Who is Alf Evers?
Alf Evers was an American historian who lived in Ulster County, New York for much of his life and wrote lengthy, definitive histories of the Catskills and Woodstock, serving the latter as town historian. At the time of his death his history of Kingston was nearly complete and awaited publication.
- born on (110 years ago) in New York
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Hamilton College
- profession: Historian
- died on (11 years ago)
- written works: "Treasure of Watchdog Mountain", "Kingston", "Woodstock", "In Catskill country", "The Catskills", "Ga-Gack, Das Wunderkind", "Little Bobo and his blue jacket", "There's no such animal", "The Brave Little Steam Shovel", "The deer-jackers", "Bobby's happy day", "The Baldhead Mountain Expedition", "Abner's cabin", "The baby bunny", "The goose who played the piano", "The Little Engine That Laughed"
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