The Hudson Valley: The First 250 Million Years: A Mostly Chronological and Occasionally Personal History (Paperback)
From the dinosaurs and the glaciers to the first native peoples and the first European settlers, from Dutch and English Colonial rule to the American Revolution, from the slave society to the Civil War, from the robber barons and bootleggers to the war heroes and the happy rise of craft beer pubs, the Hudson Valley has a deep history. The Hudson Valley: The First 250 Million Years chronicles the Valley's rich and fascinating history and charms. Often funny, sometimes personal, always entertaining, this collection of essays offers a unique look at the Hudson Valley's most important and interesting people, places, and events.
David Levine is a freelance writer and editor. He is the author, co-author or ghostwriter of six sports books, including Life on the Rim (Macmillan) and In the Land of Giants (Little, Brown). He currently writes about lifestyle and general interest topics--from history and business to beer and baseball--as a contributing writer for Hudson Valley, Westchester, and 914Inc magazines. He lives in Albany, NY, with his wife, Kimberly, daughter, Grace, and faithful dog, Sadie.