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Our Most Popular Stories In 2014


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Here are the most popular stories published on The New York History Blog in 2014

N-Y Historical Society To Open 1914 Time Capsule by Editorial Staff
Replica Half Moon May Move To The Netherlands by John Warren
NYS Library Clearing Thousands of Items From Stacks by John Warren
Remembering Ancestors: Evolution of American Cemeteries by Peter Feinman
A Good Story: The Lifeblood of a Public Historian by Taylor Stoermer
The NYS History Commission Roundtable by Peter Feinman
Cultural Heritage Fail: The American Revolution in NYS by Peter Feinman
Debunking The ‘French Fort’ On Albany’s Castle Island Stephen T. McErleane
Researcher Pinpoints 1614 Albany Fort Location by Editorial Staff
American Revolution: Trouble at Poughkeepsie and Peekskill by Brian Barrett

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