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We invite you to listen to the only known audio recording of his 1962 speech on the centennial anniversary of the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, and access educator resources about Dr. King and the Civil Rights movement.
This knockout episode tells the tale of an illegal boxing match that drew thousands to the 19th Century no-man's-land that was Boston Corner, a.k.a. "Hell's Acres."
Calling all 6th-12th grade teachers and students! Discover how to make your own history at this year's Capital Region History Day competition on March 18, 2023.
Briefly on view at the Museum in 2020, the exhibition closed early due to Covid-19. The lenders generously agreed to allow these works to be exhibited online indefinitely, giving viewers the chance to explore the exhibition at their leisure.
Looking for easy-to-access educational activities, videos, and resources for your kids, students, or even just for yourself? Visit this educational one-stop-shop webpage based on NYSM research and collections.
The NYS Office of Cultural Education has created the NYS COVID-19 Documentation Initiative website to help statewide organizations document, share, and support one another throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The New York State Board of Regents (“the Regents”) charters museums in New York State as educational corporations and has governing authority over these incorporated organizations. Orgranizations with questions regarding deaccession regulations can review this document or contact Chartering.