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OUR TOWN

'Our Town: Schenectady': An Electric History

  • Aired: 01/19/2012
  • 02:56
  • Rating: NR
Chris Hunter, Schenectady Museum Director of Archives & Collections, delves into the history of engineering in Schenectady which began when Thomas Edison relocated his power generating manufacturing to the area and later merged his companies to form GE. With engineering advancements progressing every year from solar power, wind turbines, and beyond, Schenectady remains the leader in engineering.
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Uncover the fascinating history of engineering in Schenectady, New York.
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