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    Your Gateway to the Hudson River Valley

    Increasing public awareness of the Hudson River’s significant role in the history of New York and the United States.

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    The Hudson River Valley Review

    Spring 2020: Travel on the Hudson, loyalism reappraised, FDR's start in politics, a history of dairy, and the biography of a community in stained glass.

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Your Gateway to the Historic Hudson River Valley

The Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College is the academic arm of the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area. Its mission is to study and to promote the Hudson River Valley and to provide educational resources for heritage tourists, scholars, elementary school educators, environmental organizations, the business community, and the general public. Its many projects include the publication of the Hudson River Valley Review and the management of a dynamic digital library and leading regional portal site.


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Read The Review Online

Mar 21, 2020

As we all find new ways of doing things more safely, HRVI has made the full text PDFs of all our back issues available for free on our website.

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“Key of America”: Fortress West Point’s Revolutionary History and Sestercentennial Preservation

Jul 07, 2020

Upcoming webinar on West Point with Dr. James M Johnson, Executive Director of the Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College, and Dr. Betsey Blakeslee, Friends of the American Revolution at West Point.

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Regional History Writers on the Rise: Marist Student Authors and the Path to Publication

Jun 15, 2020

Recorded Live from their webinar, hear three sudent authors present highlights of their articles and research for The Hudson River Valley Review and share their experiences researching regional history. Learn about a community now forgotten inside a state park, the vision and technology that transformed Orange County, and the mission behind building an archival collection.

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