HISTORY OF THE ENGINEERING OF THE ERIE CANAL

Cleveland, NY, October 1, 2017– The Cleveland Historical Society is pleased to welcome Joseph DiGiorgio, President of the Canastota Canal Town Corporation, to speak on Thursday, October 26, at 7:00 p.m. In celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial, Joe will talk about the fascinating history behind the engineering of the Erie Canal. The construction of […]


Stories from the Landing

The Cleveland Historical Society is pleased to welcome Mike Allen, resident Blacksmith from the Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum, to speak on Thursday, August 17, at 7:00 p.m. In celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial and to highlight the Chittenango Landing Canal Board Museum, Mike will talk about the history of this unique place, its […]


Memories of the North Shore

Many thanks to Kathy Darrow and all who contributed to the Memories of the North Shore publication. The following preface is taken from the publication: I wish to thank all of you good sports who took the time to record your Memories of the North Shore. My hope for this project was to preserve history, […]


Where is the boy?

You would be hard pressed to frequent any restaurant or residence in America that doesn’t have some sort of coffee on the menu or in the cupboard.  Regarding coffee manufacturers, Chase and Sanborn has been one of the largest players in U.S. history.  Throughout the late 1880s and early 1900s, they released a series promotional […]