This Weeks New York History Web Highlights

  • Alice Miner Museum: A Sampling of Platters
  • Ephemeral NY: Secret Tragedies of Defunct Midtown Hotel
  • Brooklyn Historical: Adrian Vanderveer Martense’s Lantern Slides
  • Dick Eastman: Explaining Second Cousin Once Removed
  • Don Rittner: Rensselaer Co Should Save Troy Library
  • The Beehive: The Hoosac Tunnel
  • Old Salt Blog: The USS Hornet Project
  • Historian: Canada Won War of 1812
  • Occupy the AHA: Demand a WPA Writers’ Project
  • Outtakes: Groups Spar Over Lake Placid Train
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