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Take a historical trip around Ulster County with Carla the Car in this fun, fact-filled activity booklet.
Freeholders were defined by Statute, from the Laws of 1786, as persons possessing real property worth at least 60 pounds, above all mortgages and other encumbrances. Freeholders ..
A brochure detailing the various genealogical and other resources available through the Ulster County Clerk's Office Records Management Program Archives Division
What is the Census? What is Genealogy? How do I make a Family Tree? Answer these questions and more in this fun and fact-filled activity booklet with ..
A new permanent exhibit at the Matthewis Persen House Museum focused on the first resident of the house Gysbert Van Imbroch c.1661-1665.
Gysbert Van Imbroch was the first resident of what is now known as the Matthewis Persen House Museum. An inventory listing Gysbert’s possessions at the time of ..
An introduction to the Gysbert’s Inventory exhibit on permanent display at the Persen House.
A Case Study of the History of a House and the People Who Lived There, by Kenneth Hewes Barricklo Architect, P.C.
Passages of text taken from microfilm provided courtesy of Mr. Craig Carlson, Archivist of the Albany County Hall of Records, Albany, New York.
Why are maps important? Where can you find maps? What can you do with a map? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this fun, ..
A fun puzzle activity created for the Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadricentennial events in 2009.
The Ulster County Clerk's Office has over 200 years of Naturalization related records on file. This video helps to explain the significance of these records and how ..
This document, a Declaration of Intention for Andrias Vokali, a 39 year old laborer from Hungary dated 1906, is just one of over 28 cubic feet of ..
Text and images from a local history publication about a treaty between English Governor Richard Nicolls and the Sachems (or Chiefs) of the Sopes Indians dated October ..
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