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Holbrook, New York
Historical Society
Sackets Harbor, New York
History
Sag Harbor, New York
History
Oyster Bay, New York
History
Albany, New York
Botanical Garden
Liverpool, New York
Children's, History, Library

Sainte Marie among the Iroquois houses a museum that tells of the adventures of the French Jesuits who were invited by the Haudenosaunee in 1657. The museum recalls the history of the French and their voyage to the new world as well as their customs; the ways of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) and the interactions of these to groups.

Salamanca, New York
History
Through artifacts, photographs and video presentations, you'll experience an era over 90 years ago, when rail was the primary means of transportation from city to city in the Western New York and Northern Pennsylvania Regions.' Museum.History=' The Rail Museum building was acquired in 1980, a vandalized vacant shell that had stood idle for over 20 years. Using a combination of private donations, government funds, and volunteer labor, the building was brought back to its original appearance.
New York, New York
Art
Liverpool, New York
History
Saratoga Springs, New York
History
Stillwater, New York
Park
Long Island, New York
Art
Scarsdale, New York
Historical Society
Schenectady, New York
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Military, Nature Centers, Park
Schenectady, New York
History
Saratoga Springs, New York
Art
Niagara Falls, New York
Schoharie, New York
History
The Schoharie Valley Railroad Museum is one of the few short-line yards that have preserved their original bldgs. that were in use during the SVRR,s tenure.Most railyards did not preserve these artifacts, and the few that are still around are disappearing at an alarming rate. Rail fans all over this country are scrambling to record these structures in photos, but we are determined to main-tain and save our precious history.
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