The Registration form for the Fall 2017 APHNYS Conference is now available here.
Hotel Registration for Fall 2017 APHNYS Conference is located here
Reminder! A Call for Conference Proposals has been issued for the 2017 APHNYS Statewide conference set for Poughkeepsie from October 31 to November 2. Further information may be found at the conference page at APHNYS Conference page. Proposals due March 31, 2017.
Save the Date for the Erie Canal Bicentennial Conference in Utica and Rome, May 19-21, 2017. More information here. Further details will come in mid-April.
Latest Issue of the Historian’s Exchange, the APHNYS Newsletter for February 2017 is here.
APHNYS Has a New President
President Gerry Smith’s resignation was effective on October 31st and, according to the APHNYS Bylaws, as 1st Vice President, Rose Tucker became President and our 2nd Vice President, Matt Urtz, became 1st Vice President. The board voted to make trustee Ray LaFever 2nd Vice President. The Board approved the appointment of Samantha Hall-Saladino (Fulton County Historian) to trustee to fill Ray’s position.
A special note of gratitude to Gerry Smith for his leadership and enthusiastic service to APHNYS!
New York State Historian Devin Lander gave this presentation at the 2016 APHNYS Conference in Syracuse. Click on the title to see a PDF file of his PowerPoint slides.
The Fall 2016 APHNYS Conference is now history. Kudos to all for making it a success. APHNYS Fall 2017 conference will be held in Poughkeepsie from October 31-November 2, 2017. Further Information will be forthcoming at the APHNYS Conference page.
Here’s the 2016 APHNYS Meeting Final Program, in case you want to see what types of presentations are held at these conferences.
Also please visit the APHNYS Conference page to see what the different APHNYS regions have planned for meetings this fall and next spring.
If you are interested in becoming a Registered Historian, go to the Registered Historian page for more information and the application form for 2017. Deadline is September 1, 2017
And if you know of a local government historian or a friend of local history deserving of recognition, take a look at the APHNYS Awards Program. Historians can be recognized for lifetime achievement, excellence in public history projects, excellence in a military, labor or marine project or publication or for excellence in cooperation and promoting local history. APHNYS also has an award for citizens and government officials who promote, preserve and stimulate interest in New York State History. If you wish to nominate someone, go to the Awards page for further information.