Open house on history project at college
An open house for a project titled “The Gotsch Papers: Exploring Our Roots” is scheduled at ColumbiaGreene Community College on Sept. 30 at 3 p.m.
“The Gotsch Papers” is an historical examination of the social, economic and cultural milieu of the city of Hudson in the 19th century. The findings will result from research conducted by history honors students who are completing work that was originated by former academic dean Charles Gotsch in the 1970s.
Research for the project will be supervised and facilitated by Nicole Childrose, assistant professor of history, who 40 years later is inspired to revisit not only Hudson’s roots but the college’s as well.
The project is being onducted in collaboration with the Hudson Area Public Library and the college library. Admission to the open house is free. It will take place in Room 614 of the Professional Academic Center. Refreshments will be served.