Mary Jemison

author: Gangi, Rayna M.
Tells the story of Mary Jemison, a fifteen-year-old girl who was kidnapped by the Seneca Indians and adopted into their tribe, becoming the wife of a warrior chief, and experiencing the tragedies and triumphs of life in the eighteenth-century Seneca nation.
year: 1996
copies: 3
call number/section: 813.54
subjects: jemison, mary, indian captivities, seneca indians, genesee river valley (pa. and n.y.) [X], new york (state) [X]

Up South, Spring

author: Gaetano, Lynda Breckenridge
Contents: -1- 1780- A Tree Speaks; -2- 1798 - The Amsterdam Company; -3- 1800 - Courting of Susan & Ira; -4- 1834 - The Professor & Sarai; -5- 1811 - Rev.
year: 2004
copies: 52
call number/section: 398.2
subjects: folklore, rochester (n.y.), buffalo (n.y.), new york (state) [X], genesee river valley (pa. and n.y.) [X]

Historic Genesee Country

author: O'keefe, Rose
year: 2010
copies: 1
call number/section: 974.7
subjects: historic sites, genesee river valley (pa. and n.y.) [X], new york (state) [X]

Genesee River

author: Babbitt, John S
Contains captioned, archival postcards and photographs that chronicle the history of the Genesee River, New York, and the towns along the river.
year: 2012
copies: 3
call number/section: 974.78
subjects: postcards, genesee river valley (pa. and n.y.) [X], new york (state) [X]

The Beloved Wild

author: Ostrom, Melissa
"In 1807, Harriet Winter leaves her family's New Hampshire farm with her brother to settle in the Genesee Valley to avoid being pushed into marriage with her neighbor, Daniel Long"--OCLC.
year: 2018
copies: 29
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 840

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