History of Schoharie County, New York, 1713-1882 - William E. Roscoe. Twenty-three chapters draw from official documents, personal scribblings, and public records to expound everything from Schoharie County's first immigrants to its settlement and government, to its geography and population, to its industry and amusements. Histories of every town in the county are included, and biographical sketches of notable citizens are scattered throughout the text. An appendix contains transcripts of historical speeches and writings, a new surname index has been merged with an a "facts and places" index compiled some time earlier, and the book closes with an alphabetical listing of prominent persons that includes biographical data. (1882), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 560 pp.