Van Deusen/Kosinski Collection

James Delbourgo.
A Most Amazing Scene of Wonders: Electricity and Enlightenment in Early America. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2006. ix + 367 pp. ISBN 0-674-02299-8, $29.95 (cloth)

Thomas Gale appears in 1790 and 1800 census for Minisink, Orange County

Thomas Gale, of Minisink, appears in the New York volume for Orange County, New York of will testators, Volume NY-36-F-380

Thomas Gale Annual Report of the State Historian 590 New York Colonial Muster Rolls, 1664-1775, Vol. I

Thomas Gale appears in NY Land Records of 1765 for NY and Ulster NY
Calendar of the N.Y. Colonial Manuscripts indorsed Land Papers - Extracts,
Weed, Parsons & Co., Albany, 1864, Page 379

Thomas Gale appears living in Goshen NY in 1775
American Archives (Series), 1774-1777 - Excerpts, Peter Force, Washington, DC, Page 590

In 1746, Thomas Gale is left 5 shillings in the will of Hancock Jackson, of Goshen NY.

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1 Title page
2 Preface
13 Chapter 1 - Animal and Vegetable Electricity
26 Chapter 1 - Astronomical
70 Chapter 2 - Of the Conductors
   97 Chapter 3  [Medical Conditions]   People and Links   Theory Links
242 Chapter 4  [Equipment]   Equipment Links
277 Thoughts on the Times
Electricity, or Ethereal Fire, Considered is presented here for historical purposes only, and should not be interpreted as medical advice.


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