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Fulton Co. Historian
Tweets from the office of the Fulton County Historian! This account is maintained by Samantha Hall-Saladino.
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GreaterHudson Jun 14
it’s ’s 2019 Spring ? Visit to find events near you celebrating NYS history!
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Fulton Co. Historian Jun 7
Congrats to the prize-winners of the Year of the Glove student art contest! All of the pieces were so creative and thoughtful. Thank you for participating!
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 28
Tomorrow! Town of Caroga Historian Richard Nilsen will be at Mysteries on Main St. in Johnstown for a meet the author event. Details below!
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 25
Join the Capital Region Jewish Genealogical Society for a genealogy workshop on June 2nd! All info on the flyer below:
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 12
Join us for the opening of the Student Art Show at the Rotunda on May 3rd at 5:30pm - more info here!
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 5
Replying to @FulCoHistorian
Here is all the info. Make sure you stop in and get some raffle tickets, too, for a chance to win some great prizes.
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 5
Replying to @FulCoHistorian
Here’s a close up - aren’t they gorgeous?
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 5
Don’t miss the Schine Gallery’s sprig show: Artful Leather, Unique Woven Baskets, and Vintage Basket Quilts! This tree is decorated with almost 400 hand-made leather flowers!
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Fulton Co. Historian Apr 4
Any local college students looking for a fantastic paid internship? Check out the Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative 2019 Summer Internship Program! Application deadline is 4/8, so don't delay!
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 28
Tonight’s the night! Join us at the Fulton County Museum at 6:30 for the kick off event!
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 27
Just finished setting up for tomorrow's kick-off event for the Year of the Glove at the Fulton County Museum! You'll have a chance to see lots of amazing art, including the entirety of this leather bouquet by Michelle Blake. More info here:
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URHPCR Mar 27
Great workshops at the upcoming Liberty Con Underground Railroad conference! Plan to attend! Share this post. We look forward to seeing you there! Register here:
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 24
The Year of the Glove Kick-Off event is only a few days away! Won't you join us at the Fulton County Museum on 3/28 at 6:30pm? Art, refreshments, local history, and great company!
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 18
Do you own a historic property? You might be eligible for historic rehabilitation tax credits! Attend this free workshop to learn more. Click on the flyer for more information!
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 17
Learn more about the Irish settlement in Fulton County! "From Dromore to the Middle Sprite: Irish Rural Settlement in the Mohawk Valley" by Daniel J. Casey and F. Daniel Larkin.
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 15
Tuesday 3/19 @ 6:30 I'll be at the Johnstown Library talking about women's suffrage in Fulton County for . Hope you see you there!
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 10
Join us on 3/28 at 6:30pm at the Fulton County Museum in Gloversville for the Year of the Glove Kick-Off event! Art, history, and more, w/ refreshments from our friends at Stump City Brewing. Free & open to the public! More info:
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 3
Check out how local students are getting involved with the Year of the Glove! (Psst: Follow for all the latest updates and info!)
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 3
Replying to @mbeatty54
Thank you!
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Fulton Co. Historian Mar 2
Lucius Littauer was also a generous philanthropist who provided his hometown of with its first hospital and financially supported the building of the city's public swimming pool and Jewish Community Center.
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