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A Thread in the Fabric: The Chautauqua-Erie Region to 1865

III, Jacob Ludes

ISBN 10: 1546427287 / ISBN 13: 9781546427285
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017
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Title: A Thread in the Fabric: The Chautauqua-Erie ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1.

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This volume reveals the fabric of American history by tracing a single thread in the fabric. That is the history of the Chautauqua-Erie Region of Western New York. It is a microhistory of the whole of the American past. This volume tells the American story through a focus on the Chautauqua-Erie Region from the arrival of the first people 13,000 years ago. The volume proceeds through the period of colonial and American settlement, i.e., the seventeenth, eighteenth, and the first half of the nineteenth century and examines: * The First People and native history of Western New York * The conflict of French, British, and colonial interests in the region * The war for independence * The first frontier, that is the Chautauqua-Erie Region in the unfolding of America's history * The War of 1812 * The impact of the Erie Canal * Conflict on the first frontier in the Age of Jackson * Growth, change, reform, and religion * The Civil War The cast of characters includes both the usual suspects and individuals previously unreported.

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Jake Ludes is an award winning educator. He was trained as an historian and taught graduate and continuing education courses in Western New York History at SUNY Fredonia. He has lectured on the subject throughout New York State. His articles and reviews have appeared in NEW YORK HISTORY and TRIANGLE MAGAZINE. He has been a teacher, principal, and school superintendent. He retired after twelve years as President/CEO of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, an international education agency. In that position he spoke on education topics in more than thirty-five countries and advised members of the United States Congress and state officials on education topics. Ludes retired in 2011 and has returned to his love of local and regional history.

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