This Weeks Top New York History News

  • 1940 US Census Records to be Free
  • Canada Digitizes Canada Gazette (1841-1997)
  • Former Archives Employee Pleads Guilty
  • Fredric Remington 150th Birthday
  • 19th Cent Quarry Preservation Effort
  • Adirondack Library Acquired by Union College
  • Dylan Paintings Draw Scrutiny
  • Bateaux Below Founder Retiring
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