Marker map makes new website a historic envy

NORWICH – The Chenango County Historical Society is bringing history into the twenty-first century by unveiling a new website design that features updated CCHS newsletters, museum information, exhibit photos and an impressive new virtual exhibit entirely available online.



“We knew our website was in rough shape and outdated,” admitted CCHS Director Alan Estus. It was only by way of collaboration between Historical Society members, along with the volunteer efforts of website developers Chris Bishop and Mike Gray, that the historical society not only updated its website but also added a new feature that the rest of New York State “should be jealous of,” said Estus.

Along with the general information often expected of any organization’s website, CCHS is proud to feature their “Historical Markers of Chenango County” – an online map that utilizes Google Map software to allow anyone to view New York State historical markers established throughout Chenango County.


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