Weekly New York History Blogging Round-Up

  • Adirondack Musing: Fort Montgomery, Rouses Point [Photos]
  • Wonder And The Wooden Post: The House The Vanderbilts Built
  • Patell and Waterman’s History of NY: Public historian
  • Ephemeral New York: Queens Housewife Gets Electric Chair
  • Confessions of a Preservationist: Fulsome Frank Lloyd Wright Frenzy
  • Berne, New York: Update on Albany Hilltowns
  • American Folk Art: Joseph Hidley and The Burning of Troy
  • HULIQ: Where Do U.S. Presidents Stay in NYC?
  • Dance Advantage: Ballet — Its Origins and History
  • HNN: Tweeting History
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