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Q & A: Retired historian led effort to excavate Fort Orange site

This photograph, taken in the winter of 1970-71 before Interstate 787 was built, shows the part of downtown Albany that once was Fort Orange.
This photograph, taken in the winter of 1970-71 before Interstate 787 was built, shows the part of downtown Albany that once was Fort Orange.
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How is Paul Huey’s retirement going? Well, it’s hard to tell, but he does seem to be enjoying himself. A scientist/archaeologist with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation for more than 40 years, Huey retired from the state in September 2010. But he never stopped going to work. He’s been volunteering almost daily at his office on Peebles Island, doing just about everything he did during his long career. Huey ...


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