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This section of State Street is arguably the oldest continuously operating commercial avenue in the United States.
What began as a path in the woods cut by Native peoples and Dutch beaver trappers and traders became the main east-west route for…
On this site once stood the first Poor House in the United States.
Community care for the poor was an important feature of Dutch society, and it took root here in Albany as the city was settled in the first half of the 1600s.
The Village's First Freight and passenger train station was built in 1864, only months after the first train passed through Knowersville. In 1896 the old station was moved south along the tracks. In 1897, it was replaced by the newest, state-of-th…
Named in memory of
Hon. John Swinburne, M.D., Mayor
of Albany 1882-84. One of four
surgeon's to found Albany Medical
College. Member of Congress.
2006 Preservation Merit Award
Dedicated to the memory of
the men and women from
The 10th Ward
who served their country
in time of war
The City of Albany
July 22, 1928
in memory of those
who served their
William S. Hackett
John Boyd Thacher 2nd.
First leader of the Shakers, a celibate Christian community.
Their first settlement was in what is now Colonie.
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Shaker Heritage Society
Museum and Gift Shop
has been placed on the
of Historic Places
by the United States
Department of the Interior