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Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway

Founded in 1972, the Hudson Mohawk Industrial Gateway helps the communities in the Capital District of New York to celebrate, to preserve, and to profit from their historic industrial legacy.

Tree planting

Knickerbocker Mansion

The Knickerbocker Mansion, the most significant historic building in upper Rensselaer County, is located in the fertile Hoosick River Valley, know for centuries as the Vale of Peace.

Louis Miller Museum

Exhibits about Grandma Moses, Walter A.

Oakwood Cemetery by Joan Heffler

Oakwood Cemetery

One of the largest rural cemetery’s- notable gravesites: Samuel Wilson, “Uncle Sam”, our National icon, known the world over.

Old Troy Armory(Alumni and Sports Recreation Center of RPI)

The Alumni Sports and Recreation Center was built as the Troy Armory in 1920.

Rensselaer County Historical Society

RCHS connects local history & heritage through education andcultural programs with contemporary life.

Hart Cluett Mansion

Rensselaer County Historical Society & Hart-Cluett House

These buildings house the Society's extensive museum collections, changing exhibits, gift shop, research library, and offices. The house is open for guided and by appointment tours. The research library has an extensive collection of Rensselaer County history and offers a wide variety of publi

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