Articles By William Perkins

During his life William (Bill) Perkins spent countless hours excavating Indian living and burial sites. He wrote numerous articles on the artifacts he found and how the area was populated with the different tribes. He also amassed a considerable collection of native American tools and arrowheads.  Most were dated between 10,000 and 20,000 years old. While the majority of his collection was donated to two Methodist Church camps to be displayed, he personally donated a small section to the Fulton Public Library.

Photograph Taken at Fulton Public Library

After my father passed away, my mother put a memorial window in the church we had attended, State Street Methodist Church in Fulton, New York.

Herb & Barbara our interests and family

Part of the collection of William E. Perkins as donated