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Smith's Clove: The Early History of the Village of Monroe, New York Paperback – July 6, 2015
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About the Author
Cornelia Wendell Bush is the former President of the Heritage Preservation Committee of Monroe, Vice President of the Town of Monroe Historical Society, and served on the Village of Monroe’s Architectural Appearance Review Board, Planning Board, and Centennial Committee. She also served as the National Co-Chairman for Marking & Preservation of Historic Sites of the National Society Colonial Dames XVII Century, headquartered in Washington, DC. Cornelia was subsequently sworn in as the sixth Orange County Historian, and is the first woman to hold the Office. She is the six-greats granddaughter of David Smith, first settler of Smith’s Clove, the present-day Village of Monroe. She graduated from the University of Virginia, Thunderbird/The American Graduate School of International Management, the nonprofit management program of Duke University, the Publishing Institute of New York University, and is a life member of Phi Sigma Iota International Honor Society. She is active in hereditary societies as a means of honoring her ancestors and preserving historic sites and structures.
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