By Anne Dealy, Director of Education and Public Information African Americans have celebrated American freedoms since well before the nation recognized their right to share in those freedoms. The earliest of these celebrations were a form of political protest, as former slaves in the “free” North gathered, usually in August, to protest their exclusion from the rights other Americans celebrated on Independence Day. These More »
Development of gas and electrical lighting.
Chronicling the problem of loose animals in Geneva, New York during the 1800s through newspapers and government records.
How music has been incorporated into various activities of the Geneva Historical Society.
Temperance themed event hosted at Rose Hill Mansion.
The 126th New York Infantry Regiment at the Battle of Gettysburg
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