Upstate New York Historic Sites
The McCormick Center for the Study of the American Revolution is proud to work with Saratoga National Historical Park and other Upstate New York historic sites to promote awareness of the critical role New York played in the American Revolution and the founding of the American Republic. To that end, we are pleased to promote the preservation work of the following groups:
Albany County Historic Association
A non-profit state chartered organization that helps preserve and explain the history and heritage of New York's Capital Region. Ten Broeck Mansion is the home of the this organization.
Albany Historic Foundation
Historic Albany Foundation is a private, not for profit membership organization working to promote the preservation and appreciation of the built environment in and around the city of Albany.
Bennington Battlefield is where the battle between British forces of General John Burgoyne and American forces of General John Stark took place. Come talk a walk where history was made.
Capital District Underground Workshop
Visit parts of the underground railroad. The workshop offers people the opportunity to visit some historical landmarks of the abolitionist who helped gain freedom for African Americans.
Fort Stanwix offers tremendous learning experiences. Come see the ancient trials and the Marius Willett collections management and education center.
Fort Ticonderoga offers a deeper understanding of the American Revolution from the French-Indian War and the Revolutionary War periods. Come experience the programs, the stories and the wonderful site.
Fraunce Tavern Museum
Experience the Revolutionary era in the Fraunce Tavern Museum. Check out the spectacular events and exbits.
This is the estate of Nicholas Herkimer, who helped prevail Americans troops over the British. The Herkimer House on the weekends during summer egnage in household and farm activities done during the Revolutionary Era.
Historic Cherry Hill
Historic Cherry Hill offers a variety of outreach programs to the general public. The programs examine a broad range of topics that span the 18th to the 21st century.
Musicians of Ma'alwyck
In residence at the Schuyler Mansion, a New York State Historic Site, and at the Schenectady County Community College, the group performs regularly on concert series in Upstate New York presenting programs specializing in the music of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.
New York State Library
Learn all about the Revolutionary Era of the United States. The library has an abundance of resources about important parts of the United States' history.
Saratoga National Historical Park
The park consist of three sites. The battlefield is the largest of the three. The other two sites are the Schuyler House and the Saratoga Monument.
Pruyn House, a beautifully restored home situated on 5½ acres in the hamlet of Newtonville, Town of Colonie, has a connection to the Dutch heritage of New York’s Capital District.
Come to the renowned house of the revolutionary general Philip Schuyler. The mansion has guided tours as well has amazing exhibits to check out.
Stony Point Battlefield
Stony Point Battle is one of the last major Revolutionary War battles. Come to the battlefield to experience history as well as it's museum, the Stony Point Lighthouse and programs such their reenactment.