The Vincent family : descendants of Adrian Vincent by Vincent, Anna M. (Anna Mabbett), 1890-1954.  Adrian Vincent lived in New Amsterdam, New York between 1653 and 1674. Descendants lived in New York, New England, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and elsewhere

Josiah B. Vrooman (Vroman) : his ancestors and descendants by Laura Vrooman Randall. Peter Meuse Vrooman (d.1684) immigrated from Holland to Albany, New york, and married Volkje Pieterse Stavast, widow of Gerrit Jansen Stavast, in 1675. Two brothers, Jacob Meuse Vrooman and Hendrick Meuse Vrooman, immigrated with Peter. Descendants and relatives of the three brothers lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Washington and elsewhere.

The galley : a publication of the Clan Macneil Association of America  img_5544.jpg

George and Ruth Castle : our family’s journey, 1613-2016  by Sharon Castle with the Castle Genealogy Project Work Group, 2017.  George Castle (b.1896) married Ruth Fletcher (b. 1896). This book traces their ancestors and their Quaker heritage in the New World. IMG_5545

Local Cookbooks

Nothin’ like a muffin : favorite recipes. By SHHH (Self-Help for hard of Hearing People) of Corning-Painted Post 1987


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Local Authors

Burning silk by Destiny Kinal from Waverly NY.
This is a circulating book located in our 2nd floor Local Authors Collection.
“In the sensuous and erotic lineage of Anaïs Nin, Marguerite Duras, and Carole Maso, Destiny Kinal has crafted her debut novel, Burning Silk, to transport the reader. From the first page, we plunge into the rarified and privileged atmosphere of an early-nineteenth-century French perfumerie on the Cote d’Azur, where fragrance scientists cross the threshold into the invisible world of pheromones, hoping to plumb those secrets in the person of the young silk maîtresse Catherine Duladier. A decade later, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, we witness Catherine’s disciplined but desperate attempts to keep her closely held secret from rising to the surface in the pressure cooker of her family’s new silk magnanerie, where silkworms transform mulberry into the cocoon of metamorphosis and Catherine is forced to recognize that love without truth is violence. Will Catherine be able to ward off threats to her French Huguenot family’s dreams of a successful business venture in the New World?”