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Gems of Canajoharie’s past on display

Nine historic stops part of Victorian Home Tour

Tony Meador shows his historic home on Barclay Street in Canajoharie.
Tony Meador shows his historic home on Barclay Street in Canajoharie.
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There are few places in the village where the architecture of previous centuries is not visible.

History shows up in every time-worn gray stone and slate shingle, but the place isn’t a museum. Many of the historic houses and churches are still in use, still lived in, the way they were designed to be, which means most of the time curious pedestrians aren’t allowed a closer look.

That will change for a few hours ...

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