Upstate, Downstate, in cities and on farms, from soldiers to sweatshop workers, intellectuals to agitators, from the Great Lakes to the Adirondacks, Seneca Falls to Stonewall; the people and places of New York State have a long, rich, and wide-ranging history.
Join us as we mark New York State History Month with this special
event sponsored by Department of History and the History Graduate Student Organization on November 19, 1999 at the University at Albany. The conference will also include a workshop on archival resources related to New York State history and will provide an opportunity for those working on New York State history to compare notes.
The Conference Program and furher registration information are now
available at the web site below.
If you would like a print copy of the program, or would like further
information, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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