The Franklin Historical Review has been published annually since 1964, and contains articles of scholarly and whimsical interest on varied topics related to the history of Franklin County, NY. Current and back issues are available for purchase in our Country Store Gift Shop. The most recent issues of the review are available through our online store, simply by following the highlighted link on this page. You may also order by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 518.483.2750. Cash, Check or Credit Cards Accepted.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUBMIT AN ARTICLE FOR CONSIDERATION IN THE FRANKLIN HISTORICAL REVIEW?
We encourage the submission of articles for consideration. The resources of the Society, including volunteer helpers, are available to aid authors in research and editing. Deadline for the next issue is July 1. In most cases, articles should be limited to 3500 words. The Editorial Committee may ask authors to make changes in their submissions, including shortening them if they exceed 3500 words.
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John Hurd and the Lumbermen of the Northern Adirondack Railroad by Dave Waite
Will Martin Tragedy February 2-3, 1902 by Richard E. Tucker
Passage of the 19th Amendment: Suffragettes of Franklin County by Nancy Rogers
Mini Editorial about Women’s Suffrage, Malone Palladium, November 8, 1894
Two Years in the Life of Dr. Percival Freeman Dalphin: 1920-1921 by John F. Dalphin
The Rural School of 50 Years Ago (reprint from 1971) by Sarah R. Koch
The Country Schoolmarm, A Memoir by Gwendolyn Kelley
My Pandemic Classroom by Tracy Edwards
Student Responses to the Pandemic
Tupper Lake Dad edited by Carol Poole
Do You Remember? by Peggy Roulston
COMPLETE LIST OF REVIEWS
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