Bells, Bells, Bells: An Enduring Legacy from the Greater Troy Area, 1808-1952

Location
8428 Miller Road, Sand Lake, New York 12153

Date

Date

Oct 08
Oct 08

Time

Time

7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

More Information:

Tuesday, October 8, 7:00 p.m.: Michael Barrett, Executive Director of the Hudson-Mohawk Industrial Gateway and the Burden Iron Works Museum in Troy, will present Bells, Bells, Bells: An Enduring Legacy from the Greater Troy Area, 1808-1952.

Four of the largest bell manufacturing concerns in the US were clustered in Troy and West Troy (now Watervliet.) Between them, they created an estimated 100,000 bells, including several of our nation’s most famous.

It all happens at the monthly meeting of the Sand Lake Historical at the Sand Lake Town Hall, 8428 NY 66, Averill Park. Please use the Court Entrance.

#ItsHereInRensselaer

 

Tuesday, October 8, 7:00 p.m.: Michael Barrett, Executive Director of the Hudson-Mohawk Industrial Gateway and the Burden Iron Works Museum in Troy, will present Bells, Bells, Bells: An Enduring Legacy from the Greater Troy Area, 1808-1952.

Four of the largest bell manufacturing concerns in the US were clustered in Troy and West Troy (now Watervliet.) Between them, they created an estimated 100,000 bells, including several of our nation’s most famous.

It all happens at the monthly meeting of the Sand Lake Historical at the Sand Lake Town Hall, 8428 NY 66, Averill Park. Please use the Court Entrance.

#ItsHereInRensselaer

 

Address:

8428 Miller Road, Sand Lake, New York 12153
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