On loan from the Local History & Genealogy Division, Rochester Public Library, we present “Women Who Made a Difference.” This 5 Panel display features suffragettes and important female figures from Central NY in the fight for Women’s Rights. We are, of course, tying it in to our own local hero who made a difference: Dr […]
Oswego County History timeline traces the people, events, agriculture and industries of Oswego County from our Native American heritage to the 20th century.
The Richardson Bates House is one of the most intact house museums in New York State with opulent furnishings, artwork and architectural details from the Victorian era. Shown is the drawing room designed by the Pottier and Stymus Company of New York City in the late 1860’s.