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1 Petition seeks removal of Juneau statue honoring Alaska-purchase driver William H. Seward
2 Petition seeks removal of statue of William Seward
3 Honor and history: Two Auburnians, two different projects at Fort Hill Cemetery
4 Why the William Henry Seward statues should be removed
5 Polarizing Petition: Hundreds call for statue's removal
6 Now they're coming for statue of William Seward
7 Opinion: Preserve our history, don't tear it down
8 Local man involved in Alaska purchase
9 Online petition seeks to have statue of William Seward removed
10 Auburn’s William Seward also dreamed of Greenland (Commentary)
11 Granger at the Movies: 'Away,' 'Togo,' 'Infidel'
12 10 Resolute Facts About William Seward
13 Coeur d'Alene Press
14 Some women are works of art
15 Seward's Folly: The Conspiracy Theory That Has Plagued New York City's William Seward Statue for More Than a Century
16 Seward’s 83-Year Folly: New York City Finally Is Filling a Work Order
17 Work order on Seward statue to be filled after 83 years
18 Opinion: Call to remove Seward statue is consistent with views of Southeast Alaska Natives.
19 Meet 'Mr. Seward': Auburnian subject of new one-man show at museum
20 Seward House in Auburn announces reopening plans
21 It's Not a Big Deal When Politicians Plagiarize
22 William H. Seward Statue to visit Seward | News
23 This Day In History, May 18th, 2020
24 Finally, Fanny: Author publishes first known biography of William H. Seward's youngest child
25 Items signed by Washington, Lincoln, JFK and Jackie, Einstein, others are in One of a Kind Collectibles
26 The slave and the diplomat
27 Dueling petitions want Seward statue to stay
28 The Alaska purchase is just one reason Seward is among the most important men in US history
29 Seward House Museum receives $10K preservation grant
30 Brettle: Three crisis-leadership lessons from Abraham Lincoln
31 Auburn historic sites react to inclusion in 'Harriet'
32 Born May 16: William H. Seward
33 Abolitionist "Wide Awakes" Were Woke Before "Woke"
34 At Auburn's Seward House a new exhibit details the attempted assassination of William Seward
35 Seward statue arriving soon
36 William Henry Seward 1801-1872 By June Allen
37 'Smiling village': Sherwood Inn plaque reveals William Henry Seward's love for Skaneateles
38 Alaska purchase was just part of Seward's legacy
39 Father of Alaska was ‘Uncle of Washington state’
40 A collection of images from Orenda Springs Experiential Learning Center in Marcellus, NY
41 Love the movie 'Lincoln'? Read more about Abe, Seward
42 Insightful new look at 'Seward's Folly'
43 Seward descendant takes first step to challenge removal of Cole painting from Seward House
44 1859: Tubman's first home
45 Peek Through Time: Jackson County footnotes part of William H. Seward history
46 At the first national Thanksgiving, the Civil War raged
47 'Once is not enough': Seward House hosts haunted history tours in Auburn
48 Efforts underway in Alaska to remove statues of colonialists
49 How the Disastrous Trent Affair Nearly Caused Britain to Help the Confederacy
50 You decide: New Seward museum exhibit throws visitors into unsolved mystery
51 Lincoln's Secretary of State's Jerusalem Visit
52 'Best experience ever': Auburn historical sites team up for summer camp
53 Crowd gathers for William Seward statue dedication | News
54 Opinion: The necessity of history
55 NYC Statue Will Finally Get Upgrade 83 Years After It Was Initially Requested
56 Almanac
57 Auchampaugh: The full story of William Seward's most famous defendant
58 The myth—and memorabilia—of Seward's Folly
59 First settlement in county was made by "first comers" in 1865
60 History and theater: Auburn native to perform historic play on Fanny Seward at APT
61 Travel Channel to feature Seward House, story of attack on William Seward in show on Sunday
62 Political conventions are assuredly not what they used to be
63 'Lincoln's' Seward: A conversation with David Strathairn about portraying Auburn's favorite son
64 Seward was one of Alaska's First 'Tourists By DAVE KIFFER
65 Auburn's Seward House to host international food event based on William H. Seward's travels
66 3 crisis-leadership lessons from Abraham Lincoln
67 Seward Family Archive to be digitized, made available to public
68 Column; Thanksgiving and Lincoln's legacy | Columns | salemnews.com
69 City of Auburn building permits: Sept. 20, 2020
70 Tubman, Seward statues to be dedicated in Schenectady
71 Seward Family Digital Archive project tops $1 million in grant money
72 Abraham Lincoln's legacy represents the real inclusiveness of Thanksgiving | Opinion
73 Seward statue placed | News | sewardindependent.com
74 This Week Then: Washington Territory and the Civil War
75 $360000 Grant Helps Put One of the Nation's Most Important 19th Century Archives Online
76 Cyr: Thanksgiving and Lincoln’s legacy
77 Seward House loaning painting to Alaska, showcasing history of its purchase on 150th anniversary
78 Letter, 6/21: Strife comes from man's greed
79 Letter: The other side of the story
80 Statue unveiled
81 Narrow escape for Lincoln's secretary of state | Local News
82 Oh, for a return to the days when the Grand Old Party was actually grand
83 North Branford chief: Communication system repairs ‘critical’
84 Auburn's Seward House gets go-ahead to sell controversial painting
85 'All the stories we can tell': Seward House celebrates 200 years with anniversary exhibit
86 140th anniversary of Seward's death commemorated in graveside ceremony
87 Hands-on history: Kids will learn about Case, Seward, Tubman at Auburn camp
88 Seward House painting 'Portage Falls on the Genesee' to finally be sold
89 Tubman Home brings 'Harriet' movie screening to Auburn-area theater
90 April 14, 1865: President Lincoln is shot by an assassin in Washington
91 Echoes Of 1863: How Lincoln Transformed Thanksgiving, And Why It's Relevant Today
92 Seward's Pricey Icebox
93 At the Courthouse | Local News | beatricedailysun.com
94 This Day In History, October 18th, 2019
95 Togo to go: Bronze Dog Statue in Seward Park is Relocated
96 Today in History, March 30: Ronald Reagan shot outside D.C. hotel
97 Cayuga County property transfers: Sept. 20, 2020
98 2020 spelling bee: Meet 35 of Central NY’s best young spellers
99 Lincoln assassination: The other murder attempt
100 Read Thousands of Abraham Lincoln's Newly Transcribed Letters Online