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In February 1861, newly-elected President Abraham Lincoln visited #Syracuse, close to 10,000 greet him: cnyhistory.org/lincoln-syracuse
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Today in 1820, the first post office opened in #Syracuse and John Wilkinson as Post Master: bit.ly/1st-Post-Office
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#FlashbackFriday -100 Years ago today: Block 113, #Syracuse Journal Building, February 24, 1917.
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Photo of the Day: The Camillus Cutlery factory, 1917. After 131 years, the company closed its doors in February 2007 and, just a few years later, in February 2013, the building caught fire. Today, the Sutton Real Estate Company is renovating the building for commercial and residential use with an expected opening of Fall 2017.
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Tickets for the second showing of Beneath the Surface are on sale now! Don't wait until the last minute. Get em' here: cnyhistory.org/beneath-the-surface
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#ThrowbackThursday: South Salina Street #Syracuse, NY deep snow, 150 years ago, in February 1867. #CNY
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Reviews of Beneath the Surface are in! Don't miss out on our second showing 3/7 at the Palace Theatre. Tickets: cnyhistory.org/events #Syracuse #OnondagaLake
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Tickets for Beneath the Surface are on sale now for March 7th at the Palace Theatre: cnyhistory.org/beneath-the-surface. #Syracuse
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Happy #GalentinesDay! This photo features Central New Yorker Matilda Joslyn Gage among some of the 19th Century's leading suffragists (via the Library of Congress): "International gathering of woman suffrage advocates in Washington, D.C., 1888; seated (left to right) Alice Scotchard (England), Susan B. Anthony (United States), Isabella Bogelot (France), Elizabeth Cady Stanton (United States), Matilda Joslyn Gage (United States), and Baroness Alexandra Gripenberg (Finland)."
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Today in 1908, The Great New York to Paris Auto Race began, passing through #Syracuse a few days later: bit.ly/NY-Paris-Race
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