Kerr History Prize
Endowed by Paul S. Kerr, and named for him by the board of trustees, this $1,000 prize is awarded each year to the best article published in New York History, as judged by a special trustee committee.
|2010||Christopher Geherin, New Guinea: Racial Identity and Inclusion in the Stockbridge and Brothertown Indian Communities of New York|
|2012||Tom D. Crouch, Ph.D, The Aeronautic Society of New York and the Birth of American Aviation, 1908-1918|
|2013||Laurence M. Hauptman, Ph.D, On and Off State Time: William N. Fenton and the Seneca Indians in Crisis, 1954-1968|
|2014||Kees-Jan Waterman and Jan-Noel, Not Confined to the Village Clearings: Indian Women in the Fur Trade in Colonial New York, 1695-1732|
|2015||Barry Goldberg , “That Jewish Crowd:” Prejudice, Protest and the Policies of Fair Employment and Education Law in New York, 1945-1950|
|2016||Abby Shelton , “Her Humble Estate”: Poverty and Widowhood in Seventeenth-Century New York|