GUILDERLAND — In the beginning days of the town of Guilderland, there was no Medicare or Medicaid for the ill, poor, or elderly. Individuals had to rely on their neighbors or persons cited by the
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In dealing with the Schoolhouse Mansion restoration, this historian has learned many new things about that subject and new words concerning it.
GUILDERLAND — The Schoolcraft House is coming into its own! Many residents that attended the Holiday Event at the House in December checked out the restoration of the historic Gothic mansion.
This entry was written 30 years ago in this author's journal of Sept. 6, 1984.
The "Holiday Event" at the Schoolcraft Cultural Center in December was a huge success as almost 200 visitors enjoyed the festive Gothic mansion with the fresh Christmas tree and the Musicians of Ma
The following incidents were recorded in the village of Altamont's Enterprise after the New Year 100 years ago. A column "From Our Files," captured by newsman Shorty Vroman in the late 1970s tells
With the beginning of the New Year 2015 in the thriving town of Guilderland, it is appropriate to look back on the early years of the town's history for new residents and students. Long before Gui
It always surprises this historian when youngsters come to the Guilderland Town Hall, usually with a parent, and they have no idea what goes on there, what its purpose is, or how it affects their
Old, old historic papers, legal and otherwise, reached out to me this week. I'd like to share a few with Enterprise readers.
This historian has filled columns with information on the Schoolcraft House and the congressman that built it, John L. Schoolcraft.
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