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321 Montgomery StreetUSNew YorkSyracuse13202
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Onondaga Historical Association (OHA) is a private, nonprofit association of museums, a research center, historic sites, and retail stores in Onondaga County, NY.  Officially chartered by the New York State Regents in 1863, OHA has been collecting, preserving, and interpreting the community's history for the past 150 years, providing to the public: exhibits, research opportunities and educational programming, publications, and media productions.  
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Today in History: #Syracuse's New York Central Station on Erie Boulevard closes. https://goo.gl/mklkD5
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Variety Studios has created the official logo for the Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Lacrosse Expo. Notice the traditional Wooden stick at the bottom of the logo. All the games will feature wooden sticks such as this one. Including the final "open" game which will be played on an expanded field with teams of nearly 50 players each! This game will be unlike any lacrosse game we have seen before! T-Shirts with the logo will be available for purchase at the event.
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Tuesdays on the Towpath!
Riders of all ages are welcome to ride along on the Old Erie Canal State Historic Park Towpath Trail. This event is free of charge and features a speaker each Tuesday. 
Tonight's event starts at 6:30PM in Fayetteville Canal Landing Park, Limestone Plaza. For more information, follow the link below. 

http://eriecanalmuseum.org/event/tuesdays-on-the-towpath3/
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The Onondaga Historical Association in association with: Syracuse University, Skä•noñh Center (The Great Law of Peace Center), and the Onondaga Nation will host the first annual Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Lacrosse Game and Festival, a celebration of the five nations that came together in peace to play The Creator’s Game. 

The two-day event will take place September 28th-29th at the Skä•noñh Center located on the eastern shores of Onondaga Lake in Liverpool. The event will feature a variety of attractions with the main events being the “Old Stick Games” as well as “Men’s Games” over the course of the two-day event. There also will be, Grandpas/Grandsons Game, a youth Clinic, a Stick Making Demo from Alf Jacques, and Social Dancing. 

Be sure to click the link and Like that page so that you are updated with all the latest information about the event. We will continue to update the page as we draw closer to the event. 

https://www.facebook.com/woodenstickexpo
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Check out the latest billboard project by students at the northwest corner of W Fayette and West Sts., called “Dear Syracuse, with Love.” It’s a postcard series (not the custom stamps, which are also Syracuse images), and goes with a photo contest they ran this spring, mobile art galleries on the Corridor buses, and an urban video project being projected on the windows at Arts Engage on East Jefferson Street in the Dey's Building. Student photos. Student quotes. Student love notes. We love it!
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Our monthly newsletter email was just sent out. We pack it full with information on new exhibits, new collection items, events, news, photos, and much more! It is very informative and free of charge. It is a great way to stay in the loop on all the things happening at OHA. We even have special offers for our Gift Gallery stores. If you are interested in receiving our monthly emails, follow the link below. 

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#FlashbackFriday Melanie Hector Adams #NY Dairy Princess w/ the butter sculpture Aug 1973 via #Syracuse.com #NYSFair
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Tomorrow at Dolce Vita come test your knowledge of #Syracuse History at trivia night with Yelp Syracuse.
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A major highlight of the 2013 New York State Fair is the exhibition about Onondaga Lake: Past, Present, and Future. Check out a sneak preview image of the exhibit. 
A cooperative effort between the Onondaga Historical Association, SUNY ESF, the New York State Fair, as well as many others helped make this project possible. 
Be sure to check out the exhibit August 22nd through September 2nd at the Center of Progress Building, State Fair Grounds in Syracuse New York.
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Take a tour of the Former Penfield Manufacturing Co. including the mysterious house on top.  Enjoy!

http://video-embed.syracuse.com/services/player/bcpid1949044326001?bctid=2577462744001&bckey=AQ~~,AAAAPLpuTok~,Mq6Bf5KTh4CNk04xgb0fhNsE4sqxZ6vz
Yiorgos Kyriakopoulos recently gave The Post-Standard and Syracuse.com a look inside the 118-year-old complex that housed the Moyer carriage and car factory and later the Por...
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The Onondaga Historical Association is excited to announce the opening of a new exhibit, “There’s No Place Like Home: Immigration & Refugee Resettlement in Onondaga County,” at the OHA Museum. The new exhibit is now open and will be on display in the museum’s 2nd floor gallery. The exhibit will feature photos with captions, videos, and documents to detail various stories of immigration and refugee resettlement in central New York. 

The exhibits will feature five different documents on display regarding resettlement in Syracuse. There are two Italian newspapers published in Syracuse in 1909 on display. There is a 50th Anniversary poster from St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, which dates back to 1893. As well as, two naturalization documents of a German immigrant named Justin Seubert, signed and dated in 1864. Seubert became a citizen in 1864 and proceeded to become a premier cigar maker in Syracuse. 

The exhibit also highlights five specific individuals through three specific sub themes: Immigration, The Great Migration, and recent refugee resettlement. Immigration deals with the flood of foreigners to the United States during the 40 year peak between 1880 and 1920. The Great Migration was a massive movement that saw Africans who were living in the South move north in search of better work. Recent refugee resettlement focuses on the current trend of families leaving their country to escape dangerous living situations.
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