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American Revolution (139), World War I (133), Civil War (113), New York State (108), World War II (100), Slavery (98), Federal Era (66), Abolition (59), Otsego County (53), Thomas Jefferson (51), Medieval England (51), Winston S. Churchill (50), British Empire (48), Germany (46), Colonial America (45), English Civil War (45), Colonial New York (43), Philosophy (42), Feminism (42), Abraham Lincoln (39), Tudor (36), Charles I (36), New York City (35), Russia (35), American Architecture (33), American Furniture (33), Franklin Roosevelt (31), Adolf Hitler (31), France (30), English Architecture (29), Woodrow Wilson (28), Gardening (28), George Washington (28), George III (27), Victorian England (26), John Adams (26), U. S. Constitution (25), Loyalists (25), Iroquois (25), New Netherland (24), Theodore Roosevelt (23), Cooperstown (22), Hudson River Region (22), Elizabeth I (20), Stuart (19), French Revolution (18), Richard II (18), Porcelain/Ceramic (18), Glorious Revolution of 1688 (17), Richard Nixon (17), Nazi (16), Treaty of Versailles (16), Painting (16), Aaron Burr (16), William Pitt (15), Charles II (15), Alexander Hamilton (14), James I (14), Gentry (14), Neville Chamberlain (14), Classical Music (14), Wars of the Roses (14), David Lloyd George (13), Kaiser Wilhelm II (13), Queen Victoria (13), Constitutional Convention (13), Oliver Cromwell (13), War of 1812 (13), Confederacy (13), Russian Revolution (13), Napoleonic War (13), Virginia (12), James Madison (12), Cold War (12), Gothic and Gothic Revival Architecture (12), Henry Asquith (12), Medieval Architecture (12), Parliamentary Reform (12), Aristocracy (12), Nicholas II (12), Appeasement (12), Poetry (12), William Gladstone (11), Henry VIII (11), Supreme Court (11), Andrew Jackson (11), Interior Design (11), Erie Canal (10), Impeachment (10), Joseph Stalin (10), London (10), Restoration (10), Henry Kissinger (10), Roman Empire (10), First Amendment (10), Richard III (9), Henry VII (9), John Quincy Adams (9), League of Nations (9), British Liberal Party (9), Federal Furniture (9), Austria-Hungary (9), Ancient History (9), Boer War (9), Secession (9), Great Britain (9), Wolfgang Mozart (8), Manors (8), Mohawk Valley (8), Watergate (8), House of Lords (8), English Furniture (8), Baroque Music (8), William Seward (8), Glassware (8), American Whig Party (8), Jefferson Davis (8), Napoleon Boneparte (7), Victorian Furniture (7), George I (7), James Fenimore Cooper (7), Federal Design (7), Otto von Bismarck (7), Benjamin Disraeli (7), English Whig Party (7), Lenin (7), Vietnam War (7), Continental Congress (7), Folk Art (7), Slave Uprisings (7), Sir William Johnson (7), Tory Party (6), Normans (6), Martin van Buren (6), Edmund Burke (6), Stephen Douglas (6), Spanish Armada (6), Korean War (6), Queen Anne (6), Middlefield (6), Harman Blennerhasset (6), Fugitive Slave Law (6), anti-Nazi (6), Henry V (6), James II (6), Harry S Truman (6), Henry IV (6), Huguenot (6), England (6), Jacobin (5), Levellers (5), Hundred Years War (5), Reference (5), Reconstruction (5), Mary Queen of Scots (5), Science Fiction (5), Crusades (5), Middle East (5), Romanov (5), Castles (5), Crimean War (5), Benjamin Franklin (5), Antique Metal (5), Suez Crisis (5), Fascism (5), Charles James Fox (5), George II (5), Lord North (5), Peasantry (5), Canadian Campaign (5), Revolution of 1399 (5), Arctic and Antarctica (5), Schoharie County (5), Temperance (5), George V (5), Lord Palmerston (5), Benito Mussolini (5), Paul von Hindenburg (5), William III (5), Soviet Union (5), Louis XIV (5), Anthony Eden (5), American Victorian (5), William Cooper (5), James Monroe (5), General Sullivan (4), Lighting (4), Shakers (4), Clocks (4), Feudalism (4), Australia (4), Edward III (4), Chivalry (4), Peasants Revolt of 1381 (4), Robert Peel (4), Robert Livingston (4), Cherry Valley (4), Johann Sebastian Bach (4), Bosworth Field (4), Anti-Rent War (4), Lord Louis Mountbatten (4), Franco-Prussian War (4), John Brown (4), Declaration of Independence (4), Plantagenet (4), Ludwig van Beethoven (4), Horatio Nelson (4), Edward VIII (4), German Unification (4), John Jay (4), Congress of Vienna (4), Seven Years War (4), Louis XVI (4), Greek Revival (4), Pewter (4), Benedict Arnold (4), Elizabeth II (4), Stoneware (4), Immanuel Kant (4), Habsburg (3), Hyde Hall (3), Fireplace (3), British Labour Party (3), Dwight D. Eisenhower (3), Lincoln-Douglas Debates (3), Prince Metternich (3), Lord Howe (3), Erich Ludendorff (3), George VI (3), India (3), Lord Liverpool (3), Gunpowder Plot (3), China (3), Andrew Johnson (3), Empire Furniture (3), Thurlow Weed (3), Brass (3), Harold Wilson (3), Africa (3), General John Burgoyne (3), Election of 1800 (3), French Architecture (3), Asher Benjamin (3), Joseph Brant (3), Reparations (3), Charles Lindbergh (3), Oneonta (3), Henry III (3), Thomas Paine (3), Grey of Fallodon (3), Architecture (3), Anne Boleyn (3), William McKinley (3), King Arthur (3), Edward IV (3), Plato (3), Edward VI (3), Trafalgar (3), William the Conqueror (3), John Stuart Mill (3), George IV (3), Yalta (3), Monticello (3), Margaret Thatcher (3), Kerensky (3), Susquehanna (3), Harold Macmillan (3), Henry VI (3), Mill (3), Louisiana Purchase (3), Edward VII (3), Edward II (3), Agincourt (3), Horace Walpole (2), George W. Bush (2), Major Andre (2), Peter the Great (2), Hartwick (2), Boston Tea Party (2), Voting Rights (2), Johannes Brahms (2), William IV (2), Quakers (2), Prussia (2), Charles Sumner (2), Anglo-Saxon (2), Holocaust (2), Verdi (2), Loomis Gang (2), Copperheads (2), Horace Greeley (2), Duke of Wellington (2), Somme (2), Henry II (2), Herbert Hoover (2), Charles Francis Adams (2), John Christopher Hartwick (2), Piers Gaveston (2), Cadwallader Colden (2), Fort Sumter (2)
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About My Library

The library at Blythewood consists largely of history, with a concentration on British (both domestic and imperial) history from the late medieval period to the Great War, and American history. This conforms largely to my educational background which is concentrated on British history from approximately 1760 to 1919. Professionally, I have devoted myself to researching and writing on the history of central New York.

The library, also, houses a fair amount of general European history, specifically German, French and Russian. Other topics at Blythewood include: European art, architecture (heavy on nineteenth century eastern American and Gothic), antiques, political philosophy, music, and gardening. There is also a growing collection of rare nineteenth century books.

Fiction in confined largely to classic nineteenth century European.

This collection has been assembled over the past forty years by me with a significant influx of books that were housed at Blythewood when I acquired the property.

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