Albany, Capital City on the Hudson: An Illustrated History
Traces over 300 years of the city's colorful history, from Dutch farming and fur trading post to the culturally diverse, dynamic capital of one of the nation's most powerful states. John J. McEneny captures the flavor and spirit of this dynamic multi-cultural capital city with intriguing details and an introduction by Pulitzer Prize-winning author William Kennedy.
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