Kingsborough Elementary that opened its doors as the Fulton County Historical Society Museum in 1973.

Mohawk Valley history: March 16, 1892

Wife of Founder of Leland Stanford University Gave Two a Luxuriously Furnished House For a Year. Her Kindness to an Old Priest. Italian Admirer’s Tribute.

Mohawk Valley history: March 14

This day in Mohawk Valley history: The Observer on March 14, 1913, Utica, NY. Women Prepare Bill for the right to vote.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: March 13

Maple Season Off To Good Start In State, Freeman’s Journal, March 13, 1946, Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York.

The "new woman" and her bicycle - there will be several varieties of her (1895) - F. Opper.

Mohawk Valley history: March 11, 1897

This day in history highlights bicycles, women and fashion in the late 1890s in the wake of the Bicycle Craze.

Portrait of Jane Stanford, before 1905.

Mohawk Valley history: March 9, 1905

Wife of Founder of Leland Stanford University Gave Two a Luxuriously Furnished House For a Year. Her Kindness to an Old Priest. Italian Admirer’s Tribute.

International Women’s Day: Bertha Benz

A pioneer during the 1880’s development of the motor car, Bertha Benz saw the great potential of combustion engine vehicles.

Since Colonial planned to haul passengers as soon as the route had been proven by flying mail schedules, it purchased three new Fairchild FC-2 Cabin Mono planes with accommodations for four passengers. It then purchased a fourth aircraft, a Pitcairn PA-5 Super-Mailwing.

Mohawk Valley history: March 8, 1929, Montgomery County, NY

March 1, 1860: Musical Convention Concert at Union Hall, as reported in the Mohawk Valley Register, Fort Plain, NY.

Mohawk Valley history: March 7, 1903, Herkimer, NY

Herkimer newspaper acquires a Thorne simplex unitype typesetting machine on March 7, 1903, as reported in the Herkimer Democrat.

March 6 Car turns turtle injuring three, 1922

This day in Mohawk Valley history: March 6

March 6, 1930: Thirty-five thousand unfit automobiles will be removed from the highways in New York State during the coming year.

Mohawk Valley Women’s History Month: Anna Maria Müller (Miller)

Anna Maria Müller (Miller) was born Anna Maria Jacobi in Mainz, German, to parents Anne Barbara and Melchioris in 1687.