Amy's first nonfiction book is about the history of her home town, Ballston Spa NY. Ballston Spa is in the middle of two towns, the Town of Ballston, and the Town of Milton. She is currently working on research. Later, this page will be updated and have digital resources that can be downloaded by others that may be interested in a historical town and its surrounding areas.
Ballston Spa is currently the border of two towns, the town of Ballston and the town of Milton. It is an area within Saratoga County, in upstate NY. Ballston Spa has its village, and outskirts that outline Ballston and borders Saratoga Springs.
It used to be distinguished by being called Ballston Centre. Before its incorporation in 1807, Ballston Spa was referred to as Ballston, (shortened from Ball’s Town), Ballston Springs, Bath, Springs, never really called Ballston Spa. Ballston Spa has its village, but its town and history have so many stories on how it got started, and when people realized how special this area is and was. Small hamlets or towns may have been forgotten, or the only thing that remains is a simple sign, such as Factory Village. Other hamlets are now just street names, such as the East Line hamlet. Bloodville and Craneville is long gone, and today, many would be surprised to know the infamy of the Old Iron Springs, and its healing mineral waters. Those waters still run, but not as vast as they did, and some forgot about them, and head north to Saratoga Springs, where they can enjoy, if they have a taste for it, the mineral water that pours from various fountains and salt banks.
Books coming soon.
These books are those unforgotten books, but I managed to find them in digital format, which had the books scanned in. These books are rare, and if you find a hard copy, you're lucky. (I have two print books of these books).
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