At Malone, New York, the State of New York's Education Department erected an historical panel at the former residence of United States Vice President William Wheeler, who served in the Hayes Administration from 1877 until 1881, and later cited by John F. Kennedy in his 'Profiles in Courage' (1956).
One of the world's most famous cities, New York has an interesting history. Here are 20 facts about this unique and vibrant city.
Turn a corner in New York City and you are in another century in the Washington Heights area.
New York City is a magical place at Christmastime. The famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree and holiday window displays in stores along Fifth Avenue provide a festive atmosphere to the city.
Romanesque stylistic features are exhibited in abundance at this building overlooking this prominently towered building in Watertown, New York.
Morningside Heights, New York is a truly beautiful area of New York City. It is home to a magnificent church, beautiful sculptures and is located near a botanically rich part of Central Park.
"The most famous small town in the world." A fantastic town with many resident artists, funky shops, and delicious food; there's something for everyone in Woodstock!
New York City is 'the city that never sleeps'. There is much to do and see in New York City and visiting it is a must! Before you plan your next trip read this handy guide for things to see and do in New York City.
Date: December 13, 1999. Place: Mt. Marcy, Adirondack Park, N.Y. Description: Adirondack Park in New York is massive. It is larger than Yellowstone, Glacier, Everglades, and Grand Canyon parks COMBINED. At roughly 6 million acres, it is the largest...
A hidden gem in Westchester County NY is Untermyer Park, Yonkers.