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Published July 27 | State History

The Gilder Lehrman Institute has named the 2018 History Teachers of the Year. The winners were selected based on their dedication to teaching American History, creativity and use of primary sources in the classroom. Read more...

Published July 27 | State History

This article originally appeared on the Museum of the City of New York website in July, 2018.

We may think of the Victorian era as a period of constraints on women’s lives, a time when middle-class ideas about femininity defined women by their roles as guardians of virtue and relegated...

Published July 27 | State History

This article originally appeared on the Oneida County History Center website in July, 2018.

Out selfie scavenger hunt returns this August! Explore Mohawk Valley history through this interactive, county-wide scavenger hunt. Grab your camera to learn about the people, places, and...

Published July 13 | State History

This article originally appeared on the Greater Hudson Heritage Network website.

The voices and stories of those who fall outside the narrative of 'dead rich white men' are still not often heard at historic sites. We think it's time for that to change. A move to interpret historic sites...

Published July 13 | State History

"The Historians" is a weekly audio interview podcast that features authors and other guests who discuss the rich heritage of the region and the nation.

Bob Cudmore is host and producer of “The Historians.” Read more...

Published July 13 | State History

This article originally appeared on the New Netherland Institute website in July 2018.

Author and museum curator Steve Jaffe chats with Steve McErleane and Russell Shorto about Jaffe's work on the "New York at Its Core" exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York, a new...

Published July 13 | State History

This article originally appeared on the Friends of Women's Rights National Historical Park website in July 2018.

Women’s Rights National Historical Park (NHP) is pleased to announce Convention Days 2018. In 2018, we are exploring the power of words to commemorate the 225th...

Published July 13 | State History

This article originally appeared on the Washington Post website in June 2018.

They were twins and did everything together, even in death.

Two weeks after Allied forces swept over northern France in the D-Day invasion, 19-...

Published July 6 | State History

The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Musuem will induct three abolitionists into the Hall of Fame in October of this year. The selected inductees are; Frances E. W. Harper, Laura Smith Haviland, and Reverand Samuel J. May Jr. 

To celebrate the induction there will be a ceremony on...

Published July 6 | State History

This article originally appeared on the New York State Education Department website on July 5th, 2018.

The New York State Museum announced that an 18th-century Native American tomahawk gifted to Cornplanter, the respected Seneca leader, by President George Washington in 1792 has...

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Published July 2 | State History

Congratulations to all of the students from across New York State who took part in New York History Day.  Special acknowledgement should be given to the following students, their teachers, and families for achieving medals at the National History Day competition at the University of Maryland....

Published July 2 | State History

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Joann Galletta Hahn – President of Board of Trustees
kpheritagemuseumnet@gmail.com
Leo P. Ostebo King Park Heritage Museum
631-269-3305

Bethany Hawkins
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Published June 28 | State History

This year Wyoming County Historian's Office and museums of Wyoming County are doing a “Treasure Hunt Through History.” Participants travel around the county, look for the clue in each museum, get their map and journal stamped (each location has their own custom stamper) find the word clue, write...

Published June 26 | State History

The New York State Archives and Archives Partnership Trust are proud to partner with the National Parks of New York Harbor Conservancy and Federal Hall to bring a rarely displayed document -the Flushing Remonstrance- to Manhattan.
On view for one week only, June 27th - July 2nd...

Published June 26 | State History

This month on the blog we are excited to share an interview with Historic Cherry Hill. Their partnership with Siena College uses VR and demonstrates how humanities organizations are reaching out to their audiences through new technology. The world around us is constantly changing and so the...

Published June 19 | State History

An episode of The Historians Podcast is heard every Sunday at 4:30 p.m. on WBDY-LP (99.5 FM) in Binghamton, N.Y., the radio station of the Bundy Museum of History and Art.
The Historians Podcast is available on bobcudmore.com, Apple iTunes, GooglePlay and Soundcloud (search for Bob Cudmore...

Published June 19 | State History

We're excited to announce a new round of DHPSNY's Mentorship Program! The current application is for cohorts that will meet from August 2018 through January 2019. Applications for this round must be received by June 29th, 2018.
The DHPSNY Mentorship...

Published June 12 | State History

Fri Jun 29th, 2018 to Sun Jul 1st, 2018 - All Day
This event recreates the historic siege of 1759 when British and New York troops, along with Native American allies, captured Fort Niagara from the French after a 19 day siege.
Large numbers of reenactors camp at the fort for this...

Published June 12 | State History

A restored 1926 O.J. Childs Fire Truck will visit Utica Thursday, June 14-17, 2018 courtesy of the Richmond Michigan Volunteer Fire Dept.
Retired firefighter Jeff Goodar and active fighter Rob Treend will transport the restored fire truck from Michigan to its hometown Utica.
The...

Published June 7 | State History

The Historians Podcast is available on bobcudmore.com, Apple...

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