The titles below are available for review. If you are interested in reviewing a book for publication in the Hudson River Valley Review, please contact us with your selected title and a brief introduction. Be sure to include your academic background and affiliation.
Images of America: Hyde Park in the Gilded Age
Carney Rhinevault and Shannon Butler (Arcadia Publishing and The History Press, 2019) 128 pp.
Coming Full Circle: The Seneca Nation of Indians, 1848-1934
Laurence M. Hauptman (University of Oklahoma Press, 2019) 294 pp.
Patriot Hero of the Hudson Valley: The Life and RIde of Sybil Ludington
Vincent T. Dacquino (The History Press, 2019) 160 pp.
Bootlegger of the Soul; The Literary Legacy of William Kennedy
Edited by Suzanne Lance & Paul Grondahl (SUNY Press, 2018) 393 pp.
The Old Houses of Austerlitz; The History and Early Architecture of a Rural New York Town
Thomas H. Moreland (Austerlitz Historical Society, 2018) 376 pp.
Charles F. Keefe, 1876 - 1946; Colonial Revival Architect in Kingston and New York
William Bertolet Rhoads (Black Dome Press, 2017) 268 pp.
Legends and Lore of the Hudson Highlands
Jonathan Kruck (History Press, 2018) 175 pp.
Hell Gate: A Nexus of New York City's East River
Michael Nichols (SUNY Press, 2018) 151 pp.
Set In Stone: Creating and Commemorating a Hudson Valley Culture
Kenneth Shefsiek (SUNY Press, 2017) 304 pp.
Elliott and Eleanor Roosevelt: The Story of a Father and His Daughter in the Gilded Age
Geraldine Hawkins (Black Dome Press, 2017) 387 pp.
Fort Crailo and the Van Rensselaers: The Dutch Colonial Origins of Greenbush & the City of Rensselaer
Shirley W. Dunn (Block Dome Press, 2016) 202 pp.
Our Time at Foxhollow Farm: A Hudson Valley Family Remembered
David Bryars (SUNY Press, 2016) 298 pp.
The Street That Built a City: McEntee's Chestnut Street, Kingston, and the Rise of New York
Lowell Thing (Black Dome Press, 2015) 332 pp.
Jervis McEntee: Kingston's Artist of the Hudson River School
The Friends of Historic Kingston, Lowell Thing, Dr. William Rhoads (Black Dome Press, 2015) 64 pages, 62 illustrations