Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include American,Rural, Late Woodland, Late Archaic/Early Woodland and Native American dating back to 1500.
The famous person Rev. Louis W. Parson is associated with one of more of the Albany County historic places.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Albany County places including Carr & Co. Merriam, Barker and Smith, Maj. D.B. Douglass, Frederick Olmsted, Vanderhyden Corp., John & Edmund Walsh and Ernest Hoffman. Prominent architectural styles found in Albany Country are Greek Revival, Italianate and Late Victorian.