FOVL Sunday Program with Dr. Chad Anderson: “Massacres and Memories of the American Revolution: Stories from the Yager Museum’s Collection,” November 18th @ 3pm

FOVL Sunday Program with Dr. Chad Anderson: “Massacres and Memories of the American Revolution: Stories from the Yager Museum’s Collection,” November 18th @ 3pm

The Friends of the Village Library will be presenting Dr. Chad Anderson, “Massacres and Memories of the American Revolution: Stories from the Yager Museum’s Collection” as part of its ongoing lecture series.  The event will take place in the upstairs ballroom at 22 Main Street in Cooperstown, NY at 3pm on Sunday, November 18.  Dr. Chad Anderson is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Hartwick College in Oneonta.  He received his doctorate from the University of California, Davis in 2012 and specializes in the history of the early American frontier and borderlands.  Dr. Anderson’s talk will focus on local conflicts during the American Revolution through an exploration of objects from the Yager Museum at Hartwick, and a discussion of the implications for Native American communities in Upstate New York.

This event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the Friends of the Village Library of Cooperstown, NY.

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