photo of Francline street looking north by Watkins N.Y.


Farming Families of Schuyler County

200 Years of Continuous Agriculture The Schuyler County Historical Society announced their community exhibition, which will run until November. “Farming Families of Schuyler County: 200 Years of Continuous Agriculture,” opened on June 16th in time for the Path Through History Weekend across New York State, June 17-19, 2023. To the Haudenosaunee, the area of modern-day Schuyler County…

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Lee School Open House

Come on come all and step back in time! Experience a 19th century classroom with our school marms! This is a great opportunity for families to come out and see just how different school was! SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2023 AT 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT

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Catharine, Queen of the Tumbling by Cynthia NealWaters

Join Cynthia G. Neale for her much-anticipated book launch and author reading. Music and refreshments will be available. Picnic tables provided; please consider bringing your own lawn chair as seating is limited. Books will be for sale at the reading. SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2023 AT 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT Admission to this event…

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National Volunteer Week

Just like so many other nonprofits organizations, the Schuyler County Historical Society (SCHS), relies on the 1,000 of hours of volunteers, to accomplish what it does. Our volunteers offer hope to families, service to our community, kindness to those seeking answers, and inspiration to future generations. Our volunteers provide the heart and soul of all…

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Annual Membership Meeting

John Pulos, author of a recently published book about his fascination with the RMS Titanic, will be the featured speaker at the Historical Society’s annual membership meeting. Pulos will speak following a brief business session and the election of officers and trustees to the Society’s board. Historical Society membership is not necessary to attend the…

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