William C. Bouck: New York's Farmer Governor

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Heritage Books, Jan 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 79 pages
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With his thick German accent, William C. Bouck was known as the a Dutch Governora of New York. Descended from German immigrants who arrived in Schoharie County in the early 1700s, Bouck attributed his frugality, work ethic, and character to his humble farm

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Editor EDWARD A. HAGAN teaches at Western Connecticut State University.

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