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Walter Dumaux Edmonds was born in Oneida County New York in the town of Boonville NY - actually it is Hawkinsville. He graduated from Harvard and returned home to Boonville where his first book was written - Rome Haul, (1929) which is all about the Black River Canal and the Erie Canal. He then went on to write The Big Barn about Lyons Falls (1930), Erie Water again about the canal (1933), Mostly Canallers - Erie canal again (1934), Drums along the Mohawk (1936), Chad Hanna about Canastota and the canal (1940), The Matchlock Gun about life in early New York near Guilderland, Hudson Valley, Albany area (1941), Young Ames (1942), Tom Whipple - about a boy from Westernville (1942), Two Logs Crossing - trapping in the Adirondacks (1945), In the Hands of the Senecas (1947), The Wedding Journey - erie canal (1947), The First Hundred Years - Oneida Community (1948), Wilderness Clearing - Little Falls area in early NY (1949), Cadmus Henry - Rare Civil War book (1949), Mr. Benedict's Lion (1950), They Fought with What they Had - The story of the Army Air Force in the Southwest Pacific (1951), Corporal Bess - great bird dog book (1952), The Boyds of Black River - Boonville Hawkinsville Alder Creek area (1953), Hound Dog Moses and the Promised Land - Hawkinsville and Adirondack area dog (1954), Uncle Ben's Whale - extremely rare book (1955), They Had a Horse - early life in the Amsterdam area (1962), Three Stalwarts (1962), The Musket and the Cross - early New York and Indian attacks (1968), Time to Go House - about his home called Northlands in Hawkinsville when it is left empty in winter time (1969), Seven American Stories (1970), Wolf Hunt - Cherry Valley area (1970), Beaver Valley - an environmental statement book (1971), The Story of Richard Storm - Tug Hill, Madison County and Oneida County area (1974), Bert Breen's Barn - heartwarming story about Boonville (1975), The Night Raider - Boonville area and Erie Canal (1980), The South African Quirt (1985), and lastly Tales My Father Never Told Me (1995). All are great books. The Mohawk Valley, Erie Canal and Boonville NY are major themes of Walter Edmonds

V. Joe 13:26, 16 January 2007 (UTC)

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