The Association of Public Historians in New York State (APHNYS) has invited area historians and the public to their Region 7 virtual meeting hosted by the Oneida County History Center on Friday, April 9th from 9 to 11:30 am.
This online program is set to include presentations from Burke Library Director and Curator of Special Collections Christian Goodwillie, Town of Summit and Village of Stamford Historian Karen Cuccinello, Oneida County History Center Director of Public Programs Patrick Reynolds, and Oneida County Underground Railroad Historian Jan DeAmics.
Topics and presenters include:
Resources for Research Online and in Person at Burke Library, Hamilton College by Christian Goodwillie; 4 Main Aspects of being an Historian and Genealogy Researching in Lesser-Known Sites by Karen Cuccinello; Jesse Williams and the Start of the Cheese Factory System by Patrick Reynolds; and The Underground Railroad in Oneida and Adjacent Counties by Jan DeAmicis.
This program is free and open to the public and offers an opportunity to learn more about the region’s history from local historians. More information including presenter bios and a schedule are available on the Oneida County History Center website. Registration is required and can be completed online.