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Generally, New York State is a quiet place.  We’re not tornado central, our earthquakes are pretty tame, and it’s been a long time since a tsunami has reached Oneonta.

That said, we have had our fair share of terrible storms and consequential floods.  A lot of those floods from the 20th Century were documented carefully [...]

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Streetviews: Then & Now

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It’s time for more then-and-now with Google Map Streetview!

Pulaski Park in Syracuse, NY: 2011 & 1950s

Little Falls Public Library, Little Falls, NY: 2008 & 1800s

Elmwood Avenue in Geneva, NY: 2009 & ca. 1900

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