Conference announcement is posted by request.

--Moderator, NYHIST-L

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Dear Colleagues,

The Program and Registration Form for the 2007 Conference on New York
History is now available at:  

The Conference will meet at Cooperstown on June 7-9, hosted by the New
State Historical Society. We celebrate fifty years of annual
beginning with the First College Conference on New York History held
Cooperstown in 1957.

The Wendell Tripp Lecture "The Layers of New York History: A Look
Time at Rensselaer County" will be given by Edward Countryman, the
author of
the Bancroft Prize winning book A People in Revolution: The American
Revolution and Political Society in New York, 1760-1790, among other
David William Voorhees will give the keynote lecture on the Flushing
Remonstrance, and Elizabeth Bradley will speak on Father Knickerbocker
the Twentieth Century. 

On Thursday the Upstate History Alliance is presenting a workshop with
Kammen and others on developing community history projects.

Other conference highlights include tours of The Farmers' Museum, the
Fenimore Art Museum, the Thayer Homestead, Hyde Hall, the Hanford
Museum, and the Iroquois Indian Museum. 

Hope to see you there,

Edward Knoblauch, Webmaster
New York History Net