Catalog Record: Yennycott folks : an historical romance of the pioneer days of Long Island, touching upon such well-known families as the Hallock, Terry, Yonges, Horton, Tuttle, Salmon, Conkelyne, Goldsmith, Moore, Akerly, Booth, Herbert, Benjamin, Miller, King, Brown, Elton, Case, Tucker, Wines, Haynes, Corey and Payne families | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Yennycott folks : an historical romance of the pioneer days of Long Island, touching upon such well-known families as the Hallock, Terry, Yonges, Horton, Tuttle, Salmon, Conkelyne, Goldsmith, Moore, Akerly, Booth, Herbert, Benjamin, Miller, King, Brown, Elton, Case, Tucker, Wines, Haynes, Corey and Payne families / by Metta Horton Cook.

Main Author: Cook, Metta Horton.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : J.S. Oglivie Publishing Company, c1910.
Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life > New York (State) > Long Island > Fiction.
Note: Photographic frontispiece with portrait of author and photographic plates facing p. 32, 64, 96, 112 and 120.
Copyright date from verso of t.p.
Also issued with subtitle: The planting of Southold.
Physical Description: 128 p., [6] leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
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