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Volume 34, Number 2, Spring 2018

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Rediscovering a Hudson Valley Folkloric Tradition:  Traces of the “Pinkster” Feast in Forgotten Books, Jeroen Dewulf

The Esopus Water War: New York City’s Conquest of the Esopus  and the Locals Who Contested It, Steve Lechner

Notes and Documents

Pine Hill Farm, Lost Paradise of a French Gentleman Farmer, Michael J. Matsler

From Washingtonville to the Western Front, Matthew Thorenz

Personal Reflection

A Hudson River Valley Greenway (Part Two), Barnabas McHenry

Regional History Forum Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, Meghan V. Jones

Book Reviews

The Suffragents: How Women Used Men to Get the Vote, Brooke Kroeger, reviewed by Susan Goodier

Yonkers in the Twentieth Century, Marilyn E. Weigold and the Yonkers Historical Society, reviewed by Harvey K. Flad

Citizens of Convenience: The Imperial Origins of Nationhood on the U.S.-Canadian Border, Lawrence B.A. Hatter, reviewed by Evan C. Rothera

The History of the Five Indian Nations: Depending on the Province of New York in America  (A Critical Edition with Essays by John M. Dixon and Karim M. Tiro), Cadwallader Colden, reviewed by James Snyder

Slavery and Freedom in the Mid-Hudson Valley, Michael E. Groth, reviewed by Vernon Benjamin