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Upstate History Documentaries
Upstate History Documentaries
Main Street Rising
Explore the evolution of the American Main Street and its enduring symbolism.
Special | 55m 28s
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From the Valley to Victory
From the Valley to Victory tells the story of WWII in the Triple Cities region.
Special | 52m 22s
Old Bones: The Story of Exterminator
'Old Bones' looks at the legendary career of the horse Exterminator.
Special | 1h 14m 17s
Seasons at the Lake
A one hour documentary that explores the history of Oquaga Lake and the family vacation.
Special | 1h 3m 25s
The Gray Riders
A one-hour documentary that explores the 100-year history of the New York State Police.
Special | 58m 26s
Trace the history and evolution of farming and agriculture in Upstate New York.
Special | 1h 25m 16s
Bob Bitz | Web Extra
Bob Bitz, author and historian, discusses the way Native Americans cared for the land.
Special | 43s
Class of the Century
This one hour film explores the lasting impact of the G.I. Bill on higher education.
Special | 58m 15s
Sneak Peek: Harvest
Harvest, a new documentary from WSKG, premieres this November.
Special | 3m 21s
Dorothy Cotton | March on Washington
Dr. Dorothy Cotton reflects on the march & the Citizenship Education Program.
Special | 2m 59s
Will Corprew | March on Washington
Wilbert Corprew reflects on nonviolent protest training.
Special | 3m 14s
Agnes: The Flood of '72
Agnes tells the incredible story of a natural disaster that forever changed a region.
Special | 1h 15m
Follow the life and legacy of George F. Johnson and the community he built.
Special | 1h 25m 5s
Think Thomas Watson Sr., one of the 20th century’s most prominent and charismatic CEOs.
Special | 1h 25m
"The Dusters" chronicles the birth and rise of the sport of hockey in the Southern Tier.
Cornell: Birth of the American University
Cornell: Birth of the American University chronicles the founding of Cornell University.
Special | 1h 1m 30s
Glenn Curtiss: The Forgotten Eagle
Explore the life or aviation pioneer Glenn H. Curtiss in this hour-long documentary.
Special | 1h 3m 12s
The Flood of '35
The story of the worst natural disaster in the history of the Southern Tier of New York.
Special | 54m 21s
Binghamton: Building the Parlor City
Traces the history of Binghamton, NY from an Indian village through its industrial heyday.
Special | 52m 12s
Link: The Quiet Genius
In 1929, 25 year-old Edwin Link would build the world’s first successful flight simulator.
Special | 57m 37s
Watkins Glen the Street Years: 1946-1952
The film tells the story of the first five years of street racing in Watkins Glen.
Special | 56m 49s
Southern Tier Memory Store 3
Preserves in word and image an abundance of objects and events.
Special | 52m 47s
Southern Tier Memory Store 2
A series of remembrances of events and everyday life in the Southern Tier of New York.
Special | 54m 57s
Southern Tier Memory Store 1
Offers a nostalgic look at the Southern Tier of New York's landmarks and institutions.
Special | 57m 9s