12 Early Wayne County Educational Institutions
61-10 History of Schools in Town of Wolcott
62-3 Memoirs of Walworth Academy
62-5 One Room School in Wolcott
64-7 Centralization and Super Centralization
65-3 Education in Williamson
65-10 The Red Creek Library
66-1 History of Education in Lyons
67-4 Board of Cooperative Educational Services
68-10 Mental Retardation (Newark State School)
69-4 Wolcott Civic Free Library
70-7 School District Reorganization
71-6 Within These Hallowed Halls, A History of Wolcott's Schools
72-3 Walk Together, Talk Together, the American Field Service Program in Lyons
74-1 The Evolution of an Ideal: the History of the Origin and Purposes of the Newark State School
75 The Red Creek Union Academy Lives On
75 The Thompson School House (Red Creek)
77 Centralization of Williamson Rural School Districts
77 The Williamson Free Public Library and the Williamson Central School Library
78-5 On the Corner of Caroline and Lock Streets, Clyde, NY
78 Schoolhouses to Centralization: the Early Years of Education in Clyde
79 The American Field Service, 1914-1979
81 Williamson Union Free School District Number Two 1876-1930
81 The Little Red School House Past and Present
81 A Need Fulfilled: The Birth of a Library (Palmyra)
83 Marion's Library: The Past
The Wayne County Occupational Center
Evolution of Marion Education From 1856-1946
The Stonepile Then & Now (Pultneyville)
84 Williamson Central: The (R) Evolution of a School System
84 Tales, Triumphs and Tribulations of Marion's District Schools
87 Wayne Finger Lakes Tutorial Program
87 The Wayne Central Board of Education, Conflict and Controversy
88 One Family's Perspective of Twentieth Century Education in Savannah, NY
90 What Price for Education: The Red Creek Central School District Reorganization Plan of 1979
90 NACEL Cultural Exchanges - A Portrait of a Success
92 Education in Walworth: From Rural Schools to Centralization
93 The Untold Story of District 14 (Ontario)
94 The History Behind our Ontario School Districts
94 Brief History of the Wayne County Teachers Association
97-2 A Family's Music (Sherwood Family/Lyons Music Academy)
98-4 East Palmyra Christian School: Fifty Years of Christian Education
99 Palmyra-Macedon Central School District: The Beginning of an Era
00-9 History of St. Michael's School
00-23 Lakeside School District #1
02-3 Koetsville - The Epicenter of a Community (Williamson, one room schoolhouse, dist. 1)


HEALTH and HOSPITALS

55-4 Myers Community Hospital
55-11 Hospitals of Wayne County
56-4 Pill Bag Pioneer, the 19th Century M.D.
56-8 The Health Services of Wayne County
58-21 History of the Hospitals of Wayne County
63-5 Growth of Community Health Service
63-8 Newark Hospital
74-1 The Evolution of an Ideal: the History of the Origin and Purpose of the Newark State School
74-2 The History of the Lyons Hospitals, 1899-1973
74 A Small Town Doctor (Dr. Stuck, Wolcott)
75 Medical Offices in Transition Northern Wayne County Area
77-6 Portrait and Influence of a Country Doctor (Dr. Esley, Walworth)
77 Volunteer Services for and by the Senior Citizens of Wayne County
77-5 Williamson Volunteer Ambulance Service Inc.
78-1 The Elimination of a Stigma: the Evolution of the Wayne County Nursing Home and Health Related Facility
78-2 The Coming of Age of the Mentally, Physically and Financially Deprived in Wayne County: 1825 - 1978
78-6 The History of Myers Community Hospital
99 The Changing Face of the Medical Profession in Lyons, NY
99 The Development of a Department of Health in Wayne County
99 Tuberculosis in Wayne County: 1900-1999


INDIANS

55-16 Indians in Wayne County
58-6 Indians in Wayne County
58-20 Indian Legends of New York State
65-12 Iroquois in Wayne County
02-12 A Dying Fire: Wayne County's American Indian History
03-5 Indians of Wayne County


INSTITUTIONS, SOCIETIES, LODGES

55-9 Palmyra Fair
58-8 Democratic Party in Palmyra
58-19 Palmyra-Macedon Future Farmer of America
59-7 Civil Defense
59-8 Free Masonry
62-7 Fifty Years of Girl Scouting
63-4 Wayne County Fair
65-4 Clyde Grange
68-2 History of Lyons Fire Department
69-3 History of Clyde Fire Department
70-3 To Make the Best Better (4-H)
70-8 Lionism in Wolcott
71-4 Going the 4-H Way (Merle Cunningham)
725 Number One
74 Palmyra Fire Department
75 History of the Great Palmyra Fair
77 History of Pultneyville Fire Company
77-5 Williamson Volunteer Ambulance Service Inc.
78 The Grange Movement in Wayne County
79 The American Field Service, 1914-1979
79 History of the Sodus Bay Heights Golf Club
82 Rotary International
Ray DeSmith Chapter, Order of DeMolay
83-5 The Hoffman Foundation: The Legend Live On
83-6 Wayne County Chapter of the American National Red Cross
84 A Grand Old Party Still - The History of the Williamson Republican Party
85 Walk Together, Talk Together: AFS in Lyons 1972-1985
86-1 The Chautauqua Movement in Williamson
89 The History of Troop 126, Ontario, NY; From 1912-1988
90 Going to the Wayne County Fair
91-4 A History of Ontario Golf Club
92-6 The Newark Grange
92 The Wayne County Humane Society
93 Getting it Done: Women's Organizations in Palmyra
93 The Red Creek Protective Fire Company
97 The Ontario Rod and Gun Club
98-5 SBYC - Then and Now (Sodus Bay Yacht Club)
98-6 The History of the Ninth New York Heavy Artillery and the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil
War
00-8 Organization in Wayne County …..Endangered Species
01-11 The Farmer and the Grange: The Palmyra Grange No. 123 and Related Organizations
02-14 Time and Technology: Rehousing the Williamson Fire Company, 1936-1977-


MILITARY SUBJECTS

54-8 Battle of Sodus Point 1813
56-10 Military History of Newark
59-10 Military History of Wayne County (1794-1865)
61-5 Marion and The Great Rebellion
61-8 Clyde During the Civil War
63-9 Wayne County and New York State in the Great Rebellion
66-9 Civil War Regiments of Wayne County
68-6 James R. Hickey, the First to Die - World War I
69-2 Katherine Olmstead (Red Cross Nurse World War I)
70-2 Wolcott in World War II
71-5 P.O.W. Camp at Sodus Point
71-10 Rear Admiral William Thomas Sampson
72-7 War Hero in a Wheelchair, the Story of Lacey M. Ward
73-7 The Home Front Soldiers, A Study of Williamson During the Second World War
76-5 The Town of Rose During World War II
78 The Battlers of Wayne: Army Regiments of the Civil War
82 The Wayne County Goes to World War II
86-6 A Small Town's Memorial: WW II Veterans of Lyons
86 World War II: The People of Williamson at Home and Abroad
87 The Impact of the Vietnam Conflict on a Small Community: A Case Study of Williamson, NY
89-3 The Enemy Comes to Town: German Prisoners-of War in Marion, NY
90 Memory of a Traumatic War: The Effects of the Vietnam War on Wayne County
90-2 An Ironic Twist: German Prisoners of World War II Were a Benefit to Wayne County
95-5 Clyde and Her People: WWII
95 The History of the 9th H.A.
98-6 The History of the Ninth New York Heavy Artillery and the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil
War
99 Wayne County and its Involvement in the Civil War
99 Veteran Assistance: A History in Wayne County from Past to Present
00-18 Wayne County Civil War Veterans: Their Lives, Stories and Memories
02-1 World War II - One Veteran's Story (Harold Secor)
02-4 Hometown America Can Fight Too! Uncle Sam Needs Us (WW II Wmson)
03-2 A Tribute to a Pearl Harbor Survivor


MISCELLANEOUS
57-1 Dutch Immigration
58-7 The Teen Age Solvent
63-6 Walworth Central Cemetery
67-7 Lot # 62 - Red Creek
67-9 History at My Doorstep, Lot # 54, Sterling
71-5 P.O.W. Camp at Sodus Point
71-7 History of Antiques
71-8 Whiskey Stills in the Town of Walworth
73-9 Pesticides: Fried or Foe?
74 Discovering Employment in Wayne County
74 The Story of the Mastodon
75-5 Wayne County, Donkeys or Elephants, Presidential Elections 1862-1972
75-6 Howland Island
75 The Old Bidwell Homestead
75 Section V Basketball: Williamson the 60's and 70's
76 Got My Mo Jo Working (witchcraft)
76 The Recent Women's Movement in Wayne County
76 From Johnny Cake to Apple Slump
77-1 LaRaza: The Story of the Puerto Ricans in Newark
77-2 Clyde, NY: Where Italy and America Meet
77 Volunteer Services for and by the Senior Citizens of Wayne County
77 As Folks Tell It in Williamson & Pultneyville (folklore)
78-6 The History of Specific Movie Theaters in Wayne County
78 Homespun Fun in Huron in the Late 1800's and Early 1900's
78 The Clyde Race Track
79-4 Dutch Immigration to Sodus and Williamson
79 The Newark Polonia: Survivors of the Holocaust
81 The Italian Lyon
81 German Immigration Into Wayne County 1816-1892
81 Ontario's Second Generation Italians: The Passing of the Italian Culture
81 The Amazing Streak (Williamson School Sports)
81 A History of the Newspapers in the Village of Newark
82 Soccer in Wayne County
The Fate of Liquor and Interesting Facts About Prohibition
The Alling Coverlet Museum, Palmyra's Link to the Past
83-6 Williamson: A Unique Part of Wayne County (dry town)
84 Changing Times
84 The Search for a New Life: Italian Immigration and Assimilation
86 The Impact and Complexity of the Renaissance Faire at Sterling, NY
87 A Discriminative Study of the Wayne County Radiological Emergency Response Plan
88 Wayne County is Driving the Drunk Off the Road
89-2 The Missing Link
93-3 Haunted Houses in Wayne County
96-2 Conserving the "Lotus"
96-3 The Nineteenth Century Inventors of Wayne County
96-3 Dairy Farming in the Town of Galen
96 Photography in Wayne County: Its Methods and Changes
96 A Cemetery Reborn (Lusk Cemetery)
99-3 Fanning Flames: The Complex Interaction Between Local Newspapers and Politics in the 1850's
99 Women's Suffrage in Wayne County
99 Prohibition in Wayne County and the People that Dared to Defy the Law
99 Prohibition in Wayne County: The Dry Years
00-21 Wayne County Women: Fighting for the Right
01-4 The Winning Battle: One Town's Fight to Survive the Great Depression (Newark)
01-6 A Community Center; A Community Effort (Palmyra)
02-2 The Chilling Effect of Communism on Palmyra: 1950 - 1965
02-5 On With the Show [Circuses - Wayne County]
02-10 Kuk Sool Won in Wayne County
02-13 Not Merely A Race [Wmson Marathons/Apple Blossom Road Race]
03-3 History of Opera Houses in Wayne County


MUSIC

57-2 Music of Wayne County
59-1 Queen Anne Organ
72-1 The Musical History of Lyons
74 George Giroux, Father, Teacher, Entertainer
76 Williamson Community Bands
81-4 Saturday in the Park, the Wayne County Town Bands
97-2 A Family's Music (Sherwood Family/Lyons Music Academy)


 

PUBLIC WORKS, UTILITIES, TRANSPORTATION

54-1 Wayne County Highways, A History
56-2 History of Marion Railroad
57-5 Development of Electricity in Sodus
58-1 Van R. Richmond, NYS Engineer and Surveyor (Canals)
58-5 Erie Canal, 1820-1835
58-22 E.H. Harriman (Railroad, Sodus Point)
59-3 Rochester and Sodus Bay Railway
61-1 Rural Free Delivery in Town of Macedon
61-9 Communications in Wolcott and Vicinity
66-6 Railroads and Shipping at Fair Haven
66-7 Building and Care of Roads in Wayne County
68-1 Twentieth Century Transportation in Wayne County
68-7 Nuclear Power for Wayne County
72-2 A History of the Coal Trestle at Sodus Point
74-3 The History of the Sodus Light Station
74 The Williamson-Sodus Airport
75-1 A History of the West Shore Railroad, the Result of a Gambling Man's Mistake
77 The Railroad in Wayne County Today
78 The West Shore Railroad - A Successful Failure
79 History of the Telephone System in Williamson
79 765 KV?
81 The Erie Canal: Yesterday, Tomorrow
82 The Ontario Midland Railroad
Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
83-1 Our Canal: Flowing From the Past & Pouring into the Future
Mule Teams to Park Benches (canal, Lock Berlin)
84 The Trolley to W.A.T.S.
84 Transportation Tracks - Palmyra's Trains and Trolleys
84 The Volant Palmyran
85 Railroad: How It Affected the People and the Times
85 Clang, Clang, Clang Goes the Trolley
85 Songs of the Erie Canal: Reminders of a Bygone Era
88 The SCC: An Unwelcome Neighbor
91 The Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Impact on Palmyra
92-3 The Great Montezuma Turnpike of the 1800's
93-5 Connecting the County by Coach
95-3 The Rebirth of History's Greatest Canal
96 Wayne County Railroads-Affecting All But Walworth
97-3 The History of the Hojack Railroad
97 History of the Robert E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
98-1 The Sodus Canal
99 The Railroad in Wayne County: A Look Back at the Impact the Railroads Have Had on the Area
99 On Track from Sodus Point to Newark: Changes in the Railroad Through Time
01-9 Cruising in the Early Years (Automobile)


RELIGION

54-9 Joseph Smith's Version etc. (Mormons)
54-12 Churches of Ontario
54-14 Presbyterian Church, East Palmyra
54-15 Spiritualism
54-18 Arcadia Reformed Church
56-12 Sodus Bay Phalanx (Fourier)
57-4 Sanctuaries of the Faith in Williamson
58-10 Western Presbyterian Church in Palmyra
58-16 Zion Episcopal Church, Palmyra
58-17 The Believers (Shakers)
59-9 History of Churches in Rose
59-15 Wayne County, A Religious Soil
59-16 What You Don't Know About Mormonism
61-13 Churches of Red Creek
63-1 North Ontario Methodist Church
63-7 Resounding Raps (Spiritualism)
65-9 Lincoln Baptist Church
66-4 Methodism, Red Creek
66-8 St. Thomas Church Red Creek (Catholic)
67-2 Reverend Antoinette L. Brown
67-3 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
68-5 Covenanter Church, Sterling Center
68-11 Huron Presbyterian Church
70-6 Spiritualism
72-4 Pultneyville Reformed Church
73-4 The First Baptist Church of Ontario: A Profile of a Progressive Congreg
74-1 The Evolution of an Ideal: The History of the Origin and Purpose of the Newark State School (Baptist)
74 St. Anne's Church, Palmyra
75 The First Baptist Church of Williamson
76 This Is My Church
77 A History of the North Rose Methodist church
77 Williamson's contribution to Three Great Movements (Spiritualism)
78 A History of the First United Presbyterian Church of Sodus, NY
78 Grace Episcopal Church, Lyons
79-5 the East Williamson Free Methodist Church, A Way of Life
81 Daniel Dorsey, Lyons' Tamer
81 The Origination and Reformation of the Pultneyville Reformed Church
81 A Dream Fulfilled St. Mary's of the Lake
81 The East Palmyra Seventh Day Adventist Church
82 The Hill Cumorah Pageant
83-3 The Ebony Cross: A Study of Southern Black Churches in Wayne County
The Amish of Wayne County (Rose, Galen, Lyons)
Williamson Congregational Presbyterian Church
84 A Commitment to Christian Outreach: From Orchard to Organization
85-1 From Horsebarn to Sanctuary: A History of the Alton Free Methodist Church
86-4 A History of the Williamson United Methodist Church
87 Calvary Baptist Church: Dreams of Faith
90 Catholicism in Ontario: The Birth and Growth of St. Mary's of the Lake
91-3 East Palmyra Christian Reformed Church
91-5 The Birth of a Church - Historical Sketches of the First Baptist Church of Macedon
93 A Lighthouse to Wayne County: The History of the First Church of Christ at South Butler
94 Spiritualism in Wayne County
95 St. John's Catholic Church of Clyde
99 The Sodus Shakers
99 The History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
99 The History of the Rose Free Methodist Church: Past & Present
99 The First Baptist Church of Palmyra: A History Affected by National Issues
01-12 The Williamson United Methodist Church Renovations and Reaching the Community
02-11 Reasons for Rejection: An Inner Look as to Why Early Latter Day Saints Were Persecuted


TOWNS AND VILLAGES

54-2 Town of Huron
54-6 Palmyra's Past
55-8 History of Marion (1783-1900)
55-13 North Wolcott
55-14 Development of Clyde before 1900
56-6 Pultneyville Early History
57-3 York Settlement
61-7 Fair Haven
61-14 Port Bay
64-4 Red Creek
69-5 Marengo
70-1 Alloway
72-6 The Centenary Community
72-8 History of the Town of Sterling
73-5 The Williamson Fire of 1910
74-4 Down Along the Old Mill Stream (Pultneyville area, Salmon Creek)
74 Time and Tide: Geological Evolution of Great Sodus Bay
74 Personal Reflections (Newark)
75-3 Walworth: Then & Now
75 Yesterday in Marengo
75 The Life and History of Savannah 1808-1894
75 Wayne County's New Community - Gananda
75 The Williamson Apple Blossom Festival
76-5 The Town of Rose During World War II
76 The Pultneyville Corner Store
76 The History of West Walworth
76 Williamson Town Government
77-1 LaRaza: the Story of the Puerto Ricans in Newark
77-2 Clyde, New York: Where Italy and America Meet
77-3 The First 101 Years of Wallington
77 As Folks Tell It in Williamson and Pultneyville
77 Williamson's Contribution to Three Great Movements
77 The Commercial and Social Center of Early Pultneyville
78-3 Urban Renewal, the Force That Changed the Complexion of downtown Newark
78-4 In the Penumbra: the Effects of the Great Depression in Arcadia, New York
78-5 On the Corner of Caroline and Lock Streets, Clyde, New York
78 The Clyde Community Festival
78 The Transformation of #5-11 to #7 to #4100 East Main Street, Williamson, New York
78 Homespun Fun in Huron in the Late 1800's and Early 1900's (hotels in Port Glasgow, Resort, Bay
Bridge)
78 Brief Investigation of the Development of the Gananda Project
78 The Clyde Race Track
79-4 Dutch Immigration to Sodus and Williamson
81 History of South Butler, NY
82-1 Zurich, NY: A time and Place in American History
82-2 My Piece of the Rock, An Overview of Willie's Valley, East Williamson
Sodus: Circa 1900
A Pultneyville Happening
The Life of Captain Horatio Nelson Throop
83-1 Our Canal: Flowing From the Past & Pouring into the Future (Lyons and Arcadia)
83-2 The Stonepile: Then & Now (Williamson home)
83 Lyman Bickford, A Man Behind a Town (Palmyra)
Main Street, Williamson: Storefront Changes 1950-1980
The Teeter Family Homes on Smith Hill Road and Hall Center (Marion)
The Amish of Wayne County (Rose, Galen, Lyons)
The Beautiful Walker House & Its Illustrious Inhabitants (Palmyra)
Decisions of the Williamson Town Board: The Halldow Years
84 "To Be or Not To Be" Rural
84 Palmyra and the Great Depression
85-4 From Hope to Reality: The Story of Hope Village
85-6 Designating the Streets of Lyons: the Commencement and Appointment of Names
85 The History of Macedon Center
86 Growing Up In Walworth: Yesterday and Today
87 A Perspective Look At Life in Williamson During the Postwar Period
87 Heritage Square
88 The Pultneyville Harbor in the Twentieth Century, From Business to Pleasure
90-1 The Palmyra Village Hall: A Mirror to the Past
90 Fair Haven and Its Businesses: The Twentieth Century Progression
91 Come Take a Walk with Me: A History of Cherry Street
92 Clyde in the Depression
92 Gananda: To Be or Not To Be
93-1 Historical Perspectives from Aerial Photography (Clyde)
93-6 What's in a Name? The Naming of Roads in Williamson
93 Fruitland: Faded But Not Forgotten - A Changing Community
93 Gananda: The Dream; The Reality
93 The History of The Southwest Corner of Ontario Center, NY
95-4 Dissolution of the Village of Savannah
95-5 Farming in Walworth: Sowing the Seeds of a Community
95-6 Clyde and Her People: WWII
96-6 Going Out of Business: Family Owned Business are Dying (Clyde)
96 A Memorial, A Link, A Landmark, A Name - The Roads of Ontario and Walworth
97-1 The Stuber Blacksmith Shop: A Century of Ontario's History
97-2 A Family's Music (Lyons)
97 Bear Creek Harbor Faces the Changes in Time (Ontario)
98-7 The Destruction and Reconstruction of Savannah
98-8 Preserving Our Heritage: An Architectural Study of Homes in Clyde
00-4 A Trip Around the Block; Then and Now (Pultneyville)
00-6 A Road to the Past: Palmyra's Village Streets in 1870.
00-11 Watching Main Street Through the Years (Wolcott)
00-10 The History of Fairville: A Mirror to the Past
00-13 Alton: There's a Light at the End of the Tunnel
00-14 The Time Machine (Rose)

00-15 Canal Town Celebrates an Annual Event: A History of Canaltown Days
00-16 Palmyra, New York - Then and Now - A Century of Change
00-22 Entertainment at the Beach; A History of Holland's Cove (Williamson)
01-7 Paved Paradise and Put up a Parking Lot (Newark)
02-7 Clyde Village Park - A Community's Heritage


WAYNE COUNTY, GENERAL

54-10 Our Cherished Land
54-13 The Pre-Emption Line
59-6 The Romance of the Road (Place Names in Wayne County)
62-4 Wayne County and Its Early Settlers
71-3 The History of B. Forman Park, Escape to Escape
71-9 Vanishing Barns of Western Wayne County
75 Wayne County Landmarks
77-4 Lake Ontario and Wayne County
77 The Dawn of Woman's Revolution for Human Rights: Woman's Suffrage in Wayne County
77 Volunteer Services for and by the Senior Citizens of Wayne County
81 Climatology of Wayne County
90 Going to the Wayne County Fair
01-13 Standing Up to King Alcohol: The Temperance Movement of Wayne County

   


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