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'Niagara Discoveries' available at History Center

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Tue, Jan 8th 2019 11:50 am

Ann Marie Linnabery’s new book, “Niagara Discoveries, Volume 2 2015-2017,” is now available at the Niagara History Center’s Outwater Gift Shop, 215 Niagara St., Lockport.

From 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, Linnabery will briefly discuss some of the weekly articles she has written for the Lockport Union-Sun & Journal that are included in this volume, her research, and what inspired these stories. Following the program, Linnabery will be available to sign books. The book sells for $25 and includes 100 articles about local history written between 2015-17.

Linnabery is the assistant director/education coordinator at the History Center of Niagara. She has a M.A. in American history from SUNY/Buffalo (1992) with an emphasis on the social, religious and political history of Western New York in the 19th century. Before the History Center, Linnabery held positions at the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site, the Castellani Art Museum, and the Western New York Association of Historical Agencies.

In addition to her employment, she has also volunteered at other museums in Erie and Niagara counties over the past 38 years. Linnabery has contributed to local, state and national publications, and since 2013 has written a local history column.

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