Retired Orleans County Historian C. W. “Bill” Lattin produced weekly articles from 1979-1997, entitled, Bethinking of Old Orleans. These articles featured a treasure-trove of historical information about Orleans County since its inception to modern times. This page contains all articles written in during the thirty-second year of 2010. Special thanks to historian Frank Berger for clipping these articles from various local newspapers. We hope you enjoy reading and researching through this great resource.

Vol. 32 No. 1 Orleans County on the Move 01/07/2010

Vol. 32 No. 2 Remembering my Grandma 01/14/2010

Vol. 32 No. 3 Church Repairs all Relative 01/21/2010

Vol. 32 No. 4 Gaines Basin Bridge 01/28/2010

Vol. 32 No. 5 Yates Center a Victim of Lack of Water Power 02/04/2010

Vol. 32 No. 6 Winter Fun on the Canal 02/11/2010

Vol. 32 No. 7 Ice Harvest 02/18/2010

Vol. 32 No. 8 Widening the Erie Canal 02/25/2010

Vol. 32 No. 9 Telephone Communication 03/04/2010

Vol. 32 No. 10 An 1849 Perspective 03/11/2010

Vol. 32 No. 11 Medina’s Old Millrace 03/18/2010

Vol. 32 No. 12 Ebenezer Mix 03/25/2010

Vol. 32 No. 13 Dr. O. Nichoson 04/01/2010

Vol. 32 No. 14 Eastman Comes to Albion 04/08/2010

Vol. 32 No. 15 Perception of Death Exhibit at Cobblestone 04/15/2010

Vol. 32 No. 16 Early Electric Light in Orleans County 04/22/2010

Vol. 32 No. 17 Eastman Music Comes to Albion 04/29/2010

Vol. 32 No. 18 Gaines Fire 1910 05/06/2010

Vol. 32 No. 19 Old Reconnoiter 05/13/2010

Vol. 32 No. 20 Mount Albion Tower Honors the Fallen 05/20/2010

Vol. 32 No. 21 Eastman Comes to Albion 05/27/2010

Vol. 32 No. 22 Pioneers of Orleans County 06/03/2010

Vol. 32 No. 23 Phipps Union Seminary a Source of Pride 06/10/2010

Vol. 32 No. 24 The Miller-Pettengill Enterprises 06/17/2010

Vol. 32 No. 25 Revolutionary War Connections 06/24/2010

Vol. 32 No. 26 Lemuel Cook was the Oldest Person to have Lived in Orleans County 07/01/2010

Vol. 32 No. 26 Remembering Orleans County in 1869 07/08/2010

Vol. 32 No. 27 A Poem Written About the Old Grange Hall 07/15/2010

Vol. 32 No. 28 George Stebbins 07/22/2010

Vol. 32 No. 29 Gaines Meets the Demands of Early Travel 07/29/2010

Vol. 32 No. 30 Historical Walk 08/05/2010

Vol. 32 No. 31 The Medina and Darien Railroad 08/16/2010

Vol. 32 No. 32 Anti-Swearing Society 08/19/2010

Vol. 32 No. 33 In Pursuit of Power 08/26/2010

Vol. 32 No. 34 Gravel Road 09/02/2010

Vol. 32 No. 35 In Search of Oil and Gas 09/09/2010

Vol. 32 No. 36 The Gaines Cobblestone School 09/16/2010

Vol. 32 No. 37 Charles W. Howard Day is Saturday 09/23/2010

Vol. 32 No. 38 Albion’s Pride 09/30/2010

Vol. 32 No. 39 Grave Matters 10/07/2010

Vol. 32 No. 40 To Preserve and Educate 10/14/2010

Vol. 32 No. 41 Introducing Deborah Brundage, Cobblestone Director 10/21/2010

Vol. 32 No. 42 Medina United Methodist Church 10/28/2010

Vol. 32 No. 43 Beyond the Grave 11/04/2010

Vol. 32 No. 44 Miscellaneous Stories 11/11/2010

Vol. 32 No. 45 Albion Rotary 50 Years Ago 11/18/2010

Vol. 32 No. 46 Lyndonville Canning Company 11/25/2010

Vol. 32 No. 47 Reminiscences 12/02/2010

Vol. 32 No. 48 Orleans Had Talented Carriage Painter 12/10/2010

Vol. 32 No. 49 Apple Harvest 12/16/2010

Vol. 32 No. 50 Santa at Work 12/23/2010

Vol. 32 No. 51 Henry L. Porter Was Well Known 12/30/2010

Vol. 32 No. 52 Murdock was Prosperous Farmer 01/06/2011

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