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Manlius Historical Society [NY]

The Manlius Historical Society aims to preserve and heighten awareness of the history of the town of Manlius, New York. To this end, the society maintains a museum. The Manlius Historical Museum has several permanent displays, including a replica schoolroom and general store. Attached to the museum is an authentic working Blacksmith Shop and an authentic (non-working) Outhouse. The Cheney House Research Center and Library contains archives and genealogy files.

The society offers archival access and museum exhibits.

 
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