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  • July 17: The Iron Industry Heritage of Clintonville, New York

    Wednesday, July 17

    The Anderson Falls Heritage Society and the Clinton County Historical Association present an exploration of some of the elements that made Clintonville one of the North Country's most prominent iron making sites throughout the 19th century. Guest speaker: Dr. Gordon C. Pollard, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus, SUNY Plattsburgh.
    Keeseville Fire Department, 8 Pleasant St, Keeseville, New York
    See flyer for more information.

    Time: 7:00pm

  • August 21: The Adirondack Northway

    Wednesday, August 21

    The Anderson Falls Heritage Society presents an examination of the construction of the Interstate Highway System, especially the Adirondack Northway (I-87), and what it meant to the region. Guest speaker: Donald Wickman, retired director of the Kent-Delord House Museum in Plattsburgh.
    Town of AuSable Town Hall, 111 AuSable St, Keeseville, New York
    See flyer for more information.

    Time: 7:00pm

  • September 18: The Plattsburgh Military Reservation: A Pictorial History

    Wednesday, September 18

    The Anderson Falls Heritage Society presents The Plattsburgh Military Reservation: A Pictorial History. Guest speaker: Dr. Richard B. Frost.
    Town of AuSable Town Hall, 111 AuSable St, Keeseville, New York
    See flyer for more information.

    Time: 7:00pm

Our Mission

To research, preserve, interpret, and promote the Underground Railroad history of Northeastern New York's Waterways to Freedom and to celebrate the importance of that history and its relevance and significance to our own time. Our activities include:

  • Research
  • Exhibits
  • Preservation of historic sites
  • Instructional Materials
  • Media Presentations
  • Dramatic readings and displays

Museum Open

The North Star Underground Railroad Museum is now open.
Visit the Museum page for days and hours.

Docents Needed

Join the fun and become a docent at the North Star Underground Railroad Museum.

Call Jackie Madison, 518-834-5180.