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Bagg's Square and Old Fort Schuyler, Utica, NY

Bagg’s Square and Old Fort Schuyler, Utica, NY

Before there was Utica, there was Fort Schuyler. And before there was Walmart, there was Bagg’s Tavern at Bagg’s Square. This site, located north of the city, was the first area in the area to be settled and maintained as a merchant center. It’s quite the experience, exploring this old little building with superhighways roaring around you.

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The Old Main, or Utica Lunatic Asylum, NY

The Old Main, or Utica Lunatic Asylum, NY

Renowned as the finest example of Greel Revival architecture in the world, the Old Main, or old Utica Lunatic Asylum, still stands. Barely. It sits aloof on its once pastoral grounds in the heart of Utica, NY. It’s history is incredibly rich and it is for this reason that this magnificent building still stands. This is my investigation of its history and the earth-shattering movement of treatable mental illness in this country.

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Hamilton College Cemetery, Clinton, NY

Hamilton College Cemetery, Clinton, NY

Hamilton College has a special place in our hearts. We are ardent students of history, revivalism, Samuel Kirkland, the Oneida Indians, and Alexander Hamilton. What brings all these things together? Hamilton College. We paid our respects to its founders.

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Adirondack Trail to Barneveld and Hinckley Lake

Adirondack Trail to Barneveld and Hinckley Lake

We went to see Trenton Falls, but it was closed. So we followed our noses and found adventure in other means. The West Canada Creek is majestic and ferocious! And the scenery is story-book gorgeous.

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