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Clinton Historical Society [NY]

The Clinton Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the historical heritage of Clinton, New York. The society owns and operates a local history museum. The museum is also host to a small research library, which is available to the public by appointment.

The museum offers exhibits, presentations, guided tours, and the research library. The website offers visitor information, an events calendar, and a collection of photographs of historic Clinton.