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ADKCanoeGuidetoWesternandCentralNewYorkState.JPG Adirondack Canoe Guide Western & Central New York Adirondack Canoe Guide Western & Central New York

$16.95

ADKCanoeandKayakGuideEasttoCentralNewYorkState.JPG Adirondack Mountain Club: Canoe and Kayak Guide East-Central New York State Adirondack Mountain Club: Canoe and Kayak Guide East-Central New York State

$19.95

AdirondackOdysseys.JPG Adirondack Odysseys: Exploring Museums and Historic Places From The Mohawk to The St. Lawrence Adirondack Odysseys: Exploring Museums and Historic Places From The Mohawk to The St. Lawrence

$16.95

AdirondackTrailswithTales.JPG Adirondack Trails With Tales Adirondack Trails With Tales

$17.95

AroundManhattanIslandAndOtherMaritimeTalesOfNewYork.JPG Around Manhattan Island and Other Maritime Tales of New York Around Manhattan Island and Other Maritime Tales of New York. The Port of New York-The "Golden Door"-is always bustling, and any New York Resident or visitor easily recognizes the integral part the port plays in the life of this great city. But the vessels that keep it alive are rarely focused on. This boat begins with a history of the Circle Line and its forerunners and erstwhile competitors in the around-Manhattan sightseeing business.

$25.00

BoatsOfTheAntiqueBoatMuseum.jpg Boats Of The Antique Boat Museum: Highlights Of The Watercraft Collection Boats Of The Antique Boat Museum: Highlights Of The Watercraft Collection. Tour a magnificent 106' Gilded-age houseboat at Clayton, New York's Antique Boat Museum. This useful guidebook introduces the museum's un-paralled collection of more than 250 historic boats.

$9.95

BoldtCastleInSearchOfTheLostStorybyPaulMalo.JPG Boldt Castle: In Search of the Lost Story by Paul Malo Boldt Castle: In Search of the Lost Story by Paul Malo Boldt Castle on the border of New York State and the Providence of Ontario, is one of America's largest houses. This landmark of the Thousand Islands has attracted millions of international visitors to the St Lawrence River. A tragic history dramitizes the four unique buildings open to the public, while underground folklore about the "true story" adds mystery. This first large book about the Boldts and their buildings reveals stunning new information, telling a "Lost Story" that revises the famous legend.

$19.95

CanoeingandKayakingNewYorkbyKevinStiegelmaier.JPG Canoeing & Kayaking New York by Kevin Stiegelmaier Canoeing & Kayaking New York by Kevin Stiegelmaier

$17.95

CastlesandCottagesRiverRetreatsOfTheThousandIslandsbyGeorgeFischerandAnthonyMollica.JPG Castles & Cottages: River Retreats of The Thousand Islands by George Fischer & Anthony Mollica Jr [Hard Cover] Castles & Cottages: River Retreats of The Thousand Islands by George Fischer & Anthony Mollica Jr. [Hard Cover]

$19.95

BestHikesWithChildrenCatskilssHudsonRiverValley.jpg Catskills & Hudson River Valley Best Hikes With Children Catskills & Hudson River Valley Best Hikes With Children. This book guides you to some of the Empire State's most kid-friendly outdoor excursions, all of which are located within two and a half hours of New York City. Features 51 short, spectacular hikes for kids, seniors and anyone looking for an easy escape to the outdoors. Practical advice for hiking with children and engaging them in the natural world. Includes optional turn-around points for tired feet.

$14.95

ChrisCraftbyJackSavage.JPG Chris-Craft by Jack Savage Chris-Craft by Jack Savage

$19.99

ChrisCraftofthe1950s.JPG Chris-Craft of the 1950's by Jack Savage Chris-Craft of the 1950's by Jack Savage

$39.99

ClassicBoatsOfTheThousandIslandsbyAnthonyMollicaandGeorgeFischer.JPG Classic Boats of The Thousand Islands by Anthony Mollica Jr & George Fischer [Hard Cover] (Autographed by Author) Classic Boats of The Thousand Islands by Anthony Mollica Jr & George Fischer [Hard Cover](Autographed by Author) This book explores the region's rich boat building heritage, including custom runabouts and sport boats, cruisers and yachts.

$39.95

AnExcellentGuideUsingNYSCanalsDVD.JPG Cruising Americas Waterways: An Excellent and Practical Guide to Using New York State's Canal DVD Cruising Americas Waterways: An Excellent and Practical Guide to Using New York State's Canal DVD. An Excellent and Practical Guide to Using New York State's Canals. If you love boats, and want to travel New York State's Canal System, this program has all the information you'll need. With a focus on boating safety, nationally acclaimed author, athlete, and TV personality Tim Green explores New York's Canals with Captain Marc, crew member Nancy, lockmaster Bill, NYS Troopers, US Coast Guard Auxiliary Examiners, marina and cruise operators. This is an entertaining and useful guide.

$22.99

DayHikesForAllSeasons.JPG Day Hikes For All Seasons: An Adirondack Sampler Day Hikes For All Seasons: An Adirondack Sampler. An Adirondack Sampler: Day Hikes for all Seasons decribes a cross section of hikes in all kinds of terrain, in all regions of the Adirondacks. For those who have little knowledge of the area, this book is the ideal traveler's companion to some of the nicest places that can be reached easily on foot in the six-million-acre Adirondack Park. For those who know the Adirondacks well, the sampler serves as a reintroduction to old but forgotten favorites. Each hike description includes round-trip distances, practical advice, elevation changes, and map references, and most of the trips can be completed in six hours or less. This book is a favorite with beginner hikers, family outing enthusiasts, and winter snowshoers.

$11.95

FunwithFamilyNewYorkbyMaryLynnBlanks.JPG Fun With The Family New York By Mary Lynn Blanks Fun With The Family New York by Mary Lynn Blanks

$13.95

NauticalGiftWrap.JPG GIFT WRAP SERVICE Add to your cart to have your item gift wrapped in holiday, birthday, anniversary, wedding, engagement, etc paper and gift tag attached - personalized to your instructions. Can be shipped to the recipient's address. If you have more than one, please specify. Please utilize the "other" box to specify type of wrapping paper and message. Or call and we will be happy to assist you over the phone!

$10.00

GreatLoopSideTripsRonandEvaStob.JPG Great Loop Side Trips 20 Cruising Adventures on Eastern North Americas Waterways by Ron & Eva Stob Great Loop Side Trips 20 Cruising Adventures on Eastern North Americas Waterways by Ron & Eva Stob Explore 20 of North America's most scenic rivers and canals: St Johns River; Potomac River; Patuxent River; Erie Canal; Little Triangle Loop; St Lawrence & Saguenay Rivers; North Channels North Shore; Wisconsin's Door Peninsula; Upper Mississippi River; Ohio River & Tributaries; Arkansas River; Cumberland River; Tennessee River; Upper Black Warrior River; Gulf Intracoastal waterway.

$19.95

HikingNewYork.jpg Hiking New York, 2nd Edition Hiking New York, 2nd Edition. This book describes seventy-five of the best trails the Empire State has to offer. From the 4,000-foot peaks of the Adirondacks to the glacier-gouged landscape of the Finger Lakes Region, from the Niagara Frontier's historic Erie Canal to the lore of Rip Van Winkles' Catskills, the trails in Hiking New York should please nature lovers and history buffs alike.

$16.95

ImagesOfAmericaAlexandraBay.jpg Images of America: Alexandria Bay Images of America: Alexandria Bay. Alexandria Bay reveals a place that is blessed with extraordinary natural beauty, great fishing, fine resorts, and myriad entertainments. Located in the heart of the Thousand Islands, Alexandria Bay-a preeminent tourist destination for vistors from all nations. Positioned on the St. Lawrence River, the natural border between Canada and the United States. Surveyed as a potential shipping port in 1804, the area was not settled until after the War of 1812. The business of tourism, which to this day constitutes the primary occupation of the village.

$19.99

ImagesOfAmericaAroundThreeMileBay.jpg Images of America: Around Three Mile Bay Images of America: Around Three Mile Bay. Settled in 1810 and 1820 Three Mile Bay, is located just below the Canadian border, the hamlet located in Jefferson County in the township of Lyme. The bay, tucked in a small concave valley, is linked to Lake Ontario, which flows into Chaumont Bay, Three Mile Bay, and then branches off into small flowing creeks. Early photographs show the levels of surrounding bodies of water, especially Three Mile Creek, as being extremely higher than those of today.

$19.99

ImagesOfAmericaGreaterSyracuse.jpg Images of America: Greater Syracuse A Twentieth-Century Album Onondaga Historical Association Images of America: Greater Syracuse A Twentieth-Century Album Onondaga Historical Association. The Syracuse area has always had its own distinct character, defined in early years by its salt manufacturing, and in later years by its railroads, architecture, diverse industry, and great sports moments. In the early 1900s, like many American communities, greater Syracuse was transformed by the arrival of the automobile, the influx of new immigrants, and the changes brought about by the widespread availability of electricity. This book compiles a photographic album depicting the Syracuse area's progress throughout the 1900s.

$18.99

ImagesofAmericaPerintonFairportandTheErieCanal.jpg Images of America: Perinton, Fairport, And The Erie Canal Images of America: Perinton, Fairport, And The Erie Canal. The opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 saw the rise of Western New York as the gateway to the West. The ease and economy of shipping by canal brought commerce and factories to many communities along the canal's route. Hundreds of rare photos included throughout the book.

$21.99

ImagesOfAmericaSacketsHarbor.jpg Images of America: Sackets Harbor Images of America: Sackets Harbor. Sackets Harbor is ideally situated on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario in upstate New York, Sackets Harbor today is a mecca for pleasure boating, sports fishing, and relaxation, Sackets Harbor has been dubbed a "hidden treasure." Between 1801 and 1816 Sackets Harbor provides a unique history of a notable community.

$18.99

ImagesOfAmericaSkaneateles.jpg Images of America: Skaneateles Images of America: Skaneateles. Drawing visitors from all over the world, Skaneateles is known as one of the most beautiful and cleanest lakes around, and for years Skaneateles Lake and the town of Skaneateles have served as the eastern gateway to the Finger Lakes, Many of the early homes and buildings have been well maintained and are recognizable today. From the mid-1800s to the 1970s, the town changed little from when it was first settled in 1794.

$19.99

ImagesOfAmericaSyracuse.jpg Images of America: Syracuse Onondaga Historical Association Images of America: Syracuse Onondaga Historical Association. With Syracuse, readers can explore the architecture, lifestyles, landscapes, and transportation modes of this city from before the Civil War to the mid-1970s. Other intriguing discoveries include a series of views showcasing the lost mansions of James Street, images of the main line New York Central Railroad tracks that ran through the middle of downtown for one hundred years, and scenes of the former salt manufacturing industry which once defined Syracuse as it is still known today-"The Salt City." Over 200 photographs in this many have never been published before, have been drawn exclusive photograph archives maintained by the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA). Operating both as a public museum and research center, OHA serves as Syracuse and Onondaga County's primary historical agency.

$18.99

MohawkRegionWaterfallGuide.JPG Mohawk Region Waterfall Guide Mohawk Region Waterfall Guide

$15.95

MountainBikingEasternNewYork.jpg Mountain Biking Eastern New York, 2nd Edition Seventy-Four Great Rides from North Jersey and Long Island to the Adirondacks Mountain Biking Eastern New York, 2nd Edition Seventy-Four Great Rides from North Jersey and Long Island to the Adirondacks. American hunting path; and plan your own escape on rides through Westchester County where American Revolu-tionary forces marched and fought for freedom.

$16.95

NewYorkStateSplendor.JPG New York State Splendor New York State Splendor. Explore western New York's waterfalls and whirlpools, The Finger Lakes glens and fog-shrouded lakes, Central area farms and the Catskill's white sandstone cliffs. View the Hudson Valley's ornate gardens, and fall scenery along the Hudson River. Tour large parks and gardens in New York City and spectacular beaches, lighthouses, and wildlife refuges on Long Island. Visit tempting county roads and castles in the 1000 islands. view rugged beauty of the Adirondack Mountains with spectacular waterfalls and vistas. Enjoy this mosaic of moods and majesty that is New York State Splendor.

$24.95

PostCardHistorySeriesAroundCooperstown.jpg Postcard History Series: "Around Cooperstown in Vintage Postcards" Postcard History Series: "Around Cooperstown in Vintage Postcards". Best known for the Hall of Fame of Baseball, Cooperstown and the Otsego Lake area are rich in history and this heritage remains in tact. You will not find any fast-food restaurants or chain stores here. The uniqueness of Cooperstown is majority of the original buildings are still in use, serving as small shops, offices, banks, and other businesses. This book illustrates stunning images together with narrative to tell the story of their home.

$19.99

PostCardHistorySeriesSkaneatelesLake.jpg Postcard History Series: "Skaneateles Lake" Postcard History Series: "Skaneateles Lake" Skaneateles Lake means "long lake". The lake is over fifteen miles long with a depth of three hundred fifty feet and for over a century it was thought to be the purist body of water in the world.

$19.99

RememberingNewYorksNorthCountry.jpg Remembering New York's North Country: Tales of Times Gone By Remembering New York's North Country: Tales of Times Gone By. With vast wilderness, rugged terrain and extreme temperatures, New York's North Country is not for the faint of heart. In Remembering New York's North Country, the author celebrates the enduring strength, heroism and intrepidness of the souls who have called this territory home. This book weaves historical facts and tales of the human condition.

$21.99

SandersFishingGuide1WesternNewYorkEditionIncludingLakeErieandLakeOntario.JPG Sander's Fishing Guide 1 Western New York Edition: Including Lake Erie and Lake Ontario Sander's Fishing Guide 1 Western New York Edition: Including Lake Erie and Lake Ontario Covering the Counties of: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming. This chart guide covers boat launch sites, stream conditions, techniques, stocking information, species information, access sites, special regulations, over 100 pages of maps and much, much more!

$19.95

SeaWayTrailLighthouses.JPG Seaway Trail: Lighthouses 4th Edition Seaway Trail: Lighthouses 4th Edition. The scenic Seaway Trail and its historic lighthouses on the trail, 504 miles in length, follows four major waterways in upstate New York and Pennsylvania-Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. The Seaway Trail, already America's longest designated National Recreation Trail for mixed travel uses, became one of America's Byways in September 1996. The Seaway Trail is suitable for driving, motorcoach touring, bicycling, and pleasure boating. Conveniently accessible to the New York State Canal Recreastionway system, boaters can reach and explore the Seaway Trail from any of the Great Lakes as well as from New York City and Montreal.

$5.95

SentinelsInTheStreamLighthousesOfTheStLawrence.JPG Sentinels in the Stream: Lighthouses of the St. Lawrence River Sentinels in the Stream: Lighthouses of the St. Lawrence River. Sentinels in the Stream, highlights the rugged beauty of the river and its lighthouses, on the shores, shoals and islands of upstate New York and Ontario and Quebec. Each lighthouse is profiled with its unique history, architectural highlights, and stories of shipwrecks and rescues. This book features forty-three exceptional lights of the St. Lawrence River, from the charming Thousand Islands to the breathtaking Gulf of St. Lawrence.

$19.95

StLawrenceUniversity.jpg St.Lawrence University: The Campus History Series St. Lawrence University: The Campus History Series. St. Lawrence University was founded in 1856, and remains the oldest continuously coeducational institution of higher learning in New York State. St. Lawrence University looks back at a history that includes industry pioneers, government leaders, a law school, Madame Curie, the SS St. Lawrence Victory, movie stars, and sports legends.

$19.99

SummersontheSaranacs.JPG Summers on the Saranacs Summers on the Saranacs

$24.95

TakeaHikeFingerLakesRegion.JPG Take A Hike Family Walks in New York's Finger Lakes Region by Rich & Sue Freeman Take A Hike Family Walks in New York's Finger Lakes Region by Rich & Sue Freeman Walk the Finger Lakes Region with ease and confidence. Each trail is GPS mapped for accuracy. Directions and GPS coordinates are given for easily locating trail head parking. With this guidebook you'll know the length of the hike, difficulty of the terrain, variety of uses allowed, type of trail surface, markings to look for, and even if your dog is welcome to hike with you for each of the 68 trails. This guide promises to reveal the undiscovered beauty of the Finger Lakes Region with many recently built trails. Take a hike today!

$19.95

TheAdirondackBookIncludingSaratogaSpringsAGreatDestinationbyAnnieStoltieandElizabethFolwell.JPG The Adirondack Book Including Saratoga Springs A Great Destination by Annie Stoltie & Elizabeth Folwell Sixth Edition The Adirondack Book Including Saratoga Springs A Great Destination [Explorer's Guides] by Annie Stoltie & Elizabeth Folwell Sixth Edition This completely updated guide book includes: History, Lodging, Dining, Culture, Recreation, Shopping, Transportation & more. The authors offer unbiased critical opinions and candid reviews of the region. Soft cover book 367 Pages

$18.95

TheAdirondacksbyHeilman.JPG The Adirondacks by Heilman [Hard Cover] The Adirondacks by Heilman [Hard Cover]

$16.95

TheAmericanWoodenRunabout.JPG The American Wooden Runabout by Anthony S Mollica, Jr. The American Wooden Runabout by Anthony S. Mollica, Jr.

$33.99

ErieCanalExploringNewYorksGreatCanals.JPG The Erie Canal: Exploring New York's Great Canals; Includes Oswego, Cayuga-Seneca & Champlain Canals The Erie Canal: Exploring New York's Great Canals; Includes Oswego, Cayuga-Seneca & Champlain Canals. The story of the 363-Erie Canal, completed in 1825, is a tale of achieving the impossible. This first water link between the Atlantic seaboard and the Great Lakes was a marvel: it opened new vistas, changed lives, and forever changed New York State and the entire Nation. Today, the Erie Canal has been rediscovered, reenergized, and declared a National Heritage Corridor. It takes boaters, bikers, and walkers back in time to a slower, more reflective era even as it connects small New York towns with the waterways of the world. Each chapter details the area's history, lodging, restaurants, culture, recreation, and shopping with an emphasis on key historic sites, museums, attractions, and parks. As in all Great Destinations guides, this book has more than 100 photographs and many detailed maps help you plan a memorable trip.

$19.95

TheLegendOfChriscraft3rdEdition.JPG The Legend of Chris-Craft 3rd Edition by Jeffrey L Rodengen The Legend of Chris-Craft 3rd Edition by Jeffrey L. Rodengen

$94.99

TheThousandIslandsPostcardHistorySeriesTheAntiqueBoatMuseum.JPG The Thousand Islands Postcard History Series: The Antique Boat Museum The Thousand Islands Postcard History Series: The Antique Boat Museum Located in Clayton, in the heart of the Thousand Islands, The Antique Boat Museum is the preeminent freshwater nautical museum in North America. The museum collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets boats and other objects related to the history of boating and the contributions of the St. Lawrence River region to North America's boating history. The museum collections include over 300 watercraft of all types and sizes, thousands of artifacts relating to boating history, significant archives of pleasure boating-related material, and nearly 3,000 antique postcards of the Thousand Islands.

$21.99

TheWayWeWereNewYork.jpg The Way We Were: New York Nostalgic Images of The Empire State The Way We Were: New York Nostalgic Images of The Empire State. The Way We Were: New York recaptures what life was like in the Empire State in years gone by. Rare period images document the state's main attractions and its changing infrastructure, home life, sports scene-and those harder-to-categorize qualities that make New York State so special.

$19.95

TrailsWithTalesHistoryHikes.jpg Trails With Tales: History Hikes through the Capital Region, Saratoga, Berkshires, Catskills & Hudson Valley Trails With Tales: History Hikes through the Capital Region, Saratoga, Berkshires, Catskills & Hudson Valley. Thirty nature treks, selected for their natural, stand-alone beauty, are enhanced by tangible silhouettes of a fascinating past, from early Native Americans and Colonial settlers to the Industrial Revolution and Victorian-era grand hotels. Hikes to waterfalls, mountains, escarpments, lakes, sculpted rocks, ponds, rivers, islands, caves, balanced rocks, geysers, and deep gorges while visiting the sites of famous battles of the Revolutionary War, ghostly industrial ruins, a Moorish-style castle, views and vistas made world-famous by America's greatest painters, vanished Shaker communities, great estates of the "Gilded Age," a working lighthouse, and "New York's Mount Rushmore."

$17.95

TreesOfNewYork.JPG Trees Of New York Field Guide Trees Of New York Field Guide. Make tree identification in New York even more enjoyable, easier, more informative and productive. This book contains 118 species-only New York trees! No need to look through dozens of photos of trees that don't grow in New York. Easy to use thumb tabs show leaf type and attachment, fact-filled, containing the information you want to know, compare feature shows average tree height compared with a two-story house. Full page color photos with corresponding full-page descriptions.

$13.95

VintageCanalsandWaterwaysofNortheastAmerica.jpg Vintage Canals & Waterways of Northeast America (DVD) Vintage Canals & Waterways of Northeast America (DVD). This DVD is about a dream trip through the little known waterways of North Eastern America. The boat is a 46' Cape Cod Picnic boat that was used in the movie 'Absence of Malice' staring Paul Newman and Sally Field. Absence of Malice was filmed off Miami in the early 1980's. The journey started following a route outlined as Paul Newman and Sally Field parted company at the end of the movie. When Sally asks Paul, "Where are you going?", Paul replies, "North east, up the waterway to the Hudson, you can go clear to Canada from there."

$15.99

westernAdirondackNYFishingMapGuide.jpg Western Adirondacks New York State Fishing Map Guide Western Adirondacks New York State Fishing Map Guide. Includes lakes and streams for the following counties: Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida and St. Lawrence. Also, includes Contour fishing maps, access information, detailed road maps, fish stocking and census, GPS grids on larger lakes, and inside fishing information.

$24.95

WesternGreatLakesLighthousesMichiganandsuperior.JPG Western Great Lakes Lighthouses Michigan and Superior Western Great Lakes Lighthouses Michigan and Superior. A guide to the most significant lighthouses on Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. Through stirring historic accounts and stunning color and archival photographs, the stories of more than sixty towers come alive in vivid detail. Each light-from Point Betsie Light on eastern shore of Lake Michigan to Whitefish Point Light on the southeastern reaches of Lake Superior tell tales of survival. Discover the rich history behind these majestic sentinels and learn more about visiting them.

$19.95

WildlifeImagespftheAdirondacksbyEricDresser.JPG Wildlife Images of Adirondacks by Eric Dresser [Hard Cover] Wildlife Images of Adirondacks by Eric Dresser [Hard Cover]

$24.95

1111newyorkstateeriecanalditchopenedanation.jpg New York State Erie Canal Book - The Erie Canal: The Ditch that Opened a Nation The Erie Canal: The Ditch that Opened a Nation by Dan Murphy is full of many interesting facts and history of the Erie/Barge Canal including pictures. Softcover 84 pages. Also a great nautical christmas gift or nautical stocking stuffer!

$9.99

1111newyorkstateeriecanalbookfingerlakesregion.jpg New York State Erie Barge Canal Book-The Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes Region The Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes Region - The Heart of New York State by Emerson Klees and photography by C.S. Kenyon includes the history of the Erie Canal before and during its construction, 8 stories of life on the canal, a brief description and history of the villages along the canal, plus much more! Softcover 218 pages. Also a great nautical christmas gift or nautical stocking stuffer!

$17.00