In the 1820s, Western New Yorkers turned on the Freemasons, and a new political party took hold, forever changing American politics and igniting the political career of a future U.S. president.
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When Vice President Harry Truman sat down to lunch with a group of friends and supporters in Buffalo, few could have predicted the changes looming in his immediate future.
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While she certainly wasn’t the first Roosevelt to visit the Chautauqua Institution, Eleanor Roosevelt did so more frequently than her two famous relatives. Lori Humphreys recounts her several visits and speeches, along their impact on Chautauqua and the Nation.