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Celebrating the 19th Amendment Centennial with Coline Jenkins
Why does the William G. Pomeroy Foundation fund historic roadside markers?
The Headless Horseman and Ichabod Crane
Who Is The Real Natty Bumppo?
40 Years After The Miracle
Abolitionist Sojourner Truth escaped slavery in 1826 on what would become known as her “Walk to Freedom.”
Spirits Of Sacrifice
Al Smith, FDR And The Progressive Movement
H.G. Hotchkiss established a successful peppermint oil company in Lyons, N.Y. His product won international awards.
Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormon Church, married Emma Hale during the winter of 1827 in Afton, N.Y.
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