UpstateHistorical is an interactive website and smartphone app that will bring the rich history of upstate New York to life for tourists, residents, and anyone interested in learning more about this important region. It will use Curatescape, a web-based platform that uses GPS to allow administrators to pin key historical locations and upload story-based text, photographs, audio, and video content to tell the story of a particular place, the people that lived there, and events at that location. Funding from this project comes from the New York Council for the Humanities as well as additional support from the Syracuse University Humanities Center and the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild.

Resources and content has been generously provided by the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild and the Winterthur Library

Photographs in UpstateHistorical are used with the expressed permission of their creators, owners, or other caretakers (for example, a library or archive). Sources are cited in the captions for each image. For further information about photographs, including requests for reproductions, please contact the listed source directly. Please note that we cannot give the contact information of private individuals, nor are we empowered to grant permission for further use of any photographs.

Do you have a story for UpstateHistorical? We would love to hear it! Contact us at UpstateHistorical@gmail.com

In the News!

Project Director Thomas A. Guiler talks about Byrdcliffe and UpstateHistorical for WAMC's Ideas Matter (Albany).

Project Director Thomas A. Guiler taks to Kate Sidley of the New York Council for the Humanities about UpstateHistorical and NYCH's excellent funding opporuntiies as apart of their "Featured Project Directors" Series.

UpstateHistorical has been featured in Winterthur Library News