Local History Out Loud, Chapter One

Click here for the County Historian's latest video project, Local History Out Loud, Chapter One: From the Iroquois Confederacy to Pre-Civil War Era.

Explore Livingston County's rich cultural heritage through spoken narratives arranged with historical imagery and music in this engaging video.

Thank you to the two dozen County employees, community officials, and residents lent their voices to this project, including Amie and Bill Alden, Lisa Burns, Brenda Donahue, Phyllis Dreywood, Heather and Joe Ferrero, Steve Gates, Valerie Griffing, Don Higgins, Maureen Kingston, Eileen LaFave-Bickford, Laura Lane, Mary Jo Marks, Gregory McCaffrey, Lynne Mignemi, Wendy Morris, Chris Norton, Kathy and Olie Olson, David W Parish, Michele Rees, Tom Roffe, and Rhea Walker.

The Sullivan Campaign of the Revolutionary War

This short video, created for the Livingston County Tourism Office, illuminates the story of the Sullivan Campaign of 1779. Click here.