Delivering a bit of fun and feast 18th century style. Hoosac School History Club students enjoyed an afternoon learning about 18th century cooking with an oat-based New England-style boiled pudding along with an opportunity to churn butter using a plunger churn, a table-top churn, as well as a shaker. The boiled dinner was finished right … Continue reading Hoosac Students Churn it Up!
Hoosick Falls is no stranger to murder and mystery and on October 24th, listen to three such tales by the fire on the lawn at the museum. In the meantime, here’s an examination of one such crime still echoing through the valley of the owls more than 221 years later. It was October 15th, 1799. … Continue reading A Mapletown Murder
Marker's Octagon Realty, located in the historic octagon home on River Street, was founded by Richard and Marge Marker. Listen as Richard recounts stories of life in rural Hoosick Falls. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGByIRhTndk&t=360s Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozJANXOOgWQ Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL7pd7pf8Pc Part 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XuuybdIyic See related story, "Raise a glass"
Interested in your family history or the story of your old house in Hoosick Falls? Check out our online archives where you'll find searchable directories, yearbooks, and historic photos. We will continue to add more as they become available. Please feel free to comment below and share your old-house story or your family's connection to … Continue reading Online Archives
By Samantha Graves In 2011, the United States Post Office was forced to close several offices across the country in an effort toward solvency. North Hoosick was one of the offices on that list, but the community rallied and the office, the third smallest in the United States, was spared and remains open six days … Continue reading A Little Living Room