If These Fields Could Talk

Museum to host talk on Glynwood

Liz Corio will discuss the history of Glynwood at 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 21, at the Putnam History Museum in Cold Spring. Corio will trace the farm’s history from the Wappinger clan of the Munsee Nation through its time as a private estate and outline its connections to local families. Admission is free for members or $10 otherwise.

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