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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.




Historic Tales of the Harlem Valley; Life At The End of the Line,
by Tonia Shoumatoff (Charlston: The History Press, 2023) 204 pp.


To Distress the French and Their Allies: Rogers’ Rangers 1755-1763,
by Tim J. Todish, Illustrations by Gary S. Zaboly (Black Dome Press, 2023) 296 pp.


Croton Point Park: Westchester’s Jewel on the Hudson,
by Scott Craven & Caroline Ranald Curvan (The History Press, 2022) 158 pp.


The Crucible of Public Policy: New York Courts in the Progressive Era
by Bruce W. Dearstyne (Excelsior Editions of SUNY Press, 2022) 305 pp.


The Battle of White Plains: Washington and Howe in Westchester
by Stephen Paul DeVillo (The History Press, 2022) 125 pp.


The Art of William Sidney Mount: Long Island People of Color on Canvas
by Katherine Kirkpatrick & Vivian Nicholson-Mueller (The History Press, 2022) 192 pp.


Elverhoj: The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson,
by William R. Rhoads and Leslie Melvin (Black Dome Press, 2022) 218 pp.


Hopewell Junction: A Railroader’s Town; A History of Short-line Railroads in Dutchess County, New York
by Bernard L. Rudberg and John M. Desmond (Excelsior Editions of SUNY Press, 2022) 159 pp.


Palisades: The People's Park (20th Anniversary Edition)
by Robert O. Binnewies (Fordham University Press, 2021) 405 pp.


Paths to the Past: History Hikes Through The Hudson River Valley, Catskills, Berkshires, Taconics, Saratoga & Capitol Region
by Russell Dunn & Barbara Delaney (Black Dome Press, 2021) 268 pp.


An Unfinished Revolution: Edna Buckman Kearns and the Struggle for Women's Rights,
by Marguerite Kearns (SUNY Press, Excelsior Editions, 2021) 332 pp.


Dutch and Indigenous Communities in Seventeenth-Century Northeastern North America:
What Archaeology, History, and Indigenous Oral Traditions Teach Us about Their Intercultural Relationships

edited by Lucianne Lavin (SUNY Press, 2021) 342 pp.


Inside the Green Lobby: The Fight to Save the Adirondack Park
by Bernard C. Melewski (Excelsior Editions of SUNY Press, 2021) 262 pp.


Spaces of Enslavement: A History of Slavery and Resistance in Dutch New York
by Andrea Mosterman (Cornell University Press, 2021) 246 pp.