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St. David, often overlooked Welsh saint, to get his due at museum

Welsh immigrants — like the men pictured here — contributed to the slate industry in New York and Vermont. (photo courtesy Slate Valley Museum)
Welsh immigrants — like the men pictured here — contributed to the slate industry in New York and Vermont. (photo courtesy Slate Valley Museum)
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St. Patrick and St. Joseph have plenty of friends in March. The patron saints of Ireland and Italy, respectively, will be cheered with parades, music and special foods. St. Patrick’s Day is always observed on March 17; St. Joseph’s Day follows on March 19. Kathryn Weller wants people to add a third saint to the mix. St. David, an influence with people of Welsh descent, will be honored at the Slate Valley Museum in Granville ...


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