ADIRONDACK HISTORIANS, HISTORICAL ORGANIZATIONS, AND FACEBOOK GROUPS - Prepared by John Sasso, this is a map-based guide to municipal (county, town, village and hamlet) historians and historical societies, Facebook groups/pages, and historical organizations which provide archives and preservation of Adirondack artifacts.FRANKLIN COUNTY LINKS
GUESTBOOK - Feel free to leave a message on my new guestbook!
GUESTBOOK ARCHIVE - This page contains information from the guestbook that was hosted by RootsWeb.
HOW TO CONTACT THE CEMETERY - This document contains an alphabetical listing of all non-private cemeteries in New York State. It is maintained by New York State Division of Cemeteries.
MUSEUMS OF ADIRONDACK HISTORY - John Sasso compiled this map of museums and permanent indoor exhibits with content pertaining to the history of the Adirondacks. This includes artifacts, models/dioramas, and other material meant to educate the public on the history of the region or locality, as well as the heritage of the people within. Counties, towns, hamlets/villages, and other regions which are within or a part of the Adirondack Park (as described in the book Adirondack 102 Club by Martin Podskoch) are covered.
NEW YORK STATE ARCHIVES - Check out the gallery for digital photographs or use the "Rediscovering New York Culture and History link to find out about historical records in local governments and historical organizations throughout New York.
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY CEMETERIES - ANNE CADY'S WORK -
This is a wonderful site if you are looking for cemetery information or tombstone photos for St. Lawrence County, New York. (NOTE: This site is offline as it was also hosted by RootsWeb.)
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