Recorded on March 9, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Program Runtime: 00:54:59
The program was recorded at: Greece Public Library in The Welsh Room
Presenter: Monroe County Historian Carolyn Vacca
On March 9, 2021, at the Greece Public Library, Monroe County Historian Carolyn Vacca presented a history of the county’s 200-year development through 19 towns, 10 villages, and the City of Rochester. The event, recorded by the Greece Historical Society, was part of the county’s bicentennial celebrations.
Thank you to Bill Sauers and the Greece Historical Society for recording the event. For more bicentennial events and information, visit www.visitrochester.com/bicentennial
The mission of the Greece Historical Society is to discover, research, and preserve the history of the Town of Greece and to share that history with its residents and the local community through public programs, publications, museum exhibits, and accessibility to its archives and artifacts.
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