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South of the Mountains
Vol. 57, No.  3 
July – September, 2013

In this issue:

2013 Historic Prservation Merit Awards
Six Awards in five categories were given this year at the Rockland County Executive’s Historic Preservation Merit Awards Ceremony and Country Supper on May 19.

Book Review
The Great Oom, The Improbable Birth of Yoga in America, written by Robert Love and Illustrated with photographs from the collection of the Historical Society of Rockland County, is reviewed by your editor.

Rockland County High School Local History Conference
This new program, co-sponsored by the Historical Society of Rockland County and the Comfort Inn in Nanuet was a resounding success.

Cover Picture:  Group photo by George Potanoivic, Jr., ( ) of this year’ s Preservation Merit Awardees.  Back row, Left to Right Clare Sheridan, HSRC President,; Pat McNamee, Former Fire Chief, Relief Hose Company, No.3; Mike Kohut, Mayor of the Village of Havetstrsaw; Garet Livermore, Guest Speaker; Joe Lewis, Joe Bernardo and Perry Masiello, Relief Hose No. 3 Members;.  Front row, left to right:  Chuck Stead; Jan Degenshein; Firth Fabend; Skip Vezzetti; Joe Natale, Relief Hose No. 3 Member.

South of the Mountains (ISSN -0489-9563) is published quarterly by
The Historical  Society of Rockland County
20 Zukor Road
New City, NY  10956
Telephone: 845 634 9629

Editor:  Marjorie H. Johnson; Consulting Editor:  Marianne Leese, HSRC Senior Historian

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While all efforts are made to ensure accuracy in the articles, the Historical Society assumes no responsibility for opinions and conclusion expressed or implied by the contributors. 
The editors welcome contribution of letters and articles.  Please contact the editors at the Historical Society


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