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American Revolution (140), World War I (135), Civil War (114), New York State (109), World War II (105), Slavery (100), Federal Era (66), Abolition (61), Otsego County (55), Thomas Jefferson (53), Winston S. Churchill (52), Medieval England (51), British Empire (49), Germany (46), English Civil War (45), Colonial America (45), Feminism (44), Colonial New York (43), Philosophy (42), Abraham Lincoln (40), Tudor (37), Russia (36), Charles I (36), New York City (35), Adolf Hitler (34), Franklin Roosevelt (34), American Architecture (34), American Furniture (33), France (32), Woodrow Wilson (30), English Architecture (29), George Washington (28), Gardening (28), John Adams (27), George III (27), Victorian England (26), U. S. Constitution (26), Loyalists (25), Theodore Roosevelt (25), Iroquois (25), Elizabeth I (24), New Netherland (24), Cooperstown (22), Hudson River Region (22), French Revolution (19), Richard Nixon (19), Richard II (19), Stuart (19), Nazi (18), Porcelain/Ceramic (18), Glorious Revolution of 1688 (17), Aaron Burr (16), James I (16), Treaty of Versailles (16), Painting (16), Charles II (15), Neville Chamberlain (15), William Pitt (15), Cold War (15), Roman Empire (14), David Lloyd George (14), Ancient History (14), Gentry (14), Queen Victoria (14), Classical Music (14), Wars of the Roses (14), Alexander Hamilton (14), Confederacy (14), Oliver Cromwell (13), Henry Asquith (13), James Madison (13), War of 1812 (13), Constitutional Convention (13), Parliamentary Reform (13), Virginia (13), Henry VIII (13), Appeasement (13), Napoleonic War (13), Kaiser Wilhelm II (13), Russian Revolution (13), Andrew Jackson (12), Medieval Architecture (12), Poetry (12), Aristocracy (12), Gothic and Gothic Revival Architecture (12), Nicholas II (12), Henry Kissinger (11), Interior Design (11), Supreme Court (11), William Gladstone (11), Impeachment (10), Erie Canal (10), John Quincy Adams (10), London (10), Henry VII (10), Restoration (10), First Amendment (10), Secession (10), Joseph Stalin (10), British Liberal Party (9), Harry S Truman (9), Great Britain (9), Austria-Hungary (9), Boer War (9), Richard III (9), Federal Furniture (9), League of Nations (9), House of Lords (8), Wolfgang Mozart (8), American Whig Party (8), Korean War (8), William Seward (8), Glassware (8), Watergate (8), Continental Congress (8), English Furniture (8), Baroque Music (8), Mohawk Valley (8), Manors (8), Benjamin Disraeli (8), Jefferson Davis (8), Folk Art (7), Sir William Johnson (7), Victorian Furniture (7), anti-Nazi (7), Napoleon Boneparte (7), Slave Uprisings (7), Henry IV (7), Middle East (7), Federal Design (7), Vietnam War (7), Lenin (7), James Fenimore Cooper (7), English Whig Party (7), George I (7), Otto von Bismarck (7), Middlefield (6), Harman Blennerhasset (6), Henry V (6), Soviet Union (6), Mary Queen of Scots (6), Spanish Armada (6), Normans (6), England (6), Fugitive Slave Law (6), Stephen Douglas (6), Martin van Buren (6), Huguenot (6), James II (6), Queen Anne (6), Edmund Burke (6), George V (6), Tory Party (6), Edward VI (6), James Monroe (6), Arctic and Antarctica (5), Fascism (5), Edward III (5), Crusades (5), William Cooper (5), American Victorian (5), Suez Crisis (5), Romanov (5), Anthony Eden (5), Reference (5), Canadian Campaign (5), Paul von Hindenburg (5), Revolution of 1399 (5), Levellers (5), Charles James Fox (5), Lord Palmerston (5), Schoharie County (5), Temperance (5), Antique Metal (5), William III (5), Jacobin (5), Hundred Years War (5), Benito Mussolini (5), Louis XIV (5), Crimean War (5), Peasantry (5), Castles (5), George II (5), Reconstruction (5), Lord North (5), Science Fiction (5), Benjamin Franklin (5), Immanuel Kant (4), Congress of Vienna (4), Robert Livingston (4), Feudalism (4), German Unification (4), Edward VIII (4), John Jay (4), Cherry Valley (4), Peasants Revolt of 1381 (4), Johann Sebastian Bach (4), Dwight D. Eisenhower (4), Chivalry (4), Horatio Nelson (4), Lighting (4), Ludwig van Beethoven (4), Yalta (4), Elizabeth II (4), John Brown (4), Seven Years War (4), Robert Peel (4), Africa (4), Anti-Rent War (4), Plantagenet (4), Benedict Arnold (4), Anne Boleyn (4), Bosworth Field (4), General Sullivan (4), Grey of Fallodon (4), Pewter (4), Australia (4), Declaration of Independence (4), Greek Revival (4), Stoneware (4), Worcester (4), Louis XVI (4), Lord Louis Mountbatten (4), Shakers (4), Clocks (4), Franco-Prussian War (4), Charles Lindbergh (3), Edward VII (3), King Arthur (3), Thomas Paine (3), Hyde Hall (3), Louisiana Purchase (3), Margaret Thatcher (3), John Stuart Mill (3), General John Burgoyne (3), British Labour Party (3), Lord Liverpool (3), William Llyod Garrison (3), Erich Ludendorff (3), Lord Howe (3), Prince Metternich (3), Asher Benjamin (3), Thurlow Weed (3), Lincoln-Douglas Debates (3), Election of 1800 (3), John F. Kennedy (3), Edward IV (3), Trafalgar (3), Ronald Reagan (3), Harold Wilson (3), William the Conqueror (3), Monticello (3), Agincourt (3), Edward II (3), Henry VI (3), Harold Macmillan (3), Susquehanna (3), Oneonta (3), Herbert Hoover (3), Gunpowder Plot (3), Andrew Johnson (3), Empire Furniture (3), Brass (3), Fireplace (3), French Architecture (3), Habsburg (3), Architecture (3), Henry III (3), Mill (3), William McKinley (3), George IV (3), Plato (3), George VI (3), India (3), Reparations (3), China (3), Joseph Brant (3), Vichy (3), Kerensky (3), Petain (3), Holocaust (2), Duke of Wellington (2), Copper (2), Major Andre (2), Domesday (2), Silver (2), Quakers (2), Spanish American War (2), Italy (2), George Kennan (2), Donald Trump (2), Robert Walpole (2), Hartford Convention (2), Plague (2), Opera (2), Verdi (2), Mary Tudor (2), John Christopher Hartwick (2), Cadwallader Colden (2), Loomis Gang (2)
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Nuvem de Etiquetas, Nuvem de Autores, Espelho de Etiquetas
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May 6, 2022
Sobre Minha Biblioteca

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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