To provide an introduction to Constable Hall and its background history, we provide a series of video resources you may browse.
The “Constable Chronicles” is a multi part webinar series. This was sponsored and recorded by the Tug Hill Commission. It is narrated by Martha Constable Murray and provides a great introduction.
Part One – A general introduction to Constable Hall and its construction.
Constable Chronicles, Part One
Part Two – Constable Family background and everyday living in the Hall in the 1800s.
Constable Chronicles, Part Two
Part Three – The Hall in the 1900s, the final generations of Constables to live at the Hall and its change into a Historic House Museum
Constable Chronicles, Part Three
Part Four- Anna Constable, Socialite Turned Suffragist
Constable Chronicles, Part Four
Part Five – William Constable Sr., Spirit of the North Country
Constable Chronicles, Part Five
In 2020, the Dr. Laurie Rush and Peter Hayes recorded a webinar for the Tug Hill Commission. Titled “The Early History of the Black River Valley”, it touches on the historical background of the Hall and features the related Pierrepont Manor and Le Ray Mansion.
Early History of the Black River Valley
Part Six- Constable Chronicles : Into the Adirondack Wilderness
Constable Chronicles, Part Six