Welcome to our virtual booth for the Association of Public Historians of New York State. Visit us our table at the annual meeting or browse our forthcoming, new, and recent New York titles below. Save 30% using code ZAPH23 through October 20, 2023.
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Richard Carlin, Senior Acquisitions Editor
Areas of focus: Education; Excelsior Editions; Music; New York/Regional Studies; Textbooks (Humanities and Social Sciences only)
Explore our Series:
An American Region: Studies in the Hudson Valley, Thomas Wermuth, ed.
From Henry Hudson's initial explorations in 1609 to the recent controversy over dredging for PCBs, the Hudson Valley has been a microcosm of America. Devoted solely to the study of the Hudson River and its environs, this series publishes academic and trade books that aim to advance our understanding of this important region and the major role it has played in the historical, cultural, financial, and political development of the United States.
New York Classics
New York Classics offers new editions of classic works of fiction and nonfiction that focus on New York's history and culture. Each volume is newly edited and introduced by a scholar in the field. Titles range from the nature writings of John Burroughs and Elizabeth C. Wright and volumes on county history and genealogy to unjustly neglected works of fiction and classic works on state landmarks. Popularly priced for the general reader, New York Classics celebrates the wide diversity of notable works that center on the Empire State.