The Town of New Scotland Historical Association preserves, protects and promotes history in the Town of New Scotland through the stewardship of material culture directly related to the town. Our purpose is to promote an appreciation of local history, heritage, and culture through research, publications and educational programs.
Events & Announcements
Feb. 6, 2022 (2:00pm) Colonial to Craft Brew: The Local Story of Beer - Michael Diana of the Schenectady Historical Society will relate the fascinating and colorful story of brewing in the Capital District, tracing its history from its colonial beginnings to the recent resurgence of craft brewing in our region.
March 6, 2022 (2:00pm) Native Voices: Including Native American Presence and Perspectives in the History of the Ten Broeck Mansion Kathryn Kosto, Executive Director of the Albany County Historical Association, will discuss the inclusion of Native American in the Ten Broeck Mansion’s programming, new research on the role of Abraham Ten Broeck's father as a Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the development of indigenous plantings at the mansion.
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