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George Washington's upstate visits to be topic of talk

This historical marker is for Clench's Tavern in Schenectady's Liberty Park, where George Washington was feted at a dinner in 1782 (Howard Ohlhous photo)
This historical marker is for Clench's Tavern in Schenectady's Liberty Park, where George Washington was feted at a dinner in 1782 (Howard Ohlhous photo)
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How many times did George Washington visit Schenectady? Most people who concern themselves with such matters think it was three times. Norm Bollen says two. Bollen, the board president for the Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park, will make a presentation titled “George Washington on the Mohawk” at 6:30 tonight at the Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site’s Enders House in Fort Hunter. The talk is sponsored by the Friends of Schoharie Crossing and the public ...


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