Trails, Sails and Rails
History of Sterling-Fair Haven
Where the Trails, Sails, and Rails Met on the Shores of Lake Ontario in the Nineteenth Century
by Raymond T. Sant
For the first time in over 40 years Ray Sant’s History of Fair Haven and Sterling has been reprinted. Over 600 pages of stories and photos.
This limited edition is now available at the following locations and by mail.
The Front Porch Gift Shop on Main Street in Fair Haven
Fair Haven Village Hall on Cayuga Street
Sterling Town Hall in Sterling Center on State Route 104A
By mail, $29.95 + $6.50 shipping and handling (with tracking number).
Make your check payable to the Sterling Historical Society and mail to
Sterling Historical Society
P. O. Box 114
Sterling, NY 13156
Please consider purchasing a copy of this book for the Fair Haven Library, Red Creek school libraries, Hannibal school libraries, New York State library, Cayuga County Historian’s office, or the Auburn Public Library History Room.
Buy copies for your parents and grandchildren before their gone. Tell your friends.
You can view example pages from Trails, Errata: click here for a
Sails and Rails below and you can see the printable correction page to
complete index to this book here. place in your copy of the book.
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