Town of Caroline Historian

Tompkins County, New York

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Town of Caroline Town Hall & Historical Room
Slaterville Springs, NY

The Town of Caroline maintains a Historical Room on the second floor of the Town Hall. The purpose is to collect and maintain items of Town historical value and collect information about the families who have lived in the Town since its settlement in 1794. These include, but are not limited to the following items:

RESEARCH of History Books, Personal Diaries and Journals, Scrap Books, Newspapers, Early Magazines, Old-time Pictures, Church Records, Genealogies, State and Federal Government Records;

INTERVIEWS with many residents of the Town or near-by areas;

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION with former residents and descendants of Early Settlers living at a distance from the Town of Caroline.

The original documents, or copies are available to the public for genealogical and

For more information about the resources available contact the Town Historian at:
Town Historian
PO Box 136
Slaterville Springs, NY 14881-0136

Disclaimer: The records provided on this site were transcribed from copies of original, handwritten records stored at the Town of Caroline Historical Room. Some records are so fragile as to be nearly illegible. We regret the omission of some information due to our human frailties, time, and space limitations. We tried to be as accurate as possible with the information we had available. The spelling of proper names is sometimes inconsistent. Names were spelled the way the document being used for reference spelled them. Please notify the historian of any errors found.

Copyright 2014, Barbara B. M. Kone, Caroline, NY.

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