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Bowler’s Brewery in Amsterdam


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The Historians LogoThis week on “The Historians” podcast Phillip Bowler of Burlington, Vermont, has tales of Bowler’s Brewery in Amsterdam, started in 1889 by his great grandfather, Harry Fitch Bowler. The brewery went out of business in the 1940s but the brewery building still stands on Route 5/West Main Street in Amsterdam. Phillip Bowler also discusses his own world travels. You can listen to the podcast here. Continue reading

Amsterdam’s Green Hill Cemetery


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The Historians LogoThis week “The Historians” podcast features Jerry Snyder of Historic Amsterdam League talking about their Ghosts of the Past Tours, which take place in Green Hill Cemetery Friday, Oct. 23 and Saturday, Oct. 24. Amsterdam’s Green Hill Cemetery, opened in 1858 and expanded in 1865, was designed by Burton A. Thomas, who also designed Vale Cemetery in Schenectady and Albany Rural Cemetery. Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/obudmore/bryan-mackfort-plain-museumthe-historianssunday-october-11-2015 Continue reading

75-Year-Old History Book Finally Published


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The Historians LogoThis week “The Historians” podcast features an interview with Dave Northrup, editor of the late Hugh Donlon’s book The Mohawk Valley (Mountain Air Books); Donlon wrote the book during the 1930s when he was a reporter and columnist for the Amsterdam Evening Recorder. You can listen here.

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