The St Lawrence County Historical Association is pleased to announce the receipt of a $1,000 grant from Corning Incorporated Foundation. The grant will support publication of their local history journal, the Quarterly. St Lawrence County Historical Association Executive Director, Sue Longshore, has said, “Words cannot describe the gratitude we have for the Corning Incorporated Foundation in acceptance of their $1,000 grant.” The Quarterly has published articles about the history of St Lawrence County and northern New York State since 1956. The Quarterly is published four times a year and distributed to nearly 800 members, including individuals, local businesses, schools, and public libraries.
The Archives has recently acquired a number of items, including books on ski areas, canoes, Clinton County in the Civil War. See more…
SLCHA has recently revised its sponsorship levels. Please consider us in your giving plans.
The St Lawrence County Historical Association (SLCHA) is a not-for-profit membership organization and museum which serves as an educational resource for the use and benefit of the citizens of St Lawrence County and others interested in the County's history and traditions. The Association collects and preserves archival material and artifacts pertinent to the County's history. In cooperation and collaboration with other local organizations, the Association promotes an understanding of and appreciation for the County's rich history through publications, exhibits, and programs. The SLCHA operates within museum standards established by the American Alliance of Museums.