All books are paperback unless otherwise stated.
The Bridges of Lordville, Wellington Lester. Contains many photos and illustrations. After attempts by Pennsylvania businessmen to obtain approval for a bridge between the communities of Equinunk and Lordville, John Lord, Chauncey Gardner, and Alva I. Lord of Lordville finally raised the capital for the Lordville and Equinunk Bridge Company. The Roebling Bridge Company, under the direction of Washington Roebling in New Jersey and E. F. Farrington on the job site, managed to open the first Lordville bridge on January 1, 1870. Two more would be built. An intricate tale of the three bridges spiced with thoughts about the users of the bridge, events of everyday life, and uncommon events.
Item # 100
Holt! T'Other Way!: Second Edition, Leslie C. Wood. A rollicking true saga about the raftsmen's travels up and down the upper reaches of the East and West Branches of the Delaware River and the Lackawaxen River to the main branch of the mighty Delaware. Daniel Skinner; Boney Quillen, stopovers, barrooms, rattlesnakes, jokesters, pugilists, preachers, mountain religion, fiddlers, square dancing, railroaders, hoss-traders, trotting horse men, Fannie Read, the Livingston Case, and much more!
Item # 110
John the Knight who came to Stockport, Lucile P. Howell. An amazing story woven around John Knight, the eleven-year-old lad who came to Stockport with Samuel Preston. The late Mrs. Howell weaves family tales around the many generations to the present time.
Item # 120
The Winding Delaware: Second Edition, Pierre DeNio. First published in serial form in The Hancock Herald in 1972 and 73, and now in book form, DeNio talks about the upper East and West Branches of the Delaware River, the first settlers in each valley, battles, the Old Mine Road, Fannie Read, Sam Preston and his gristmill, barkers and tanners, rafting, blacksmiths, oxen, horses, Tom Quick, playing at law, Quillen, home industries, planks and rails, the anti-rent revolt, acid factories, bluestone, a changing role for the Delaware, genealogy of the DeNoyon (DeNio) family.
Item # 130
Once Upon a Memory, The Upper Delaware (Vols. I, II & III). These books bring to life our local lore along the Delaware. Some stories were written following interviews of older folks. Some people wrote their family stories. The Hill family, Equinunk Manor, Irving Dix, the Union Sugar Story, Zane Gray, the Naming of Cadosia, those amazing Snyder Boys, the Alexander Calder Family of Equinunk, the Country Doctor, Lordville Days, and much more!
Item # 140 (Vol I)
Item # 142 (Vol III)
Item # 141 (Vol II)
Item # 143 (3 Vol Set)
Stockport on the Delaware: Fourth Edition, Elizabeth Lotterer. Mrs. Lotterer lived at Stockport Station, New York in her early years. For the remainder of her lifetime she kept a scrapbook of her childhood scene on both sides of the Delaware River. She relates the history of the settlement from its inception.
Item # 150
Samuel Preston 1789-1989 From Buckingham to Buckingham. Samuel Preston, surveyor and land agent for Henry Drinker, first saw the Tockpollock (Stockport) area on the Delaware River on November 3, 1788. Sometime during 1789, he became a joint and equal partner with Drinker in the acquisition and development of lands in the area around Stockport, Equinunk Manor in (then) Northampton County, Pennsylvania, and in the area of Cookhouse (Deposit), New York. The book contains the exact field notes written by Preston in 1789, excerpts from correspondence between Preston and Drinker, and considerable information on the related Pitcher and Randall families.
Item # 160
Damascus Manor, Alsup Vail Tyler. Written by Tyler in the 1920's, published in 1936, and republished by Equinunk Historical Society in 1986. We first hear about Damascus Manor in 1755 when Joseph Skinner and Moses Thomas came from Connecticut to Cushetunk on a tour of investigation. It is probable, however, that Thomas came much earlier. In a few years, there were more Connecticut people in this area along the Delaware. It seems that there are many descendants of those early Connecticut settlers still within the confines of Damascus Manor, or very near to it.
Item # 170
History of Wayne County, Phineas Goodrich (Hard Cover). Originally published in 1880, this reprint is fully indexed. If you have no other history of Wayne County, this one is a must have and at a bargain price.
Item # 180
Grand Army of the Republic, Wellington Lester. Booklet of the G.A.R. Post #340 at Equinunk and some of the local men of the Civil War.
Item # 190
At Home with Friends, Cassette tape and CD by popular local group Steve Jacobi and Fiddlin' Around featuring Irish, Scottish and bluegrass music.
Item # 200 (Cassette)
Item # 201 (CD)
Elizabeth Creek, CD by Steve Jacobi and Fiddlin' Around featuring old time fiddle tunes played on fiddle, guitar, banjo, piano, accordion and acoustic bass.
Item # 202
Heirloom Recipes, Published by Equinunk Historical Society. Contains a reprint of the popular 1985 edition, long sold out, and a section of newly acquired local family heritage recipes.
Item # 210
Clara Gillow Clark Children's Books. Six wonderful children's books written by area native Clara Gillow Clark (great gifts for your child or grandchild).
Annie's Choice, Clara Gillow Clark. Living in the 1920s, Annie must decide whether to go on to high school or stay at home to help her family.
Item # 220
Nellie Bishop, Clara Gillow Clark. Nellie struggles to survive in the rough-and-tumble world of a Pennsylvania canal town.
Item # 221
Willie and the Rattlesnake King, Clara Gillow Clark. Fed up with life on the farm, thirteen-year-old Willie Bishop dreams of joining a traveling medicine show.
Item # 222
Hill Hawk Hattie, Clara Gillow Clark. Hattie, only 11, and her father heal differences as they raft logs down the Delaware River with her dressed as a boy to avoid detection.
Item # 223
Hattie On Her Way, Clara Gillow Clark. Hattie spends time with her grandmother and learns there is a mystery surrounding her grandfather's disappearance as she learns to live in the genteel society in which her mother grew up.
Item # 224
Secrets of Greymoor, Clara Gillow Clark. In this 19th century mystery a spunky girl strives to decipher a code in order to recover her family's lost fortune.
Item # 225
Bridges Over The Delaware River, A History of Crossings, by Frank T. Dale. A fascinating book chronicling thirty-five of the most historic bridges crossing the Delaware which have served the residents of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York for almost two centuries.
Item # 230