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The Genesee Country in Black & White Riot
or Rebellion? 30 years later by Corrin Strong
In July 1964, Rochester's
black community erupted in violence.
NORTH to the Genesee Country
by Ruth Rosenberg Naparsteck
From 1850 to the Civil War, hundreds of fugitive
slaves rode the Underground Railroad through the Genesee Country to freedom.
Harmony in a Small Town by Bill Steinhardt
150 years of
working together has brought black and white together in Caledonia & Mumford.
Between Two Worlds by Charles Girard
against language and racial barriers find their place in Newark, Wayne County.
Our only hope: the children photos by Sandra Amspacher
essay photographed at Rochester Children's Nursery.
child I ache for most by Susan Beckhorn
Bringing a Fresh Air kid from
NYC to tiny Whitesville, Allegany County, is a learning experience.
us to heal by Doug Hickerson
The Coalition Building Institute in Rochester
helps us heal from all the ways we become divided.
Rochester Challenge by Doug Hickerson
Rochester teens come together
to fight violence.
Cynthia Fitzpatrick: Traveler on the River
of Life by David Anderson, Sankofa
Born a slave, she was a friend to
children for all her 117 years.
A light never extinguished
by Van Henri White
Special counsel to Rochester's mayor recalls a cross-burning
on his childhood front lawn.
the Genesee Country by Ivan T. Rocha
Love of the chase has inspired
members of the Genesee Valley Hunt to support land conservation.
The Switzerland of America by Georgia Mullen
The Koyendaga Valley at
the foot of Canandaigua Lake is home to the Senecas, a world-class winery
and a professional theater.
Destinations: All Aboard! by Bill
Relive the time when the Iron Horse ruled the Genesee Country.
The Fish Horn Alarm
The title story from regional historian
J. Sheldon Fisher's latest collection of local history.
Country Sketches: The Passing of Predators by Scott Adamson
time bears, wolves, panthers, foxes and wild cats were extremely common.
Just Folks: Spinner/weaver Freda Peisley by Sarah Miles Watts
Crossroad Cafe: Wellsville's Texas Hot by Susan Beckhorn
these hot dogs are New York state's best.
Home Away from Home:
Ward's Farm B&B by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
This Ontario County inn
is a favorite with fisherman.
For Arts' Sake: Cartoonist Ben Williams
by Sarah Miles Watts
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