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Volume 35, Number 2, Spring 2019

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Who Built Dutch New York? Personal Ties and Imperial Connections  in the Seventeenth-Century Greater Hudson Valley, Susanah Shaw Romney

Strange Partners in Land Equity: Mohicans and Tenant Farmers  “Invade” Upstate New York in 1859, Warren F. Broderick

General Rosalie Jones and the “Votes for Women” March to Albany:  Creating a New Political Activism, Jane Mathews Swersey

Notes and Documents

Shipping Through the Capital Region: The Rise and Fall of the Albany Lumber District, Edward T. Howe

Regional History Forum

The Lost Legacy of Laura Johnson Wylie: An Exploration of Wylie’s  Achievements in Local Women’s History, Samantha Hesler

Book Reviews

Revolution Song: A Story of American Freedom, Russell Shorto, reviewed by Michael Mobbs

Women Will Vote: Winning Suffrage in New York State, Karen Pastorello and Susan Goodier, reviewed by Jennifer Lemak

The Revolution of ’28: Al Smith, American Progressivism,  and the Coming of the New Deal, Robert Chiles, reviewed by Joseph A. McCartin

The Quarry Fox and Other Critters of the Wild Catskills, Leslie T. Sharpe, reviewed by Joshua Groffman

Exhibition & Film Reviews

Where Slavery Died Hard: The Forgotten History of Ulster County  and The Shawangunk Mountain Region, reviewed by Myra Young Armstead