Posts Tagged ‘bridges’

Historic Bridges

Posted on: August 21st, 2020 2 Comments

Historic Bridges Have you been following the grassroots efforts of Save Keeseville’s Historic Bridges? Are you curious as to why a particular type of bridge was used or what kind of bridge you are seeing?  This week we explore some of the various bridge types found in New York State. In Keeseville, like so many […]


Isaac Johnson: Stone Mason & Freedom Seeker

Posted on: February 13th, 2019 14 Comments

By Nolan Cool. February is Black History Month. Even though Black History is well-entrenched enough in American history beyond the scope of a single month, February is a time to contemplate, reflect on, and celebrate the accomplishments and crucial role African Americans played in building the United States. As we work to finalize our summer […]