Melvil Decimal System: 974.76
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Works under MDS 974.76
- Bloody Mohawk: The French and Indian War & American Revolution on New York's Frontier by Richard Berleth
- The Mohawk by Codman Hislop
- The Stone Giant by Natalie Standiford
- Canastota and Chittenango (NY) (Images of America) by Lionel D. Wyld
- A Colossal Hoax: The Giant from Cardiff that Fooled America by Scott Tribble
- Syracuse by Dennis J. Connors
- Greater Syracuse (NY) (Images of America) by Dennis Connors Onandaga Historical Association
- The Bloody Mohawk by Thomas Wood Clarke
- Syracuse and Its Surroundings: A Victorian Photo Tour of New York's Salt City by H. P. Smith
- History of Herkimer County, New York: Illustrated with Portraits of Many of Its Citizens by George Anson Hardin
- Greater Syracuse: Center of an Empire by Roy A. Bernardi
- Glancing back at-- Clinton and neighboring communities : including Clark Mills, Kirkland, Franklin Springs, and Hamilton College : the way it used to be by Philip E. Munson
- They Built a City: Stories and Legends of Syracuse and Onondaga County by William F Roseboom
- Crossroads In Time by Dennis Connors
- Seneca Lake : Past, Present, and Future by Carol U. Sisler
- Utica: A City Worth Saving by Frank E Przybycien
- Roads to Oriskany by Gil Herkimer
- Home School for Girls: New Hartford and Verona, N.Y., 1876-1895 by Annie HanChett Coddington
- Big Moose Lake, New York in vintage postcards by William L. Scheffler
- The Forestport Breaks: A Nineteenth Century Conspiracy Along the Black River Canal by Michael Doyle
- Now we're talking : the story of Theodore W. Case and sound-on-film by Antonia K. Colella
- A History of Herkimer County, Including the Upper Mohawk Valley, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time: With a Brief Notice of the Iroquois Indians, the Early German Tribes, the Palatine Immigrations into the Colony of New York, and Biographical Sketches of the Palatine Families, the Patentees of Burnetsfield in the Year 1726. Also Biographical Notices of the Most Prominent Public Men of the County; with Important Statistical Information by Nathaniel Soley Benton
- The History of Oneida county: commemorating the bicentennial of our national independence by Nancy Bashant
- Wicked Syracuse : a history of sin in Salt City by Neil K. MacMillan
- Clinton and the Town of Kirkland. by Faye Cittadino
- Photographs of Rome, New York, 1880-1930 by Chester Williams
- The Old Mohawk-Turnpike Book by Nelson Greene
- Rome (NY) (Images of America) by Portia Vescio
- Utica, for a century and a half by T. Wood Clarke
- Onondaga County Bicentennial 1794-1994 by Onondaga Historical Association
- Three Sixteenth-Century Mohawk Iroquois Village Sites (New York State Museum Bulletin,) by Robert E. Funk
- Among the hills of Camillus: The story of a small town by Mary Ellis Maxwell
- Old Forge : gateway to the Adirondacks by Linda Cohen
- The Lost Village of Delta (Images of America: New York) by Mary J. Centro
- Along Oriskany and Big Creeks (NY): Geology, History and People by Richard Williams
- Up Old Forge way, a central Adirondack story by David Harold Beetle
- The Golden Age of Onondaga Lake Resorts by Donald H. Thompson
- Back to before: anecdotes from the twentieth century in Cayuga County, New York by Charles Itzin
- Mohawk Valley Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts by Maryly Barton Penrose
- Northern Lights by Harry W. Paige
- Kirkland town library history by Yvonne M. Brady
- Peoples and places : Fayetteville, Manlius, Minoa, and neighbors
- Canal Country by Emily Williams
- Sir William Johnson and the Six Nations by William Elliot Griffis
- The Bloodied Mohawk: The American Revolution in the Words of Fort Plank's Defenders and Other Mohawk Valley Partisans by Ken D. Johnson
- A Sketch of Old Utica by Blandina Dudley Miller
- Towpaths, turnpikes and towns : a local history textbook published for fourth grade students in Oneida County BOCES component school districts. (Draft Edition, 1985) by Oneida County BOCES
- East Utica: Macchiata d'Amore by Malio J. Cardarelli
- If our lives be spared : a saga of the Collin family settlers in early New York State by Terrance Keenan
- Landmarks of Oswego County by Judith Wellman
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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