Exhibits and Programs
Education and Schools among the Shakers in New York State
In conjunction with the NYS Museum's exhibit on the Shakers, our seventh-floor exhibit for November-December 2014 highlight some of the NYS Library's Shaker collections, particularly those relating to education.
All programs are FREE and open to the public.
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Whatever Happened to Watervliet? The politics behind why New Lebanon became "the Center of Union"
Stephen Paterwic, author of the Historical Dictionary of the Shakers, will present the story of why the New LebanonShaker Community gained prominence over the Watervliet community.
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the New York State Library. Registration is recommended.
Location: Huxley Theater, New York State Museum, CEC
January 15, 2015
Reasonable Accommodation: Please let us know if any reasonable accommodation is required (Americans with Disabilities Act) at least three business days prior to the program date by calling 518-474-2274. The New York State Library and the Cultural Education Center are accessible to visitors with mobility impairments.
Location: Unless otherwise indicated, programs are held in:Librarians Room
New York State Library
Cultural Education Center, 7th floor
222 Madison Avenue
Albany, NY 12230
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