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Hosts Kelly Burdick and Christina Knott return to the pages of history for stories that still matter today.

Dec 6, 2020

Host Kelly Burdick shares a story of a Christmas past where people in the north country helped bring the holidays to a family in the Appalachians Mountains, with the help of the Rev. Robert W. Bird and an enterprising young letter writer in 1965.

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Oct 25, 2020

This episode is hosted by Kelly Burdick and edited by Christina Knott. Intro music is "Nobody Calls It San Fran" by Coyote Hearing. Outro music is "The Papergirl" by The Whole Other. Browse our new merch at Society 6.

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Oct 18, 2020

Host and local history fan Kelly Burdick talks about Dogs for Defense, a military program in which pet owners -- including those in the north country -- were asked to donate their pet dogs to help fight in World War II. 

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The Dogs of War

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Aug 16, 2020

The second World War ended 75 years ago this month to much fanfare. After the celebrations died down and service members returned, what was it is like when life returned to "normal" (was there a return to normal)?

Host Kelly Burdick talks about how what life changed for the average Northern New Yorker.

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Aug 9, 2020

Albert Einstein was famously private. He came to Saranac Lake for the first time in July 1936 to spend his summer vacation from Princeton in relative anonymity. As the Times reported, Einstein said he was there to escape those who “peer into my windows.”

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