The Danforths of Onondaga County
An interactive educational program presented by the Onondaga Historical Association
Thursday, October 13
6:30 to 7:30 PM
Meet Major Asa, his wife Hannah, and their family and friends. The Major and Hannah share the hardships faced by soldiers and their families during the Revolutionary War. Experience snippets of their rugged life in the wild west of Central New York in the late 18th century. Become privy to the trials and tribulations of one of our first families during their life in Onondaga Hollow and help them in the decisions they must make. Experience an insightful interactive adventure of early life in the wilderness for young and old.
Visitors to the library must continue to adhere to accepted COVID-19 safety protocols.
Onondaga Historical Association’s programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.
“Where the Indian Trail” Marker
Photographed by Mollie, February 1, 2020
From HMdb.org, “The Indian Trail”
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