Program Archives

Over the past few years, the Greece Historical Society has coordinated the presentation of an extensive series of programs at our museum on Sunday afternoons. Several of these programs along with a few conducted at the Charlotte Public Library were recorded. During this time of social distancing, we are providing some of these recordings via the links below. More will be added as time permits.

Please take time to watch some of these enlightening programs. As always, feel free to contact us if you would like to discuss any of these materials. 

(These videos are the property of the Greece Historical Society, unless otherwise indicated, which retains all right thereto. The contributors to these videos provide them for non-commercial, personal, educational or research use only. Prior written permission from the Greece Historical Society and the individual presenters must be obtained for any other use; including but not limited to commercial or scholarly publications, reproductions or redistribution of any video or individual image from the videos.)

African Americans at Mt. Hope Cemetery
Barns of Greece
Bosnian Immigrants in Rochester: Adapting to America
Buckman’s Dairy History
Charlotte Blast Furnace
Cleaning Cemetery Headstones
Collecting Antique Bottle
The Colonel Patrick O’Rorke Society
The Dobson Farm and Northgate Plaza
Erie Railroad History
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
Irish Families of Greece
Jogging Through Cemeteries
Koda Kids (When Rochester hosted children from London to save them from WW II bombings)
Lake Ontario -the Past Sixty Years
Lemcke-Tofany Farm
Making the First Atom Bomb
The McShea Family
Museum Quality Storage of Family Heirlooms and Photos
Past Meets the Present when Fourth Graders Honor the Fallen in Pittsford
Public Shortcuts
The Rookie (Modeling for Norman Rockwell)
Yates-Thayer Farm