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4 River Valleys Historical Society [NY]

Our mission is to interpret, preserve, collect and make available evidence of the past and to further understand and appreciate the prehistory and history of the four River Valleys. The Four River Valleys are the Beaver, Black, Indian and Deer River Valleys. The historical society has published numerous articles as well as several books, all of which are available for purchase on the website. In addition, the society has recently acquired the Hiram Hubbard House, which is currently undergoing renovations and will serve as the society's headquarters and resource center. A heritage room, documenting the history of the congregation, is located within the 1915 Woolworth Memorial United Methodist Church.

The site offers information on tours put on by the society, books for sale, and a collection of historical articles.

 
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