Oneida County History Center
The Oneida County Historical Society: Bringing the World Back Home for 140 Years by Ben Schrantz - Come discover the earliest days of the center! This exhibit features the center's oldest and most unique artifacts, some dating back to the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Portraits featured in this exhibit courtesy of Lynne Browne
100 Years of Architecture in Utica by Katelyn Broat - Explore Utica's past through 1820's-1920's architecture. This exhibit showcases 100 years of original photos, artifacts, and information about the structures and the architects who built them.
CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY Curated by our 2016 and 2017 summer interns Hayley Arlin (Colgage University), Katelyn Broat (Proctor High), Erin Burke (Colgate University), and Ben Schrantz (SUNY Fredonia), each exhibit features a unique look at a different aspect of our regional history. Come explore the past and learn something new to share with your friends!
Mohawk Airlines: A Retrospective by Erin Burke - Glimpse into the history of Oneida County's own regional airline. This exhibit offers a local and national perspective examining achievements, events, and social issues.
Our objective is to have you experience history. Volunteers, town historians, interns, and community organizations help to bring you a piece of history with a local perspective. Our 5,000 square foot gallery has multiple exhibits running concurrently. Admission is free and open to the general public; however, donations are strongly encouraged (suggested donation $3.00/person).
Realities of Resettlement by Hayley Arlin- Explore the history of refugee resettlement in Utica from 1990-present. Learn about refugee integration into urban life and it's effects on the social, political, and economic fabric of the Mohawk Valley. Taking time to learn about the refugee integration process is an act of friendship and commitment to uphold the rights of these vulnerable peoples.