This Weeks Top New York History News

  • April Named Jazz Appreciation Month
  • Dig Uncovers War of 1812 Evidence
  • Free Access to French-Canadian Records
  • Price Chopper Will Demolish Watervliet Church
  • Ancestry Offers WWII Content Free in April
  • Scarsdale Cudner-Hyatt Decision on Hold
  • Kenneth Libo, Immigrant Life Scholar Dies
  • Smoke-free Zones at Historic Sites, Parks
  • Titanic Wreck Gets Unesco Protection
  • Sculpture Stolen From Historical Society
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