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Burr's Atlas (Published 1839, c 1829)The New York History Blog has a tough time being seen on Facebook, a major driver of traffic. Take a minute to like our Facebook page and share one of our posts (like this one). Help us boost our presence on Facebook, and help boost awareness of New York State’s history at the same time!

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About The New York History Blog

New York State has one of the richest histories in the United States, a tremendous opportunity for education, economic development, and creating links to our shared past.

The New York History blog, now in its fifth year, hopes to offer an opportunity to collaborate and connect history lovers and history professionals in order to help foster a sense of shared mission and purpose among New York historians of every stripe.

Our audience are those interested in New York’s history, including lay people interested in learning more about the history of the state, history professionals interested in keeping up with what others around the state are doing, educators and academics interested in making connections to state and local history, and those concerned with historic resources more generally.

This site is the work of 20 contributors from around the state and across disciplines.

Questions, comments, and concerns should be directed to the editor John Warren.

 

3 thoughts on “Support The New York History Blog on Facebook

    1. John WarrenJohn Warren

      The internet is a two-way street. This site promotes thousands of local web pages and organizations each year.

      Very few return the favor. Maybe you could be one of them.

      Thanks for reading,

      John Warren

      Reply
  1. Sylvia L. Bosworth

    preparing a money-making event to support our historical society—need human-interest stories relating to the building of canal system in New York State—songs, first-hand stories from builders, families, etc.—sources, please.

    Reply

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