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A Visit with Mimmie: Catskill Mountain Recipes (2013, Gully Brook Press)

Kindle version of above publication

It's A Wonder We Didn't Get Drownded (2010, Kaatskill Life)

Christmas Paper (2006, The Daily Freeman)

Education: Reflecting Our Society? (2002, 2004, 2006, Thomson-Gale)

Sirius (2002, NYC Port Authority)



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One Room Schools by Gina Giuliano, PhD

Castleton's Bungalow Houses by Gina Giuliano, PhD




Castleton's Bungalow Houses celebrates these humble dwellings though a literature survey that includes Gustav Stickley's Craftsman and case studies of homes in an upstate New York town. Generously illustrated with color photographs, Castleton's Bungalow Houses is both scholarly original research, and written in a lively and accessible manner. Arts and Crafts enthusiasts will find this book to be a valuable addition to their libraries, as will anyone with interest in regional history and home decorating.

Author Gina Giuliano has a Ph.D. in education and a Master of Public Administration degree, but her bachelor's degree is in U.S. History, a discipline that is her passion and one focus of her research, writing and volunteering. Dr. Giuliano's work has been published in The Roswell Literary Review, Kaatskill Life, The Daily Freeman and her book Education: Reflecting Our Times, was published by Gale Group.






The Battles of Saratoga, by Gina Giuliano, PhD





West Shokan: Eden of the Catskills by Elwyn Davis (1930) 1998 reprint
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West Shokan: Eden of the Catskills is a charming old booklet, written in 1930 by Elwyn Davis for the Ladies Aid Society of the Olive-Shokan Baptist Church, and published at that time by Ahrens Press. This edition is a reprint, created in 1998 by Gina Giuliano.

"Squire" Elwyn Davis (1890-1976) was a self-educated gentleman who had a lifelong interest in local history, and for many years he covered West Shokan events in a newspaper column.

Gina Giuliano has a Ph.D. in education and a Master of Public Administration degree, but her bachelor's degree is in U.S. History, a discipline that is her passion and one focus of her research, writing and volunteering. Dr. Giuliano's work has been published in The Roswell Literary Review, Kaatskill Life, The Daily Freeman and her book Education: Reflecting Our Times, was published by Gale Group.


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