Oswego Public Library
Since opening its doors in 1857,The Oswego Public Library has remained One of the Oldest Continuously Used Free Libraries in the United States.
Also known as 'The Castle on the Hill', the Library was built in 1855 in the popular “Norman” or “castellated” style of the time, recreating a medieval castle appearance that was prevalent throughout the East Coast.
The Library is famous for it's role in supporting the 'abolitionists' movement around the time of the Civil War, and was associated with Freedom from Slavery and the Underground Railway.
Today, this beautiful building is more than just a place with Great books and archives, it is a vibrant Community Center that offers learning seminars, a state of the art free-to-use Computer center, Seed bank with agricultural catalogue, Conference Center, and a Children's playing, reading, and learning area.
A dynamic Calendar is filled with activities and projects throughout the year, for both Visitors and local Residents alike
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Please Visit the Library's Website at www.oswegopubliclibrary.org
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