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Where: New York State Library
Cost: FREE ADMISSION
People move or die, but the land is always there. Even if your house is only 50 years old, the history of the land on which it rests tells a story. Most early settlers had many acres of land which were subdivided into today's building lots and developments. In a program sponsored by the Friends of the New York State Library, researcher Glenn Hankle will speak on the early surveys made by Van Allen, Gilbert and other persons hired by Van Rensselaer to divide Van Rensselaer's East Manor. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the New York State Library. All are welcome to attend and registration is required. Location: 7th floor Librarian's Room
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