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Gaines, N. Y. Centennial Committee.
Gardiner, James T. (James Terry), 1842-1912.
- Uses of a topographical survey to the State of New York. A report to the American Geographical Society, by James T. Gardner. New York, January 26, 1876. (1876)
Gebhard, Elizabeth Louisa, 1859-1924.
Geddes, George, 1809-1883
- Origin and history of the measures that led to the construction of the Erie canal... Written at the request of the Buffalo Historical Society, by George Geddes. 1866 (1866)
General Society of Mechanics and Tradesman of the City of New York. 1785 [ - ] 1914.
- Historical sketch and government of the General Society of Mechanics and Tradesman of the City of New York. (1914)
Gerard, James W. (James Watson), 1823-1900
- Lady Deborah Moody. A discourse delivered before the New York Historical Society, May 1880, by James W. Gerard. Published by permission of the author by F. B. Patterson (1880)
- The old streets of New York under the Dutch. A paper read before the New York historical society, June 2, 1874 (1875)
- Public speeches, delivered at the village of Buffalo, on the 6th and 8th days of July, 1812, by Hon. Erastus Granger, Indian agent, and Red Jacket, on of the principal chiefs and speakers of the Senaca nation, respecting the part the Six nations would take in the present war against Great Britain. (1896)
Granger, Gideon, 1767-1822.
- The address of Epaminondas [pseud.] to the citizens of the State of New York. (1820)
- The address of Epaminondas [pseud.] to the citizens of the State of New York. [Different Printing] (1820)
Gray, David, 1836-1888.
- "The Charles Lamb of Buffalo." Memoir of Guy H. Salisbury, first secretary of the Buffalo Historical Society--paper read before the society March 7, 1871 (1906)
- The last of the Kah-Kwahs. Read before the Society, March 13, 1863. (1863)
Greenwood, F. W. P. (Francis William Pitt), 1797-1843.
- A sermon delivered at the ordination of the Rev. William Parsons Lunt, as pastor of the Second Congregational Unitarian Society in the City of New York, June 19, 1828. (1828)
Griffis, William Elliot, 1843-1928
- Arendt van Curler, first superintendent of Rensselaerwick, founder of Schenectady and the Dutch policy of peace with the Iriquois [!] By Wm. Elliot Griffis, D. D. A paper read before the Albany institute, November 18, 1884 (1887)
- Millard Fillmore and his part in the opening of Japan. An address delivered before the Buffalo Historical Society ... December 15, 1905, by Wm. Elliot Griffis ... (1906)