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1873-09-11 Strike on the R&C RR  Strikers on the R&C RR proceeded to demolish shanties along the track to Rhinebeck and demanded pay from Mr. Rider & O'Brien"  O'Brien, Rider    Newspaper  Transportation, Railroad, Labor  vertical
1873-09-18 Correction of Strike report  Work was completed on the railroad but the paymaster was not available, when they received their pay the riot ceased"      Newspaper  Transportation, Railroad, labor  vertical
1873-09-25 Failure of Thomas Reed  Thomas Reed of this village, stock broker at 64 Broadway obliged to suspend buiness due to stock market panic"  Reed    Newspaper  Business, economy  vertical
1873-10-02 Tramps Cause fire hazard in local barns  Farmers must be on their guard for tramps who may smoke while laying in the haybarms"      Newspaper  Farming  vertical
1874-01-29 Free Academy Bill before the legislature  Editorial opposing the Free Academy which might cost $$25,000"    Village  Newspaper  Schools, Free Academy  vertical
1874-02-12 Rhinebeck School Q & A  Teacher's wages $2,600, money apportioned to the school $1000, average attendance 162, ave. age 9.5 transcript of article"      Newspaper  Schools, Union Free  vertical
1874-04-09 Garden for Rhinebeck  John T. Mullins, gardner for Alfred Wild, puchased garden at head of Livingtston St.& will erect a conservatory to supply fresh produce"  Mullins, Wild    Newspaper  Farming, Produce  vertical
1874-04-14 Racing in the Streets  Editorial- we thought the Park was intended for trials of speed, Village Streets, even East Market Street being raced"      Newspaper  Sport, Horse racing  vertical
1874-04-21 Fruit Trees Numerous  tree agents, shipments of Crab apple, apples, currants"      Newspaper  Farming, fruit trees  vertical
1874-04-22 Rhinebeck Foundry  Rhinebeck Foundry sold by Marquet & Hainer to John Marsh transcript of article"  Marquet, Hainer, Marsh  Village  Newspaper  Manufacturing, Rhinebeck Foundry  vertical
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