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Fish & Ships Sails This Wknd

This is the last weekend to catch up on 400 years of Hudson history in Nyack. Fish & Ships is the Historical Society of The Nyacks‘ celebration of the Hudson Fulton Champlain Quadricentennial, the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s sail up the river that now bears his name.

The exhibit includes paintings, photographs, maps, models, documents, artifacts that illustrate life along the river from the native Lenape through the development of the Nyack today.

The exhibit, which opened opened in June closes on Sunday, 9/13.  See what you almost missed on Sat and Sun from 1p to 5p at 60 Cedar Hill Avenue in Nyack.

Source: Historical Society of The Nyacks
See Also: Bob Baird review, Journal News, 8/16/2009


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