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Teacher of the Year Nominations Due Move to Common Core Assessments Begins Online Brooklyn Photo Archive Launched Manhattan Project’s Safferstein Dies Exhibit Shows Mary Cassatt, Printmaker Exhibit Revisits ‘A Harlem Family’ 8M NY Probate Records Go Online Former Hospital to Mark 100 Yrs Yaddo Named National Landmark Museum Transfers Large Mural

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Oneida Co Black History Exhibit College Scorecard Database Online British Slave Owner Data Online Horse Racing Hall of Fame Finalists Study Estimates 2.2M Trail Users Seward House Painting Being Sold Census Drops Term “Negro” Museum Artifacts Destroyed in Fire Draft Social Studies Framework Posted NYS Teachers Suing State

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NYS Teachers Suing State RR Freight Service Begins 2.2M Users on 14 NY Trails Emma Willard School Marks 200 Yrs Voters May End 300-year-old Village Historic Church Being Taken Apart SUNY Canton President Resigns 1855 NYS Census Goes Online NYS Musem Exhibits Washington Address Anniversary of 1763 Treaty of Paris

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NYS Musem Exhibits Washington Address Anniversary of 1763 Treaty of Paris Troy: 33 Years Without A Historian Uncle Sam Statues to Grace Troy Adirondack Historian Williams Retires Credit Sought For Free Online Courses Celebrating Black History in NYS Progress in Closing Erie Canal Trail Gaps Preservation League Praises Schumer REI CEO Nominated Interior Secretary

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Celebrating Black History in NYS Progress in Closing Erie Canal Trail Gaps Preservation League Praises Schumer REI CEO Nominated Interior Secretary Preserve NY Grants Available Saratoga NHP Celebrates 75 Years Canajoharie Loses Historic Beech-Nut Sign Regional Meeting Talks Historical Tourism NYC National Archives Reopens Classic Invention Portrait Donated

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Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch Dies DEC Stresses Access New State Lands Landmark RR Building Revived Cuomo Bets On Academic Research Historic Chuirch Sold for Demolition Stanley Karnow Is Dead at 87 DEC Plan for Former Finch Lands Unveiled Grants for Museum Advancement AHA Launches Adjunct Project 100 Years, A World of Oysters

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DEC Plan for Former Finch Lands Unveiled Grants for Museum Advancement AHA Launches Adjunct Project 100 Years, A World of Oysters Cuomo Unveils Budget Plan Battle Over Historic RR Corridor Conservatives Chip Away At Sandy Aid Police Find Loaded 1700s Cannon New Lawsuit Over Watervliet Church Writers Institute’s Spring 2013 Series

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Battle Over Historic RR Corridor Conservatives Chip Away At Sandy Aid Police Find Loaded 1700s Cannon New Lawsuit Over Watervliet Church Writers Institute’s Spring 2013 Series Mohawks Seek Indigenous Solidarity No One Elected to Baseball Hall Ticonderoga Sawmill Replica Planned OSI Acquires Marion River Carry 8 Canal Dams May be Rebuilt

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New Mathematics Museum Opens Preservationist Lenore Norman Dies Cyndi’s List Files Lawsuit Fmeinist, Historian, Gerda Lerner Dies AHA Annual Meeting Underway Mohawk International Bridge Protest Cuomo Furious About Sandy Aid Historian-Assemblyman McEneny Retires Court Rules Against Saving Church 1814 Relic Stored in Whitehall Shed

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Scarsdale Doctor Killer Dies More Mohawk Gaming Arrests Harness Racing Museum Burglarized Pike’s Cantonment Marks 200 Yrs Bushmaster Maker Remington Being Sold Separate SUNY Presidencies Preserved Farm Bureau Opposes Rooftop Highway 1800s Archeology Find in Utica $165M UAlbany Expansion Approved Call for New Urban Research Each Friday morning New York History compiles for our readers […]

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Bushmaster Maker Remington Being Sold Separate SUNY Presidencies Preserved Farm Bureau Opposes Rooftop Highway 1800s Archeology Find in Utica $165M UAlbany Expansion Approved Call for New Urban Research Conservation Center Opening in Brooklyn Fiscal Cliff: Ed Facing Millions in Cuts Destruction of Historic Church Approved Military Museum Opens G.I. Joe Exhibit

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Call for New Urban Research Conservation Center Opening in Brooklyn Fiscal Cliff: Ed Facing Millions in Cuts Destruction of Historic Church Approved Military Museum Opens G.I. Joe Exhibit South St Seaport Museum Reopening 1812 Museum Seeks Battle Mural School Funding Not Meeting Court Order Scenic Railroad Has A Good Year Civil War Battle Observed by […]

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US Gov Pledges Native Sacred Site Protection North Country Chamber Marks 100 Yrs CCC Students Protest Layoffs New Glimpses of the Twin Towers’ Past Proposed Atomic Historic Sites Raise Ire Students Seize Cooper Union Room in Protest First Freight in 23 Yrs Set to Roll Mohawk Land Sold at Auction Campout to Mark Pike’s Cantonment […]

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Campout to Mark Pike’s Cantonment War of 1812 Pension Digitization Funded Lawsuit in Ganienkeh Mohawk Case Utica Railroad Meeting Divided Archives Trust Honors Ken Burns U.S. Defends Mohawk Land Claim Ft. Ticonderoga Reports Growth Green-Wood Damaged by Storm Historic Kinderhook Bbuildings Destroyed Mohawk Seek Land-Claim Settlement Each Friday morning New York History compiles for our […]

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Mohawk Seek Land-Claim Settlement Historic Church Will Be Torn Down NYG&B Elects Two New Fellows New State Archives Accessions Peter Stuyvesant, Glowing and Glowering Historians React to Florida Proposal Storm Jeopardizes Building’s Survival Sandy Reveals Shipwrecks Archives Theif Loses Museum Job Schenectady Cutting Historian Position Funds Each Friday morning New York History compiles for our […]

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Sandy Reveals Shipwrecks Archives Theif Loses Museum Job Schenectady Cutting Historian Position Funds Museums on Lookout for Theft State Archives Issues Weather Alert Unfinished 9/11 Museum Is Flooded Statue of Liberty Closed Indefinitely Richard Current, Civil War Historian, 100 Troy Initative Taps Uncle Sam Nominations Woman of History Sought Each Friday morning New York History […]

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State Archives Issues Weather Alert Unfinished 9/11 Museum Is Flooded Statue of Liberty Closed Indefinitely Richard Current, Civil War Historian, 100 Troy Initative Taps Uncle Sam Nominations Woman of History Sought Adirondack RR To Offer Pullman Service County Selling Siezed Mohawk Land Adk Museum Creating Master Plan Historic Ti Hospital Being Demolished Each Friday morning […]

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Nominations Woman of History Sought Adirondack RR To Offer Pullman Service County Selling Siezed Mohawk Land Adk Museum Creating Master Plan Historic Ti Hospital Being Demolished Art Museums Report On Sandy 200 People At Railroad Rally New Evidence For Henry Johnson Stake Parks Seek Outdoor Rec Partners Conference on NYS History Announced Each Friday morning […]

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Stake Parks Seek Outdoor Rec Partners Conference on NYS History Announced Four Freedoms Park Opens APHNYS 2013 Meeting Announced State Museum to Sponsor ‘Adirondack Day’ New Pullman Train Service Proposed 1878 Edison Audio Unveiled New Evidence Honors Henry Johnson George McGovern Dies at 90 Indian Activist Russell Means Dies Each Friday morning New York History […]