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3 – Syracuse.comWant to see a slice of Queen Victoria’s wedding cake on display in Auburn?

1 – Syracuse.comCNY Spaces: Seward House Museum


31 – Syracuse.comAuburn’s Seward House Museum Gallery

30 – The CitizenCommander of Civil War re-enactors coming to Seward House talks gunfire, Confederate flag

28 – CNYCentralYour Town: Seward House

25 – The CitizenSeward House Museum in Auburn tends its gardens the natural way

15 – The CitizenTour of tastes: Seward House, Skillet & Embers collaboration features foreign cuisine, music in the museum’s garden

12 – The Citizen—Chabot: Auburn museums finding new ways for guests to savor history

3 – The Citizen—Auburn recognizes anniversary of the end of the Civil War, contributions by Sewards


22 – The New York History Blog—Seward Family Treasures On Exhibit In Auburn

19 – WCNY—Insight

11 – The Citizen—History hidden in plain sight: These 12 Auburn homes form new tour from Seward, Cayuga museums

10 – Ithaca Times—Seward House in Auburn Features New Exhibit on Assassination Attempt

5 – TWC News—Could Harriet Tubman Become First Woman on U.S. Paper Bills?


30 – The Citizen—Seward House Museum wins TripAdvisor award, will participate in Blue Star Museums

27 – The Citizen—Seward House hosting talk by author of book about Seward’s would-be assassin

13 – CNYCentral—Brandon Roth Live at Seward House

2 – The Citizen—Seward House speaker to lead look at political cartoons of Seward, Lincoln May 8


25 – TWC News—Historian: William Henry Seward Risked Federal Arrest to Aid Underground Railroad in CNY

24 – The Citizen—Seward House Museum to host summer food event inspired by its namesake’s international travels

23 –—Auburn’s Seward House to host international food event based on William H. Seward’s travels

14 –—150 years since assassination of President Abraham LincolnHistory Channel—The Other Targets of Booth’s Murder Conspiracy

8 – The Citizen—New Seward House talk series starts Saturday with The Battle of Cherbourg as subject

1 –—At Auburn’s Seward House a new exhibit details the attempted assassination of William Seward