George & Rebecca Barnes Foundation Presents an entertaining and educational event in recognition of Black History Month The Reverend Samuel May, Minister, Reformer, and Abolitionist A Living History Portrayal by […]
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The Barnes-Hiscock Mansion is the subject of a story in the current edition of the Syracuse NewTimes newspaper! The article is available online, or you can pick up a free […]
The George & Rebecca Barnes Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce our first Executive Director, Kristen Earle. Her new post officially begins on August 11, but she’s already […]
Congratulations to Karen Howe, who will be honored by the Preservation Association of Central New York (PACNY) during its 2014 Awards Ceremony! Well wishers are invited to attend the ceremony […]
The Barnes Hiscock Mansion is featured on a newly released online interactive New York State Underground Railroad (UGRR) Map. The map highlights UGRR and Abolitionist sites, programs and tours that […]
We are pleased and excited to announce our first national grant award! The National Park Service Underground Railroad Network to Freedom program has accepted our application for a $10,000 matching […]
The Barnes Foundation has a new sign! Take a look: Thanks to donations from Donna Flook & Linda Emmi, special effort by Cathy Gadley, the Sign Lady and some extraordinary […]
The George and Rebecca Barnes Foundation announces the following recent changes among its board:
Earlier this summer, author Neil K. MacMillan visited the Barnes Mansion to talk about his book, Wicked Syracuse, A History of Sin in Salt City. MacMillan also signed copies of the […]
Here is our Spring 2013 newsletter!
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