In 1609, Henry Hudson first explored New York's waterways in search of the Northwest Passage, while Samuel de Champlain reached the North Country lake that bears his name. Explore the impact of these historic voyages of discovery and the dynamic life of the Hudson River and Hudson-Champlain corridor through UAlbany's special commemoration this fall in cooperation with many community partners.

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View program brochure. All events free except conference (registration fee).

Art Exhibition: "Uncharted" 9/15 - 12/13 Click here for details
 
Talks and Concert: "Along the Hudson-Champlain Corridor" Series 9/13 - 12/1
Funded by the New York Council for the Humanities
  • For Program, click on: formal brochure (pdf) or larger type format (pdf)
  • Speaker Bios
  • Schedule, Venues & Parking Info Note on Nov. 6 concert: The WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio, The Linda, is at 339 Central Ave. (not 318). Free event, reservations suggested. Call THE LINDA box office at 465-5233 ext. 4.
  • Note: Correction of photo credit for 9/30 Tom Lewis talk -- Emma Dodge Hanson is the photographer.
Conference: Researching New York 11/19-20
  • Click here for info on conference including free public lecture - "The Future of New York State History"

Schedule, Venues & Parking Note on Nov. 6 concert: The WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio, The Linda, is at 339 Central Ave. (not 318). Free event, reservations suggested. Call THE LINDA box office at 465-5233 ext. 4.

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