Tag Archive for: Schoharie County Writing Series

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.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: February 22

Second Heavy Storm Of Season Hits Local Area. Last Snow Makes Depth of Three Feet Dropped in Week’s Time. February 22, 1940, Cobleskill, NY.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: February 13

OPPOSE DAYLIGHT SAVING. Farmers Declare Schedule Imposes Hardships Upon Them. February 13, 1919, Cobleskill, NY.

Heritage Tourism in the Mohawk Valley

Here at Mohawk Valley Museums, we often get inquiries about heritage tourism, local communities, museums, and landmarks.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: January 30

Record Number of Students Attending School Here Now from the Cobleskill Index on January 30, 1930, Cobleskill, NY.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: January 18

Short Items of Interest Gathered From Our Exchanges, Telling of What Other People Are Talking About on January 18, 1917, Cobleskill, NY.

Not Just for Kids Storytelling at Schoharie Crossing

On Sunday, August 20, at 6pm, Mary Murphy will perform, “Eating Wild & Other Tales of Love, Food, and Woodchucks!”

The Cobleskill Index “Round About Us” from June 20, 1918

Short Items of Interest Gathered From Our Exchanges, Telling of What Other People Are Talking About from June 20, 1918.

Schoharie County Historical Society Spring Membership Meeting

The Schoharie County Historical Society 2023 Spring Membership Meeting will be held on Sunday, April 23 at Chieftans Restaurant and Bar, located at 584 E Main St, Cobleskill, NY.

This day in Mohawk Valley history: March 15

March 15, 1917: F. E. Barbour of Canajoharie will leave March 17th on a business trip to Belize, Central America, where the Beech-Nut companies are large buyers of chicle, a product used in making gum.