Greenburgh Slice of History Articles

  1. Honoring Those who gave all - A Memorial Day Article
  2. The Defenders of Dobbs Ferry History
  3. The Price of Hearth and Home Part II
  4. The Price of Hearth and Home Part I
  5. The price of preparing for Visitors who bring Hope
  6. From Chisel to Paint Brush- Ardsleys Contribution to The Smithsonian
  7. How a Historic Church (Greenburgh's Oldest) Faces Today's World
  8. Greenburghs Cultural Mosaic Part I
  9. The Soldier and The Sachem The Story of Mongockonone
  10. A History of Public housing in Greenburgh
  11. The Unsung Hero the developer who was instrumental in the creation of the Theodore Young Community Center and Lois Bronz Childrens Center
  12. From The Working Man to Summer Isnt Over Yet Labor Day in Greenburgh
  13. A Battle, a Farmer, and Fairview- Travis Hill Park
  14. Hastings and its Double-Edged Sword The Legacy of Anaconda Wire and Cable (2)
  15. Greenburgh Goes Over There
  16. The Original People and The Bark Kettle-Native American People of Greenburgh
  17. Dont Panic, the village is not built on pillars of sand Ardsley is in good hands
  18. Many faiths 1 people The Power of Religious Institutions In Greenburgh- Mount Carmel Church and Greenburgh Hebrew Center
  19. What to do with Trash The evolution of American Sanitation
  20. Cead Mile Failte from Greenburgh-a Saint Patricks Day Article
  21. His Soul Goes Marching On in Greenburgh Abolitionists in Greenburgh Part I-The Life of Stephen Archer
  22. A Legendary Civil Rights Activist in Greenburgh
  23. Love is in the Air!!! Greenburgh Celebrates Valentines Day
  24. From Brooklyn to Hartsdale From Dial to App: The Journey of WFAS Radio
  25. Who wins here, Orenstien or Marshall_ Thurgood Marshalls Connection to Edgemont
  26. Forever Resting with The Hudson River School in Greenburgh Jasper F. Cropsey and his house
  27. Candle light, electric light, bringing joy to December in Greenburgh
  28. Progress and its Price- The New York State Thruway and its impact on Ardsley
  29. Greenburgh Catches Fame
  30. When Simplicity Wins- The Story of Historic Hartsdale Train Station
  31. Joy and Innocence- Mischief and Fear- Halloween in the 2oth Century In Greenburgh
  32. Where Good Food Meets Great Literature- Tappan Hill Mansion and Mark Twains connection to Tarrytown
  33. A Tavern and an Ambush
  34. Happy Trails to You- Old papers highlights Part II
  35. Old papers highlights Part I - 1884 gets off to a bad start in Tarrytown
  36. The Trail-Blazers- The Earliest Female Town Board Members 1974-1992
  37. A Park and Home to The Hastings Historical Society- A father-son story
  38. Something Old Something New Something Borrowed Something Needed-The History of The Greenburgh Public Library
  39. Town Halls of the Past Part III
  40. Town Halls of the Past Part II
  41. Town Halls of the Past Part I
  42. The Story of June Castleberry and The Lois Bronz Childrens Center
  43. Sanctuary of Zion Episcopal Church
  44. The Life of Alexander Hamltions Great Great Granddaughter - Mary Schuyler Hamilton
  45. African- Americans Nobly Serving Their Community At the Levers of Power
  46. The Black Contribution to The Thin Blue Line
  47. Tarrytown is Alive with The Sound of Music-Tarrytown Music Hall
  48. The Baby Brother of Parkways - The Sprain Brook
  49. Saw Mill River Parkway
  50. A Truly Trailblazing Road Historic Roads In Greenburgh Part I
  51. The Ghost of Restaurants Past in Greenburgh Part I
  52. A Generals Residence in Greenburgh
  53. The Forgotten Story of a Former U.S Secretary of the Treasury and his connection to Irvington: William Gibbs McAdoo
  54. Headless Horsemen Long Naps and Sunshine
  55. A Woman Rebel In Hastings The Life of Margret Sanger
  56. A Fateful Journey The Uniqueness of Ardsley and The Story of Washingtons and Rochambeaus Journey through Greenburgh
  57. Happy Hour Amid Civil Strife in Elmsford
  58. Hastings Best and Brightest- Nobel Laureates of Hastings
  59. The Jewel of Greenburgh - The Life of Charles Lewis Tiffany
  60. Juneteenth- A Day of Liberation
  61. All Aboard!!! The Story the Old Putnam Railroad
  62. mask stage coach rifle
  63. When The Cure was Worse than the Disease
  64. A Leading Medical Institution at The Border of Greenburgh
  65. Ashes, Ashes We all Fall Down
  66. From an Apple Orchard to The Olympics- The Saint Andrews Golf Club
  67. Formed By Adversity and Held Together by Faith The History of the Parkway Homes _Parkway Gardens Community
  68. Making Martin Luther King Jrs Dream Come Alive the Success Story of the Parkway Homes Parkway Gardens Community
  69. Greenburgh Gets its Sun Daze on Under the Watchful Eyes of the Boys in Blue
  70. From Mopping The Floor of One Institution to Managing Three at Once
  71. The Intersection of Banking- Ballet- and School (updated)
  72. The Intersection of Banking- Ballet- and School Incorrect Original
  73. When Greenburgh Went East Bound and Down Greenburgh During Prohibition
  74. 6,532 yards- 19 holes how do you measure a golf course
  75. A Different Kind of of Rebel- Greenburghs contributions to The Underground Railroad
  76. A Thousand Words Which You Never Knew The Forgotten Story of The Seal of Greenburgh
  77. A Beautiful View for The Perfect Event- Belvedere Estate
  78. A Final Resting Place for Mans Best Friend
  79. A Small House- an Important Meeting- A Huge Victory
  80. A Tale of Two Towns- Greenburgh NY and Muncy PA
  81. Abandon Ship
  82. Beyond Heritage Versus Hate Toward Hope and Reconciliation- The story of Mount Hope Cemetery and its Confederate Monument
  84. Entertainers for Justice
  85. fairgrounds
  86. From Chasing Rabbits to Setting Records
  87. From Farmland to Shopping District The Rise of Central Avenue
  88. From Fixing Cars to Building Infrastructure How Massaro Park Got Its Name
  89. From Insurance to Symphonies- The Home of Charles Ives
  90. Greenburgh AND The ARTS
  91. Revised Greenburgh at The Great American Crossroads
  92. Greenburgh Hall of Heroes
  93. Greenburgh under Hollywood Lights Part I
  94. Greenburgh Under the Hollywood Lights-The TV shows and movies Filmed in Greenburgh Part II
  95. How a Flat Tire led to a Happy Escape
  96. Irvington in Chains
  97. like a long lost friend
  98. Lost History- The Tragedy of Malkasten
  99. Oh, The Places Your Mail has Gone
  100. The Disappearing Railroad Blues in Greenburgh
  101. The Guardians of History
  102. There is no church here but the brave men, living and dead who struggled here have consecrated this ground
  103. Wealth and Humility
  104. sanitation
  105. A Trail is Lost The Tragedy of Rochambeau Trail
  106. From Quick !! Do Something to Appease the Gods to Masks and Social Distancing -The Evolution of Pandemic Response
  107. The Battle Hymn of The Republic and Dixie in Greenburg- Honoring The Veterans of both sides of the war that defined America
  108. To Save a Trail or Not to Save a Trail That is the question