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A special exhibit presented by the Schuyler County Historical Society marks the end of World War II and honor county residents’ war involvement, both military and civilian.
“Schuyler Answered the Call” opened on Sept. 2 in the Gallery of the Brick Tavern Museum in Montour Falls. The special exhibit will be in place through the end of 2020. With community participation, the focus will be on the individuals who served.
World War II ended on Sept. 2, 1945, when Japan signed surrender documents in a ceremony on the deck of the American battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo harbor.
Fighting in Europe had ended in May. Although World War II began with Nazi Germany's attack on Poland in
The audio tour of the Brick Tavern Museum is available on your smart phone as an app. Simply download the UNIGUIDE app from the Google Store and look for our tour as "Brick Tavern."
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September 1939, the United States did not enter the war until after Japan bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941.
Nearly 40 men and women from Schuyler County died in service during the war. Many, many more who served returned home to Schuyler to raise families and build their communities.
The Historical Society invited the public to help create the special exhibit by providing information about county residents who served the war effort, either in military or civilian roles.
For more information about the exhibit, call (607) 535-9741 or email email@example.com.
The Schuyler County Historical Society depends on the support of individuals and businesses for our mission to preserve the history of Schuyler County and share it through events, exhibits and programs for the community.
The Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We will send a donation receipt for your records and a heartfelt thank you in response.
Please send your check or money order to:
Schuyler County Historical Society
P.O. Box 651
Montour Falls, NY 14865
or donate by credit card through PayPal.
Volume 1 (2008): Issue 1 2 3
Volume 2 (2009): Issue 1 2 3
Volume 3 (2010): Issue 1 2 3
Volume 4 (2011): Issue 1 2 3
Volume 5 (2012): Issue 1 2
Volume 6 (2013): Issue 1 2 3 4
Volume 7 (2014): Issue 1 2 3 4
Volume 8 (2015): Issue 1 2 3 4
Volume 9 (2016): Issue 1 2 3 4
Volume 11 (2018): Issue 1 2 3 4
Saturday: Sept. 19
Sunday: Sept. 27
Free, one-hour, open to all! Meet at 10 a.m. at the Seneca Harbor Pier, rain or shine. The walks are led by Schuyler County history experts.
Community Yard Sale at the
Brick Tavern Museum
CANCELLED for 2020
Historical Society Marking End of World War II by
Honoring Schuyler Residents’ War Involvement
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Schuyler County men in the same 1944 U.S. Navy recruitment class at Sampson Naval Training Station in Seneca County pose for a photograph.
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