Reflections on Big Spring: A History of Pittsford, NY, and the Genesee River Valley (Google eBook)
Reflections on Big Spring is a thoughtfully researched, highly readable celebration of the rich heritage of the Genesee River Valley, Pittsford, NY and the Big Spring that drew generations of Americans to the area.
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Birth of the Imaging Industry
Flour City or Flower City
What Happened to Big Spring?
Pittsford Inn to Fortune 100
Pittsfords Pickles Mustard and Piccalilli
Hanging Around is an Old Custom
Dry Writing to Xerography
It Takes a Village
Jesus Pays a Visit to Pleasant Valley
The Iroquois Renaissance
Bringing Jesus to the Heathens
The American War
Red Jackets Final Stand
The Treaty of Buff alo Creek
Northfield Boyle Smallwood to Pittsford
Follow the Drinkin Gourd
The Erie Canal
Pleasant Valleys Fred Baily?
Failure Is Impossible
From Agrarian Hub to the Burbs
Temple of Fine Tailoring
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