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New York State Canal Corporation archived Web sites

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

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3 Web sites.
Inclusive Dates:
2006, 2008, 2010
Series Number:
B2058

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of archival copies of the publicly accessible Web site of the New York State Canal Corporation, a subsidiary of the New York State Thruway Authority.

B2058-06: This accretion consists of a copy of the Canal Corporation site that was produced on December 20, 2006, shortly before Governor George E. Pataki (1995-2006) left office. It contains information about and maps of the state's canal system, which consists of the Erie, Champlain, Otsego, and Cayuga-Seneca canals, press releases (2004-2006) and notices to mariners (2004-2006), and photographers of canal boats, canals, and adjacent trailways. Also included are information about recreational passes and permits and commercial shipping fees, a Report on the Future of New York State Canals (2005), and information about the Erie Canal Greenway Initiative and grant programs.

B2058-08: This accretion consists of a copy of the Canal Corporation site that was produced on April 20, 2008, shortly after the resignation of Governor Eliot L. Spitzer (2007-2008). It contains information about and maps of the state's canal system, press releases (2005-2008), notices to mariners (2005-2006), an events calendar and photgraphs of information about boat launches, canal boats available for hire, Report on the Future of New York State Canals (2005), and information about the Erie Canal Greenway Initiative and grant program.

B2058-10: This accretion consists of a copy of the Canal Corporation site that was produced on December 23, 2010, shortly before Governor David A. Paterson (2008-2010) left office.

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Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of the material.

Custodial History

The New York State Archives and the New York State Library used Web archiving software to copy these Web sites in order to preserve the information they contain.

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