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History comes home one more time at weekend tour

Sheryl Neal explains the history of the limestone teahouse on her Canajoharie property. She lives on the old Lipe acreage and will open up her yard as part of a historic home and garden tour Saturday.
Sheryl Neal explains the history of the limestone teahouse on her Canajoharie property. She lives on the old Lipe acreage and will open up her yard as part of a historic home and garden tour Saturday.
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Canajoharie has the bones of a rich town. A century ago, big houses sprouted on Beech-Nut prosperity. The food manufacturer has since packed up and moved away, but the pretty architecture remains. This weekend, history lovers will have the chance to see remnants of that prosperity as part of a historical home and garden tour. “I think Arkell and Lipe were in competition,” Sheryl Neal said as she strolled through her backyard — one of ...


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