This Week’s Top New York History News


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2 thoughts on “This Week’s Top New York History News

  1. Ellen Apperson Brown

    I have published four articles on Adirondack Almanack concerning John S. Apperson, Jr. and his efforts to preserve and protect the Adirondack Forest Preserve, especially at Lake George. I am wondering if it might be possible to have them reprinted here. The latest one ( August 14th) concerned Warwick Carpenter, who was fired from his job as Secretary of the Conservation Commission in 1921…because he spoke out against abuses and mismanagement. This seems like an important slice of NY history to me. Thanks. Ellen

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