The John Brown Farm State Historic Site Celebrates 125th Anniversary!
On March 27, 1896 the Adirondack home of abolitionists John and Mary Brown became a state-owned property “to be dedicated and used for the purposes of a public park or reservation forever.” In this straightforward fact, there are numerous stories to be told, urgent questions to be raised, and public and private efforts to be heralded for their significance in the promotion, preservation and interpretation of the John Brown Farm State Historic Site over these 125 years. Throughout the year we will be celebrating the 125th anniversary with public programs, special events, and moments of remembrance. Visit our 125th events page.
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