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The new book "The Women of Corning: The Untold History from Settlement to Present" delves into the rich past of a small but vibrant town in upstate New York to reveal the critical - but often untold - role that women have played in shaping the community. Written by Geoffrey Kabaservice - with a foreword by Amo Hougton Jr. - this is a narrative that spans centuries and is as entertaining as it is informative. It chronicles local women in war and peace, depression and prosperity, work and leisure, and disasters and triumphs. From Mary West Niles to Katherine Houghton Hepburn, it follows the progress of women throughout American history but focuses on the unsung heroes who made the community of Corning what it is today.
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