An Adirondack Carry by John J. Duquette

Dr. Albon Mann (A Physician of Large Practice) by Neil B. Yetwin

The Mann Homestead and Families by Marge Malark

The History of Political Divisions of Franklin County & the Origin of the Old Military Turnpike by Daniel Gilmore

Not Worth a Dam?  by Louis J. Simmons

The Industrial Press by Marshall H. Desnoyers

Antiquing in Franklin County (A Brief History) by Patricia Rogers

The Worth of Women in the Pre-Industrial Age by Edward S. Tattershall

Life in the North Woods. Dr. Wm. Seward Webb's Nehasane by Mary Ann Tallon

The Birth and Life Expectancy of the St. Regis Canoe Area by Karen Smith

Volume 26  (1989)


A Tribute to All Review Editors On Behalf of the Society

Victuals Recipes from the Editor

Queen of the May(Part I & II) by Ellen Tennyson & Mary Ann Tallon

From Sawmill to Main Street by John J. Duquette

The Weather Observer by David F. Werner

Colonial Airlines (A Hope for Progress 40 Years Ago) by Pete Peterson

Hot Diggity Dog Reporter Learns Glazier's Secret HotDog Recipe by Joe LoTemplio

The New Town Hall (The Story Behind the Building) by Jeanette Hotchkiss

A Nail for Your Thoughts?- The Strange Story of US Coins by Barbara Susan Cross

Wiliam Spooner's Spoonerisms by Sally Bowman

Volume 27  (1990)


History of WICY by "Mike" Tackley

Eagle Flies Its Nest by "Mike" Tackley

A Sunmount Story  by John Stock

Early Settlers on the Indian Carry by Janet P. Decker

A Utica-Malone Railroad Trip Remembered 1943-1988 by Carl B. Leland

The Kushaqua Catch by Blanche Whitney Kloman

Franklin County Tourism by Neil Seymour

Another Look at the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights by David W. Minnich

A Perspective on Malone's 1990 News by Malone Chamber of Commerce

Franklin Owl by The Genealogy Department

Cemetery Locations

Volume 28  (1991)


History of the Northwest Bay-Hopkinton Road by Mary MacKenzie

An Early Account of Life in Franklin County by Charles Brumley

E.L. Trudeau Grows the Tubercle Bacillus: Pioneer American Medical Science in Franklin County  by Mary B. Hotaling

Hired Men by James M. Meagher, Jr.

More on Archimedes Russell, Architect of Malone's "Queen of the May" by Mary B. Hotaling

Franklin Owl by Anne Wolfe

Volume 29  (1992, 1993, 1994)


The Connectors of the Rutland Railroad in NYS SUNY Potsdam by Arthur L. Johnson

Interviews of Retired and Active Railroad Workers done at Malone, NY on March 27, 1979 by Arthur L. Johnson, SUNY POTSDAM

A Quiet, Shrewd and Industrious Politician, Warren T. Thayer and His Times by Greg Cook

As I Remember Peddling Milk in a Small Village 1926-1943 by Janet C. Turner

Owl's Head Saga by Anne Delisle, 1992

Saranac Lake's Man and His Music by Dorothy LaBelle

The Duane Methodist-Episcopal Church by Linda Biesemeyer

Ice Harvesting on the Farm by James M. Meagher

Volume 30  (1995)


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