Don Seale: 'The Jackie Robinson of Clarkson Hockey'
Meet Don Seale, dubbed "The Jackie Robinson of Clarkson Hockey." 02/26/2017 12:42 PM
Harriet Tubman Historical Park in Auburn Becomes a Reality
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell provided the finishing touches on five years of work -- signing off on federal legislation to recognize Tubman's significance in the effort to abolish slavery in the United States.
Historian: William Henry Seward Risked Federal Arrest to Aid Underground Railroad in CNY
Many people and places in Central New York played an important role in the abolitionist movement. The Underground Railroad made a number of stops in the region. In this Explore New York segment, Iris St. Meran explains more about the rich history and some of the historical landmarks that still exist today.
From a Slave Named Isabella to Abolitionist Sojourner Truth: Her Life in Ulster County
One of the most prominent women in history was born right here in Ulster County. Time Warner Cable News reporter Candace Dunkley was at a lecture detailing the life of Sojourner Truth, who was born in the Town of Esopus.
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