In His Words: Brockport, 1858-1866, The Diary of Joseph A. Tozier

NEW BOOK RELEASED ON BROCKPORT’S HISTORY Since 2013, Sue Savard has led a volunteer project to renovate and restore the Emily L. Knapp Museum of Local History at 49 State Street in Brockport. While organizing and documenting the museum’s collection, she came upon the diary and scrapbooks of Joseph A. Tozier (1836-1894). Feeling they neededContinue reading “In His Words: Brockport, 1858-1866, The Diary of Joseph A. Tozier”

An Evening to Honor Fannie Barrier Williams and William Page

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH On Friday, February 5 at 7 pm, the Village of Brockport will join The College at Brockport to celebrate two of Brockport’s prominent 19th Century African-American residents and their families: William Page and Fannie Barrier Williams. The celebration will include presentations, musical performances, and refreshments. It will take place on the CollegeContinue reading “An Evening to Honor Fannie Barrier Williams and William Page”