Tag Archive for: Montgomery County Writing Series

Video: Palatine Germans in the Mohawk Valley with Kathryn Weller

Discover the history of Palatine German immigration to colonial New York, their turmoil in settling into a new world, and how acculturation impacted the crisis’s as the American Revolution emerged.

The Life of Molly Brant to be Discussed at Schoharie Crossing

Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site will host author, historian, and archaeologist Lois Huey on Sunday, March 19th at 1:00pm to discuss the life of Molly Brant. 

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 1, 1860, Fort Plain, NY

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

Art of New York: Annual Juried Art Show – 2023

NYS artists are invited to submit entries to the Art of New York: Annual Juried Art Show hosted by the Arkell Museum & Canajoharie Library.

Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site

Museum Monday Programs Planned for Schoharie Crossing

Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site is excited to announce the return of Museum Monday programs this winter. Each month the museum at the Visitor Center will be open from 11:00am to 1:00pm on a select Monday and a brief discussion on a relevant topic will be offered.

A visit to the Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park

This week MVEDD visited the Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park to learn about the exhibits along with their vision for the future.

Kanatsiohareke’s Fall Festival Fundraiser

Dating back as early as the 12th century, the Mohawk Valley has been home to the Kanienkehaka (“People of the Flint or Mohawk). Support the Kanatsiohareke community during their Fall Festival fundraiser.