Nestled in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, Sidney has hummed with economic and industrial activity since its founding by Rev. William Johnston in 1772. Over the years, the town has been home to a silk mill, glassworks, cheese factory, car factory, and many other businesses. Notable figures such as New York State Police captain Daniel Fox, actor Tom Mix, newspaper editor Arthur Bird, and even Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt have lived in or spent time in the town. Today Sidney's civic buildings, places of worship, recreational haunts, and transportation routes continue to reflect the town's long, dynamic history. Traced within the pages of this book, a poignant collection of historical photographs chronicles the town's evolution through the 19th and 20th centuries, and on through the devastating flood of 2006.
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