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Bicentennial Biographies No. 196 – 200

A collection of bicentennial biographies from Chautauqua County, N.Y. featuring Horace Greeley (Clymer), George W. Patterson (Westfield), Richard T. Ely (Ripley), Aaron Hall (Charlotte, Westfield and Jamestown) and Obed Edson (Sinclairville). Originally broadcast on local radio stations Oct. 10 – … Continue reading

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Richard T. Ely – Bicentennial Biography No. 198

Richard Theodore Ely was born April 13, 1854, in Ripley, the eldest of three children of Ezra Sterling Ely and the former Harriet Gardner Mason. He received his early education in the public schools of Ripley and later attended the … Continue reading

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Bicentennial Biographies No. 81 – 85

A collection of bicentennial biographies from Chautauqua County, N.Y. featuring Albion Tourgee (Mayville), James H. McGraw (Harmony), Frank Burns (Westfield), Everett Burmaster (Hanover), Irv Noren (Jamestown). Originally broadcast on local radio stations May 2 – May 6, 2011. Continue reading

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Bicentennial Biographies No. 66 – 70

A collection of bicentennial biographies from Chautauqua County, N.Y. featuring June Card (Dunkirk), Daniel E. Button (Dunkirk), John Birdsall (Mayville), John Bidwell (Riply) and Walter Washington (Jamestown). Originally airing on local radio stations April 11 – April 15, 2011. Continue reading

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Bicentennial Biographies No. 56 – 60

A collection of bicentennial biographies from Chautauqua County, featuring Lucile M. Wright (Jamestown), Evelynn Crandall (Kennedy), Harriet “Pantsy” Walker (Fredonia), Hugh Bedient (Falconer), and Benjamin F. Goodrich (Ripley). Originally airing on local radio stations March 28 – April 1, 2011. Continue reading

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