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dc.contributor.authorTaft, Grace Ellis
dc.descriptionThis item was scanned as part of the Cornell University Library New York State Historical Literature Collection which consisted of digital surrogates for materials that were part of a joint study involving Digital Preservation between Cornell University and the Xerox Corporation. Begun in 1990, a process was developed where brittle and decaying books were digitally scanned, using prototype equipment co-developed by Cornell and the Xerox Corporation (the CLASS scanner) and stored as 600dpi, bitonal TIFF images, compressed with ITU Group 4 compression, on digital platters on an EPOCH "jukebox" digital server. Facsimiles of these books were generated and the books were returned to the shelves. The images were available online using specially-developed clients in Unix, MAC and PC platforms. These clients were developed at Library Technology at Cornell University by William Turner III, David Fielding and Chris Stuart.en_US
dc.descriptionBecause of the nature of this item, it could not be processed using Accessibility tools. A text transcript has been provided for accessibility.en_US
dc.description.abstractA history of the Cayuga Indians.en_US
dc.publisherBenton Harbor, Mich.: Antiquarian pub.en_US
dc.subjectHistory--New York (State)en_US
dc.titleCayuga notesen_US

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