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Volume 39, Number 1, Autumn 2022

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A Fresh Look at Henry Hudson’s Journal and Voyage of 1609, Scott F. Kostiw

The Mysterious Missing Relationship of Washington Irving and Thomas Cole, J. Woodrow McCree

Symposium “Designing the Landscape That Made America” Calvert Vaux and His Peers in the Hudson River Valley

An Introduction, Pieter Estersohn

Realizing the Picturesque: The American Landscape, Calvert Vaux, and The Point, Emily Cooperman and Kyle Toth

Partners in Design: Frederic Church & Calvert Vaux at Olana, Sean Sawyer

Preserving America’s Cultural Landscape: Hudson River Valley Roots of Landscape Design, Harvey Flad

Notes & Documents

Keeping “Blue Monday” in the Hudson Valley: A Note on Nineteenth Century Work Culture, Thomas S. Wermuth

“A Teachable Moment”: Congressman Hamilton Fish, Jr.’s Address at Marist College,  April 26, 1987, edited with an introduction by Laurence M. Hauptman

Regional History Forum

History Unearthed: The Land and Legacy of the Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery, Shannon Butler and Brian Berryann

Book Review Essay: Following the Yellow Brick Road in the Late Nineteenth Century Mid-Hudson Valley, Charles F. Howlett reviews Staatsburgh: Gilded Splendor on the Hudson by Pamela Malcolm  and Andrea Monteleone and Hyde Park in the Gilded Age by Carney Rhinevault and Shannon Butler

Book Reviews

Origins of the Iroquois League: Narratives, Symbols, and Archaeology, by Anthony Wonderley and Martha L. Sempowski, reviewed by James Folts

Underground Empires: Two Centuries of Exploration, Adventure & Enterprise  in New York’s Cave Country, by Dana D. Cudmore, reviewed by Erin Becker-Boris