75 Years Later, NY Native Recalls Japan’s Surrender Aboard U.S.S. Missouri | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
On September 2, 1945 the hostilities of World War II ended when Japan’s formal surrender was signed aboard the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay. Aboard that ship 75 years ago was Bob Kennedy, a native of New York’s Steuben County who now lives in Saratoga Springs. WAMC’s Jim Levulis, the producer of A New York ..read more
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75 Years Later, NY Native Recalls Japan’s Surrender Aboard U.S.S. Missouri | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
On September 2, 1945 the hostilities of World War II ended when Japan’s formal surrender was signed aboard the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay. Aboard that ship 75 years ago was Bob Kennedy, a native of New York’s Steuben County who now lives in Saratoga Springs. WAMC’s Jim Levulis, the producer of A New York ..read more
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The Inspirations Behind The Headless Horseman And Ichabod Crane | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
In the third episode of our series: Legends and Lore of the Empire State, A New York Minute In History explores the inspirations behind Washington Irving’s “Headless Horseman” and “Ichabod Crane.” The Village of Sleepy Hollow lies along the eastern banks of the Hudson River about 25 miles north of New York City. If you ..read more
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The Inspirations Behind The Headless Horseman And Ichabod Crane | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
In the third episode of our series: Legends and Lore of the Empire State, A New York Minute In History explores the inspirations behind Washington Irving’s “Headless Horseman” and “Ichabod Crane.” The Village of Sleepy Hollow lies along the eastern banks of the Hudson River about 25 miles north of New York City. If you ..read more
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75 Years Later, NY Native Recalls Japan’s Surrender Aboard U.S.S. Missouri | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
On September 2, 1945 the hostilities of World War II ended when Japan’s formal surrender was signed aboard the U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay. Aboard that ship 75 years ago was Bob Kennedy, a native of New York’s Steuben County who now lives in Saratoga Springs. WAMC’s Jim Levulis, the producer of A New York ..read more
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Who Is The Real Natty Bumppo? | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
In the second episode of our series: Legends and Lore of the Empire State, A New York Minute In History explores the mystery of the inspiration for Natty Bumppo, one of the most recognizable characters from James Fenimore Cooper’s Leatherstocking Tales series. A trip to Hoosick Falls wouldn’t be complete without a drive down Main ..read more
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Who Is The Real Natty Bumppo? | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
In the second episode of our series: Legends and Lore of the Empire State, A New York Minute In History explores the mystery of the inspiration for Natty Bumppo, one of the most recognizable characters from James Fenimore Cooper’s Leatherstocking Tales series. A trip to Hoosick Falls wouldn’t be complete without a drive down Main ..read more
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The Inspirations Behind The Headless Horseman And Ichabod Crane | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
In the third episode of our series: Legends and Lore of the Empire State, A New York Minute In History explores the inspirations behind Washington Irving’s “Headless Horseman” and “Ichabod Crane.” The Village of Sleepy Hollow lies along the eastern banks of the Hudson River about 25 miles north of New York City. If you ..read more
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Remembering The Greatest Generation | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
75 years after the end of World War II, the ranks of the so-called Greatest Generation are dwindling. Among those still able to tell their stories, is Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stewart Jr. Turning 96 on the Fourth of July, Stewart was a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen and is featured in National Geographic’s coverage of ..read more
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Remembering The Greatest Generation | A New York Minute In History
A New York Minute In History
by Devin Lander & Don Wildman
2y ago
75 years after the end of World War II, the ranks of the so-called Greatest Generation are dwindling. Among those still able to tell their stories, is Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stewart Jr. Turning 96 on the Fourth of July, Stewart was a member of the famed Tuskegee Airmen and is featured in National Geographic’s coverage of ..read more
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