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Palatine District Project Seeks Volunteers

Written By The Mountain Eagle on 4/19/24 | 4/19/24

SCHOHARIE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES — The mission of the Palatine District Project is to facilitate and encourage cooperation among historic sites, living history reenactment and interpretation groups,  and the public in the commemoration of the 250th Anniversary of the American Revolution in the greater Mohawk Valley.

Supporters of independence, those loyal to the Crown, people who tried to stay neutral, and Native Americans supporting both causes have roots in the Mohawk Valley, and were impacted during the period 1774-1783.  All have a story to be told.

The Project will endeavor to work with public and privately owned historic sites, historians, reenactors, the Montgomery County Revolutionary War 250th Anniversary Commission, and the public to help provide opportunities for those stories to be told. 

For more information, contact:

Bob Metzger   doglock1@yahoo.com   518 762 0010

John Osinski   josinski@midtel.net    518 827 5429


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