This Weeks Top New York History News

  • US Historian Paul Boyer Dies
  • John Brown Day Draws Crowd
  • bin Ladin Papers Going Online
  • Residents: Save Historic Watervliet Church
  • Group Promotes War of 1812 Walks
  • NEH Awards $17 Million in Grants
  • Navy Historical Programs &#8216-At Risk’
  • AHA Director Testifies on NEH Budget
  • Genealogy Sites to Merge
  • Restored Poe Cottage Wins Preservation Award
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