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Esperance Historical Society and Museum

  • 123 Church Street
  • Esperance, NY 12066
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The Village of Esperance, New York is located on Historic US Route 20 and is home to the Esperance Commons, granted to the village by William North in 1820. The Commons now includes the 1878 schoolhouse housing the Esperance Historical Society Museum and Chapel Library, a carriage barn displaying old farm equipment, and the 1824 Presbyterian stone church which is still active today. The museum and carriage barn highlight displays of artifacts, photographs, old farm equipment, and other items that reveal the story of a rural upstate New York village centered on agriculture and trade along the Great Western Turnpike. Groups accepted, please contact Ken Jones for details.

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