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- Narrative of Colonel Samuel Blakeslee, a defender of Buffalo in the war of 1812.
by Blakeslee, Samuel, b. 1759 (1905)
- Narrative of early years in the life of Judge Augustus Porter. Written by him in 1848 for the Young men's association of Buffalo; the manuscript subsequently deposited with the Buffalo Historical Society. Now first published.
by Porter, Augustus, 1769-1849. (1904)
- Narrative of the expedition of the Marquis de Nonville, against the Senecas, in 1687, tr. from the French, with an introductory notice and notes. By Orsamus H. Marshall.
by Denonville, Jacques Rene' de Brisay, marquis de, d. 1710. (1848)
- A narrative of the late revivals of religion, within the bounds of Geneva Presbytery.
by Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. Presbyteries. Geneva. (1832)
- Narratives of early mission work on the Niagara frontier and Buffalo creek.
by Severance, Frank H. (Frank Hayward), 1856-1931. (1904)
- Nathan Kelsey Hall. Paper read before the society, March 30, 1874. By Hon. James O. Putnam.
by Putnam, James O. (James Osborne), 1818-1903. (1896)
- The nation and the church congratulated. A sermon preached on the day of general thanksgiving, November 27, 1851, in the church of the Rev. Dr. McLeod, New York.
by Crawford, John Agnew. (1851)
- The National Free soil comvention of '48. Held in Buffalo. Paper read before the society, January 7, 1878. By John Hubbell.
by Hubbell, John, 1819-1880. (1896)
- National character. A Thanksgiving discourse, delivered November 15th, 1855, in the Franklin Street Presbyterian Church
by Burt, N. C. (Nathaniel Clark), 1825-1874. (1855)
- The natural, statistical and civil history of the state of New York (Volume 1)
by Macauley, James (1829)
- The natural, statistical and civil history of the state of New York (Volume 2)
by Macauley, James (1829)
- The natural, statistical and civil history of the state of New York (Volume 3)
by Macauley, James (1829)
- Navy Island and the first successors to the Griffon
by Howland, Henry Raymond, b. 1844. (1903)
- The need of a history of New York. United historical and patriotic societies and associations of New York. Pub. under the auspices of the Committee of nine
by United historical and patriotic societies and associations of New York. (1915)
- New Amsterdam, New Orange, New York, with chronological data.
by Darling, Charles W. (Charles William), 1830-1905 (1889)
- New Netherland in 1627. Letter from Isaack de Rasieres to Samuel Blommaert, found in the Royal library at the Hague, and transmitted by Dr. M. F. A. G. Campbell to the N. Y. historical society. Tr. from the original Dutch by J. Romeyn Brodhead
by Rasieres, Isaack de, b. 1595. (1849)
- New Sweden, or the Swedish settlements on the Deleware. Tr. from the original Swedish, by the late Nicholas Collin.
by Acrelius, Israel, 1714-1800. (1841)
- New York State Agriculture College. Charter, ordinances and regulations, 1853.
by New York State Agricultural College, Ovid. (1853)
- New York State Agriculture College. Charter, ordinances, regulations, and courses of studies. 1859.
by New York State Agriculture College, Ovid. (1859)
- The New York and Albany post road, from Kings Bridge to "the ferry at Crawlier, over against Albany," being an account of a jaunt on foot made at sundry convenient times between May and November, nineteen hundred and five, by C. G. Hine ...
by Hine, C. G. (Charles Gilbert), 1859-1931. (1906)
- New York illustrated.
by New York State Pamphlets (1869)
- New York in 1692. Letter from Charkes Lodwick, to Mr. Francis Lodwick and Mr. Hooker, dated May 20, 1692. Read before the Royal society of London. (Copied from the original in the British museum, for John Carter Brown, esq. of Providence, and by him communicated for publication.)
by Lodwick, Charles. (1848)
- The New York of yesterday; a descriptive narrative of old Bloomingdale, its topographical features, its early families and their genealogies, its old homesteads and country-seats, its French invasion, and its war experiences reconsidered in their relation to its first religious society, the Bloomingdale Reformed Church, organized in 1805. Incorporated 1806 as the church of Harsenville, by Hopper Striker Mott. With 78 illustrations, diagrams, and maps.
by Mott, Hopper Striker, 1854-1924 (1908)
- The New York state tourist. Descriptive of the scenery of the Hudson, Mohawk, and St. Lawrence rivers
by The New York state tourist. (1842)
- New York: the planting and the growth of the Empire state (Volume 1)
by Roberts, Ellis H. (Ellis Henry), 1827-1918 (1887)
- New York: the planting and the growth of the Empire state (Volume 2)
by Roberts, Ellis H. (Ellis Henry), 1827-1918. (1887)
- New York
by Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 (1918)
- The new home of the historical society in Delaware park
by Buffalo Historical Society. (1902)
- A Niagara Falls tourist of the 1817. Being the journal of Captain Richard Langslow of the honorable East India service.
by Langslow, Richard. (1896)
- The Niagara frontier landmarks association : [appendix to v.5 of the Buffalo Historical Society publications]
by Niagara Frontier Landmarks Association (1902)
- Niagara portage and its first attempted settlement under British rule.
by Howland, Henry Raymond, b.1844. (1903)
- Notes of Joseph Landon, a surveyor who reached Buffalo Creek in 1796, and settled here in 1806. From the original manuscript, written for the Buffalo Historical Society about 1863.
by Landon, Joseph, fl. 1796-1863. (1904)
- Notes of other days in Skaneateles, written for the Skaneateles democrat in 1876, by the Rev. Wm. M. Beauchamp.
by Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925. (1915)
- Notes on the literature of the war of 1812.
by Severance, Frank H. (Frank Hayward), 1856-1931. (1914)