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Second Look: Northern New York history

May 17, 2019

Kelly and Christina discuss the happenings in New York's north country for the week of May 12-18.

Episode is edited by Olivia Belanger. Music is from Podington Bear.

May 15, 2019

May 18, 1894
"Mrs. Luise Furness is a tall, stout woman who resides with her husband and little step-daughter on a farm near Alexandria Bay. She alleges that William Merrill, a neighbor, called her vile name on different occasions, attacking her chastity, and now she is in court making her case."

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May 10, 2019

Kelly and Christina discuss local history happenings from the week of May 5-11. Episode is edited by Christina Knott. Music is by Podington Bear.

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May 9, 2019

A run down, "shabby" house takes stage on Watertown's Public Square during a renovation project in 1934. The city watched it change as local contractors pitched in to give the pre-Depression era home a new look.

Kelly and Christina talk about the renovation, what happened to the house and how its beautification sought...

May 3, 2019

A health store closes its doors, unusual animal rescued from a fire and common sense shoes are just part of this week's discussion. Listen in as Kelly and Christina go over this week in north country history.

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