American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A residential village of east-central New York west-southwest of Schenectady. It was founded in 1787 by William Cooper, the father of James Fenimore Cooper, who used the region as the setting for his Leatherstocking Tales. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is here. Population: 1,930.
- n. a small town in east central New York; site of the National Baseball Hall of Fame
“(COOPERSTOWN, NY) - As the New York Yankees celebrate their record 27th World Series championship, treasures from the baseball's most memorable moments from the 2009 postseason are now on display in the Autumn Glory exhibit at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.”
“As to Leather-Stocking, this is to be said: that in Cooper's boyhood there lived in Cooperstown a hunter named Shipman whom Cooper himself in the _Chronicles of Cooperstown_, published in 1838, described as "the”
“This was like Babe Ruth designing and building one of the first exhibits in Cooperstown," Kelley said.”
“They will forever be linked, going into the Hall of Fame together July 26 in Cooperstown, N.Y. Who would ever have imagined that in the final days before their induction, it would be Rice, and not Henderson, who would create the headline news with his social commentary?”
“Art of the Native Americans: The Thaw Collection," much of which normally resides in Cooperstown, N.Y., spans 2,00 0 years and dozens of elegant objects, from baskets woven by California's Karuk tribe to a fiery ceremonial horse mask once worn by the Nez Perce.”
“He was best known as an ebullient personality and sports fanatic who had one of the most extensive baseball memorabilia collections outside of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. When he arrived at Robert F. Kennedy Stadium, his mood did not improve, even when the Senators were ahead of the New York Yankees, 7-5, in the top of the ninth inning.”
“The glove will then be sent to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.”
“Washington has been the historic place for presidential first pitches," said John Odell, curator of history and research at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.”
“John Odell, curator of history and research at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, said President William Howard Taft was the first to throw an Opening Day pitch in Washington in 1910.”
“Today we're going to chat about her upcoming season of "firsts," starting with Salome and ending next summer when she'll star as Annie Get Your Gun at the Glimmerglass Festival (formerly Glimmerglass Opera) in Cooperstown, New York.”
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