Jones, Pomroy. Annals and Recollections of Oneida County. Rome [NY]: Published by the Author, 1851. First Edition. 
Faded blindstamped cloth, 9 x 6 inches, corner tips worn through, some fraying at the spine ends, end papers hinges weak and wobbly. xvi., 893 pp. End papers pasted over with newspaper clippings, including 3 obituary notices of the Rev. Albert Barnes, Jr., who was a native of Rome, Oneida Co. (1870). Also of Judge Hiram Denio (1871); Mrs. Denio (1886), several Wright family members. With the calling card of Ebenezer Kellogg Wright, whom we believe was the owner of this volume. Other ephemera laid or pasted in, including pieces regarding the National Park Bank of New York, of which Wright was Cashier, and later President. The ephemera pasted in does not affect any text. Good. Hardcover.
The Wrights and the Denios were related by marriage. According to one of the obituaries, the first Ebenezer Wright settled in the Rome, NY, area in 1789, then 47 years of age. He had been a Lieutenant Colonel in the continental army during the Revolutionary War and settled near Fort Stanwix in Rome, then still inhabited by Indians. Their homestead was said to be the first permanent log cabin dwelling erected in the area after the Revolution.
There is an insert of the Act of Incorporation of the American Historical Society. Ebenezer Kellogg Wright (the owner of this book) was one of the founders.
No. 3041 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "A very helpful study with considerable material on Finney's revival work as well as details on Emerson Andrews, Jedediah Burchard, Orson Parker and Jacob Knapp."
The author collected oral and written account from the first settlers of the county and their children. Included are Philo White, the son of Judge White, one of two first settlers in the area. Also that of Joseph Blackmer, Esq., Lydia Parkman (who moved to Westmoreland in 1790). He made use of the history by Joshua V. H. Clark, Esq., of Manlius; two lectures by William Tracy, Esq.; two lectures by Hon. O. S. Williams; a number of "anniversary sermons" preached in the County which gave details of local history; and "a native of Oneida county, born in the year 1789, and not once having changed his residence."
Besides the county in general, and the Indians, there are histories of the following towns and villages - Annsville, Augusta, Ava, Boonville, Bridgewater, Camden, Deerfield, Florence, Floyd, Kirkland, Lee, Marcy, Marshall, New Hartford, Paris, Remsen, Rome, Sangerfield, Steuben, Trenton, Utica, Vernon, Verona, Vienna, Western, Westmoreland, and Whitestown.