We’re happy to say that with the availability of these Neversink Downloads, we’ve completed the migration from CD-ROMs to exclusively downloads!
“Old Neversink” was our all-time best-selling CD-ROM, and, appropriately, it was the last to completely migrate to our modern world of downloads.
In that connection, we are very happy to again make available to you the following four items from the Old Neversink CD-ROM:
Eugene Cross 1910 Diary with index. See the Old Neversink page
Child’s Gazetteer extract for Neversink, with index. See the Old Neversink page
Neversink Genealogy with index. See the Old Neversink page
Quinlan’s History of Sullivan County extract for Neversink, with index. See the Old Neversink page
Considerably more information about each of these is available on the Neversink page, so rather than simply say it again here, please have a look there!
Included in these four downloads are two Neversink excerpts from larger publications of ours, Child’s Gazetteer of Sullivan County, and Quinlan’s History of Sullivan County. Some people have mentioned to us that these excerpts are easier to handle than the file representing the full book, and that they are happy to have them available to work with in this form. They’re short enough to print out, if you are more comfortable working from paper (as many of us secretly are!)
And, if you haven’t looked at our Neversink offerings recently, you might want to take a peek anyway — we have several items that we’ve added since the CD-ROM first came out that may be of interest to you. (Needless to say, we do hope you will check out these four Neversink downloads while you are there!)
To the Neversink page!