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By Deborah Bauder

OCC has a bit of a secret. Tucked in the trees on the edge of campus is a piece of local history that most people don’t even know is there. The General Ellis Cemetery, with a first recorded burial in 1798, has been largely forgotten by all but the most dedicated of local history buffs. And yet it houses a rather interesting piece of American history in its woody grove – the final resting place of one of Syracuse’s earliest pioneers.


<em>Edit Blog entry</em> Words and Music Express Gratitude

In honor of National Poetry Month OCC Archives is highlighting a piece of music written by Professor Emeritus Donald B. Miller. The connection between music and poetry is a natural one considering that both use rhythm, rhyme, and flow to tell a story or to express a message. In Professor Miller’s case that story is one of gratitude, and the words he so beautifully set to music convey the depth of our collective national appreciation for those members of the U.S. armed forces who made the ultimate sacrifice and remain posthumously unidentified.

<em>Edit Blog entry</em> March is Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History month. To celebrate, we’ve selected from the archives some images of women who have contributed to the scholarship, culture, and history of OCC over the years. Previously posted on the Archives and Special Collections page of Coulter Library’s website, you can now see them here.

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