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This episode of the podcast Someone Lived Here explores Sailors’ Snug Harbor on Staten Island, for more than a century a charity ..read more
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Camp Woodland was founded in 1939 by a group of idealists inspired by the New Deal who put American democracy into practice by creating an ..read more
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The Schoharie County Historical Society and the Animal Shelter of Schoharie Valley (ASSV) have announced a celebration of all things cats ..read more
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This week on The Historians Podcast our guest is Sherri Cash, history professor at Utica College, who talks about the ginseng root, which ..read more
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The Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation is set to host the second of two special presentations on Broadway in the 1970s on Monday, ..read more
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Are you glad to see this weekly link list? Do your part my making a contribution to keep the New York History Blog publishing. Use the ..read more
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The new book City of Workers, City of Struggle: How Labor Movements Changed New York (Columbia University Press, 2019), edited by Joshua ..read more
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On October 9th, 1777, Nathaniel Bacheller, a militia adjutant from New Hampshire, wrote a letter to his wife, Suzanna. It was discovered ..read more
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The Oneida County Historical Hall of Fame, begun in 1946, has named six individuals to the Richard W. Couper ‘Living Legends’ class of ..read more
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Registrations are now open for the National Park Service Network to Freedom Underground Railroad Training in Niagara Falls, set for ..read more

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