GHS Newsletter 11.2 Summer 2009
This summer’s issue features the first of three articles on the archaeological exploration of the village of old Gilboa, conducted by the Public Archaeology Facility of SUNY Binghamton;a fascinating look into our past. Other articles include three articles on music in the nineteenth-century churches and hamlets of our town; an introduction to genealogical software (Family Tree Maker and others); and two articles on farming using loose hay. Bee Matice introduces us to the early nineteenth-century Shoemaker Rake and Handle Factory, and we are continuing articles from Maude Haskin (this story on living in the Gilboa of the 1930s) and on hiking trails in the area (an easy trail for the observation of the bluebird, the state avian of New York).
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