The Albany Tricentennial 1986
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The Albany Tricentennial 1986 Still making history by Thomas E. Burke

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Published by Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York, Albany .
Written in English


  • Albany (N.Y.),
  • Centennial celebrations, etc,
  • History

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11410109M
ISBN 100914341103
ISBN 109780914341109

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In , Robert Fulton initiated a steamboat line from New York City to Albany, the first successful enterprise of its kind. By , w people, Albany was the 10th largest urban place in the nation. The town and village known as "the Colonie" to the north of Albany was annexed in In the Erie Canal was completed between Albany and Lake Erie. Get this from a library! The Book of Falmouth: a tricentennial celebration, [Mary Lou Smith; Falmouth Historical Commission.;]. It consisted of a video tape of Mayor Thomas Whalen III and the chairman of the Tricentennial Committee, a book written by two 8th grade students about their daily life at Philip Livingston Middle School, a model of the Empire State Plaza constructed by students at Catholic Central High School in Troy, New York, along with various objects suggested by a write-in competition. 3. M.C. Lawton civic and cultural club (Albany), tricentennial musical salute (), Albany Institute program 4. Writing book (for penmanship), sold by S.R. Gray (Albany) 5. James Ackroyd & Sons, advertising brochure 6. Albany Garage, advertising cards in envelope 7. Albany Times Union, classified department brochure 8.