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<u>A History of the Cardiff United Methodist Church</u>
A History of the Cardiff United Methodist Church
Edited by Rev. Don L. Moody, 1952. Revised & reprinted in 2002. 
 
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<u>Apulia Station, Birthplace of Cultivated Ginseng</u>
Apulia Station, Birthplace of Cultivated Ginseng
     Made available with the permission of the authors, Bill & Joanne Casey
(Fabius Historical Society).
 
 
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<u>Diary of Burdett G. Gowing for the year of 1886</u>
Diary of Burdett G. Gowing for the year of 1886
     Mr. Burdett was a Civil War veteran in the U.S. Navy and retired in 1895 with the rank of Lieutenant-Commander. Many interesting tidbits in his diary including some genealogy. 
 
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<u>Diary of Henry G Oaks, 1857</u>
Diary of Henry G Oaks, 1857
     Henry G Oaks was the son of Stephen Oaks and Experience Goodell. Born 1817, Died _?_. Married Louisa Rudd in 1838 at LaPort City, Indiana. Has some account information he kept and a diary from Apr 1857 - Sep 1857. States he refers to: New York, Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Indiana.

     He includes some genealogy information, headstone transcriptions and very interesting stories about his family and the Revolutionary war.

     The diary was transcribed as written so there are many spelling errors. Gets easier to read with practice :)
 
 
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<u>Diary of John Howard, 1889-1899</u>
Diary of John Howard, 1889-1899
     One of the most interesting reads we've had at the historical society in a really long time. This was originally just a diary from an unknown author but after presenting crucial information found in the diary in the Southern Hill News, the mystery was eventually solved.

     Other Articles Related to this Diary (all links open new window/tab):
          Account Pages in the Diary
          Index to People & Places in the Diary
          A Dictionary of Old Terms used in the Diary
          Articles submitted to the Southern Hills News (asking for help & then, receiving it)

 
 
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<u>Elizabeth Call and the Art of Cheesemaking</u>
Elizabeth Call and the Art of Cheesemaking
Made available with the permission of the authors, Bill & Joanne Casey (Fabius Historical Society). 
 
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<u>Fabius, LaFayette & Tully Histories</u>
Fabius, LaFayette & Tully Histories
     Excerpts from "Onondaga; or Reminiscences or earlier and Later Times." Written in 1849. 
 
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<u>Henry Willis' Letter to His Sister, Adelle</u>
Henry Willis' Letter to His Sister, Adelle
     Henry Willis has moved to Chapter Oak, CA by 1903. He tells of preachers, finding work & hearing President Roosevelt speak. A short letter but a snapshot in time. 
 
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<u>History & Records of the Baptized Church of Christ in Vesper, 1815-1915</u>
History & Records of the Baptized Church of Christ in Vesper, 1815-1915
Early history, meetings, members & the business of the Vesper Baptist Church.  
 
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<u>History of Cowles Settlement</u>
History of Cowles Settlement
     Made available with the permission of the authors, Bill & Joanne Casey (Fabius Historical Society). 
 
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<u>History of the Apulia Congregational / Baptist Church</u>
History of the Apulia Congregational / Baptist Church
     Made available with the permission of the authors, Bill & Joanne Casey
(Fabius Historical Society). 
 
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<u>History of the Town of Tully</u>
History of the Town of Tully
     Submitted by Kathy Crowell
     From Onondaga's Centennial, Gleanings of a Century.. Dwight H. Bruce (ed.), Boston History Co. Pub., 1896, Vol. I, pp. 889-904
 
 
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<u>History of Tully Valley (aka Bailey History of Christian Hollow)</u>
History of Tully Valley (aka Bailey History of Christian Hollow)
Written by Emmett E. Bailey. Includes index. 
 
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<u>Indian Names in New York</u>
with a Selection from Other States, and Some Onondaga Names of Plants, Etc.
Indian Names in New York with a Selection from Other States, and Some Onondaga Names of Plants, Etc.
William Beauchamp, S.T.D.
Fayetteville, 1893 
 
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<u>Memories of the Train Depot & the D.L. & W. Railroad</u>
Memories of the Train Depot & the D.L. & W. Railroad
     Written by Lois Patterson, a former Town of Otisco Historian.  
 
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<u>Mortuary Records with Genealogical Notes</u>
of the Town of Spafford, Onondaga Co., NY
Mortuary Records with Genealogical Notes of the Town of Spafford, Onondaga Co., NY
by Captain George Knapp Collins
pub by Onondaga Historical Association, 1917 
 
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<u>Murdered young Irishman finally found his friends</u>
Murdered young Irishman finally found his friends
     A Syracuse Herald American Stars Magazine article by Bob Peel on the tragic death of William Farroll in Tully.
     The details of his death are now a part of the town's history and are inseparable.
 
 
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<u>Peter Murray Manuscript, 1865</u>
Peter Murray Manuscript, 1865
     Long, detailed manuscript composed of poems, riddles, puzzles and news stories direct from the newspapers of the time. Included is a detailed history (romantic) of William Wallace, a Scottish knight and leader of the Scottish rebellion against the English.

     This is an eclectic and interesting collection of stories and facts. Though over 100 pages, there'll be something in it to catch your eye.
 
 
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<u>Roscoe & Ella Case Farm History</u>
Roscoe & Ella Case Farm History
     Made available with the permission of Bill & Joanne Casey (Fabius Historical Society).
     Article itself was written by Roscoe & Ella's granddaughter, Jane.
 
 
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<u>Rules for Teachers, 1872</u>
Rules for Teachers, 1872
     Think your job has strict requirements - read this list of rules for teachers from 1872. Written by a New York City Principal. 
 
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<u>The Stevens-Wheaton-Hamilton Historic Home History (Fabius)</u>
The Stevens-Wheaton-Hamilton Historic Home History (Fabius)
     Made available with the permission of the authors, Bill & Joanne Casey (Fabius Historical Society).
     This house was built between 1820-1830 by Henry Stevens whose wife, Tryphena Jerome was related to Winston Churchill's mother.
     The article is an interesting genealogy of a house that still exists.
 
 
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<u>Tully School History, 1852</u>
Tully School History, 1852
"An interesting Letter From a Former Pupil of Tully's School in 1852." Original article was published in the Tully Times, June 1, 1895.