Newspaper Articles About Port Dickinson

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Jan 9, 1899 - Minister's House Burned

Dec 27, 1903 - Chenango Point

May 21, 1905 - First Anthracite Coal Yard Established in the Southern Tier (Port Dick Coal Yard)

Jul 30, 1905 - Port Dickinson Baseball (Mrs. Roy Amsbury)

Aug 25, 1910 - Bicyclist Hit and Killed by Car

Aug 6, 1913 - Girl Held Prisoner 12 Years

Aug 18, 1917 - Port Dickinson Motorcycle Cop Charged for Speeding

Dec 14, 1920 - Auto Crashes Headon Into Trolley: Man Killed

Nov 11, 1929 - Stephens Farm Blaze Linked to Two Others

Sep 3, 1931 - Jacob Lester to Leave for Encampment (Civil War Related) - Photo

Aug 27, 1932 - 3rd Port Dickinson Brother Drowns - Photos

Sep 2, 1932 - 3 Brothers Down in Chenango River in Port Dickinson

Sep 3, 1935 - Albert Nieman New Manager for Triple Cities Traction Co.

Mar 6, 1937 - 11 Planes Destroyed in $20,000 Fire - Building Is Mass of Flames When Port Dickinson Firemen Arrive

May 28, 1938 - 2 Articles on Page: 4 Boys in Blue to Have Spotlight in City's Memorial Day Program and Boys in Blue Memorial Day Observance at Port Dickinson School (Civil War Related) - Photos

Feb 24, 1940 - Only Three Binghamton 'Boys in Blue' Carry on as Taps Sound (Civil War Related) - Photo

May 29, 1940 - Memorial Day 1940 - Photos

May 29, 1941 - Memorial Day: "Looks Like New War for U.S." Says Lester, Civil War Veteran - Photo

May 31, 1941 - Memorial Day - Photos

Nov 15, 1941 - County's Last G.A.R. Survivor Honored by Sons of Union Veterans

Jul 24, 1942 - Patrolman Accused in Dog Shooting Pleads Not Guilty

May 29, 1942 - Last of Civil War Veterans in Broome County to Miss Memorial Day Parade for First Time - Photo

Oct 25, 1943 - Private Albert P. Nieman, Jr., Listed Killed in Action - Photo

Nov 30, 1943 - Two Purple Hearts Awarded, One of Them Posthumously - Parents of A.P. Nieman, Jr., Who Was Killed Aug 15, Receive Decoration

May 29, 1944 - Swapping Army Experiences - Photo

Jul 10, 1944 - John Woulfe Dies in Pacific, Parents Learn - Photo

Jul 27, 1944 - 2 Triple Cities Men Give Lives in War - Photo

Oct 3, 1944 - 2 Articles on Page: Binghamton, Port Dickinson Men Die In Action, 2 Are Wounded, 1 Missing - Photos and Port Dickinson Students To Hold Elections Friday

May 29, 1945 - Last Civil War Veteran, 97, Recalls Quest for Thrills - Photo

Jul 02, 1945 - $9,000 Damage In Port Dick Dwelling Fire - Photo

Jan 28, 1946 - Ready For High School - Photo

May 29, 1946 - Lester, 98, Only Broome Civil War Veteran, Will Participate in Rites - Photo

May 29, 1946 - 155 Civil War Survivors

May 31, 1946 - G.A.R. Veteran Marches - Photo

Jun 13, 1946 - Lester, Only Broome Veteran of Civil War, Named G.A.R. State Junior Vice-Commander - Photo

May 28, 1947 - Broome's Sole Civil War Survivor Adding Year Is 'Old Stuff' To Lester, Who'll Be 100 June 24, Presents Saber to Historical Society of County - Photo

Jun 24, 1947 - Broome's Civil War Survivor Jacob Lester 100 Today - Photo

Jun 26, 1947 - Convention of G.A.R. 1 Man Affair

Jun 30, 1947 - Jacob Lester Is Dead, Reached 100 June 24 - Photo

Jun 30, 1947 - Jacob Lester Funeral To Be Tomorrow - Photo

Dec 7, 1949 - Stove Blamed for Port Dickinson's Worst Fire Since 1945

Jul 14, 1950 - Did Census Leave Out 380 Noses At Port Dickinson?

Nov 1, 1951 - Pol-Ease Don't Disturb (Police Station) - Photo

Dec 28, 1952 - 40 Port Dickinson Fire Guards - Photos

Aug 10, 1954 - Lee W. Knapp Dies At 56 (Police Officer)

Mar 27, 1956 - Port Dickinson Pilot (Naval) Killed in Air Crash - Photo

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