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Topic - Jeffrey Cannell
The public is getting a rare opportunity to see some of New York state's most significant artifacts, including the documents that first exposed Benedict Arnold as a traitor and an original handwritten draft of George Washington's Farewell Address.
"To see the documents that (Andre) had on his person when he was captured, when I first saw them a chill went up and down my spine," Cannell said. "This makes history real."
"So much of what we think as American history happened in New York state," Cannell said.