Out Windham Way

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Out Windham Way

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Nearly forty years ago Larry Tompkins — a seventh-generation resident of Greene County’s mountaintop community — began collecting photographs, ephemera, memorabilia, and knowledge of the history of the townships of hidden away in the Catskill Mountains deep in the western part of Greene County. in this photographic history, Mr. Tompkins heavily features Windham, Prattsville, Ashland, the hamlets of Big Hollow (Maplecrest) and Hensonville, and their outlying settlements such as East Windham, Union Society, Red Falls, Brook Lynne, and North Settlement. Drawing sources from a personal collection that has grown to become one of the most important records of life in the Catskills, this remarkable book will invariably please those both deeply familiar with or just newly introduced to rural western Greene County and the rich heritage it claims.

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