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Syracuse Open

A NEH/Mellon Humanities Open Book Project

Thanks to a grant program jointly sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Syracuse University Press has been able to make select out-of-print books in the humanities available again by re-creating them as free, Open Access e-books. Projects selected for Syracuse Open include backlist titles from our Irish Studies series and important books of regional interest. These e-books may be accessed here or through the Syracuse University Libraries institutional repository.

The Humanities Open Book Program is part of the National Endowment for the Humanities’ agency-wide initiative The Common Good: The Humanities in the Public Square, which seeks to demonstrate and enhance the role and significance of the humanities and humanities scholarship in public life. In addition to making these books available, this new collaborative effort between NEH and Mellon will also better define the costs and benefits of digitizing out-of-print scholarship and making it available, at no charge, to the general public

Through Povertys Vale Through "Poverty’s Vale" A Hardscrabble Boyhood in Upstate New York, 1832-1862
Henry Conklin
288 pages, 23 black and white illustrations
978-0-8156-0117-3    |    Paperback $19.95    |    1975

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Bennetts New York Herald and the Rise of the Popular Press Bennett’s New York Herald and the Rise of the Popular Press
James L. Crouthamel
214 pages
978-0-8156-2711-1    |    Paperback    |    1989

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House of Refuge: Origins of Juvenile Reform in New York State House of Refuge: Origins of Juvenile Reform in New York State, 1815-1857
Robert S. Pickett
240 pages
978-0-8156-2736-4    |    Paperback    |    1969

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Industrial Development and Irish National Identity Industrial Development and Irish National Identity, 1922-1939
Mary E. Daly
224 pages
978-0-8156-2719-7    |    Paperback    |    1992

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Joseph Ellicott and the Holland Land Company Joseph Ellicott and the Holland Land Company: The Opening of Western New York
William Chazanof
6 x 9, 252 pages, 1 black and white illustration
Paperback $19.95    |    978-0-8156-0161-6    |    1979


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Moses Hazen and the Canadian Refugees in the American Revolution Moses Hazen and the Canadian Refugees in the American Revolution
Allan S. Everest
232 pages
978-0-8156-0432-7    |    Paperback    |    1976

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Scholar in the Wilderness Scholar in the Wilderness: Francis Adrian Van der Kemp
Harry F. Jackson
368 pages, 4 black and white illustrations
978-0-8156-0440-2    |    Paperback    |    1963

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