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A good country, a pleasant habitation, an outline of history of Yates County

text by Frances Dumas ; graphics by Patricia Rios
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English
[S.l.] : Keuka Lake Enterprises' the Print Shop, c1990
451 p. : ill., charts, maps.

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Text and graphs copyright by Frances Dumas, maps copyright 1990 by Patricia Rios and Frances Dumas, cover drawing copyright 1990 by Patricia Rios.

"The maps illustrating the early settlement period (1788-1810) show as closely as possible where people actually settled when they moved to the county. Some half to three-quarters of all settlers' locations were found and are marked on the maps. Village and hamlet maps for the Consolidation period (1810-1855) also show individual structures. It's important to realize again that there were undoubtedly more buildings and residents during the earlier years than could specifically be located in a limited time"--How to use this outline.

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