Whatever your interest in Hoosick history, you'll find the tools here to facilitate your research. Please contact us via email or phone to request a copy of an item, or to continue your research in person.
Photographs of the people, places, and events that formed Hoosick.
The Hoosick Falls Directory and Vick's Standard Directory were a precursor to today's phone books. Here you'll find product advertisements, descriptions of town businesses, attractions, and organizations, statistical data, and resident addresses.
Learn about the history of Hoosick from its residents, past and present.
Announcements, from 1890 to 2006, are categorized by the bride's maiden name, followed by the groom's. Contact us for copies of an announcement.
Yearbooks for Hoosick Falls Central School, Hoosac School, and St. Mary's Academy.
Many men from the Town of Hoosick and surrounding areas participated in the American Revolution, the Civil War, both World Wars, and other conflicts. From the Battle of Bennington to the present day, thousands of Hoosick residents have fought and died for our country.
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In the section below, local historians provide detailed essays on the involvement of Hoosick citizens in the famous Battle of Bennington.
The role of Hoosick soldiers in the Civil War and in the battle at St. Croix are examined in the section below, Other Conflicts.
Veterans of military conflicts, from World War II to the Iraq war, share their experiences in these moving videos.
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