This Weeks Top New York History News

  • A Proposed Federal Scanning Commission
  • Harlem Landmark May Be Rehabilitated
  • 2 Civil War Pensions Still Being Paid
  • Mark Schaming Named NYS Museum Director
  • MANY Issues FY 2012 Museum Strategic Priorities
  • New Pressures to Track History Ph.D.s
  • AHA Begins history Curriculum Project
  • Jackie Papers Released by JFK Library
  • Controverisal Art Dealer Robert Hecht Dies
  • Kodak to Stop Making Cameras
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