Currently, the old Bloomingrove School is being used by a CPA for his tax business.
Currently, the old Bloomingrove School is being used by a CPA for his tax business.
Jim Greenfield
Town HistorianT 518-283-6384

Duties of Town Historian

To preserve, collect and disseminate local historical information and to foster an interest and appreciation of our town’s history by the public.

North Greenbush Notes

North Greenbush Notes are a compilation of articles written by Town Historian Jim Greenfield that show a brief glimpse of North Greenbush at its founding. The articles are published periodically in “The Advertiser.” If anyone has ideas for future columns, please contact Jim Greenfield at 283‑6384 or nghistory@aol.com.

Happy Birthday Vanderheyden

The Troy & Sand Lake Turnpike

Church Street in Wynantskill

The Albany to Sand Lake Plank Road

Bloomingrove Drive

John E Van Alens Slaves

Why Two Greenbushes

Wynantskill Businesses Over the Years

North Greenbush in World War 1

A Glenwood Road House in History

The Last Vandenbergh House

Requiem for “Building G”

The Greenbush Anti Rent War (Autosaved)

The Fonda Family in North Greenbush


Pictures in the attic or basement


Happy Birthday Bloomingrove Reformed Church

cemetery tombstone inscriptions

blacksmithing in Greenbushdoc

North Greenbush Cemeteries

North Greenbush-College Town

North Greenbush Nostrums

Potatoes in North Greenbush

The weatherwax home and family of North Greenbush

Rensselaer County Poor House

Rensselaer County Poor House part 2

Potteries in Greenbush

 story of a Hidley Road House

Ketchum’s Store

Kinney Homestead

Jordans’s Diary Part 1

Jordans’s Diary Part 2

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