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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Clinton County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Clinton County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Clinton County, NY (104) Essex County, NY (189) Franklin County, NY (51) Chittenden County, VT (125) Grand Isle County, VT (12)  ClintonCounty(104) Clinton County (104)  EssexCounty(189) Essex County (189)  FranklinCounty(51) Franklin County (51)  ChittendenCountyVermont(125) Chittenden County (125)  GrandIsleCounty(12) Grand Isle County (12)
Adjacent to Clinton County, New York
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    Chittenden County, Vermont (125)
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1New York (Clinton County), Altona — McGregor Powerhouse
McGregor Powerhouse and LaSalle Dam est. 1923 by William H. Miner — Map (db m106442) HM
2New York (Clinton County), AuSable — Ausable Chasm's "Famous Boat Ride" — Origins And Overview —
When Ausable Chasm opened to the public in 1870, access was limited to a couple of places, one being Table Rock from the Chasm rim via a long steep staircase. This changed in 1873 when Philadelphia entrepreneurs acquired lands along the Chasm's . . . — Map (db m160734) HM
3New York (Clinton County), AuSable — How Did They Get Boats Back For The Next Ride?
Each boat, and each boatman paining, made many trips down the Chasm a day (often 10-20). Getting 1-to 2-ton boats back upriver 1 mile (16 km) from the Boat Landing to Table Rock for another ride posed quite the challenge. So how was this done? . . . — Map (db m160736) HM
4New York (Clinton County), AuSable — Our Freedom BellNorth Star Underground Railroad Museum
The Liberty Bell is an iconic American symbol of freedom. It represents our independence from Great Britain. In 1851, church bells in Syracuse, New York, rang an alarm when U.S. marshals arrested fugitive Slave William "Jerry” Williams. . . . — Map (db m162034) HM
5New York (Clinton County), AuSable — The Boats And The Boatmen
Seneca R Stoddard, eminent Adirondacks photographer and guidebook author, penned these words about the Ausable Chasm (Kaz' m] Best Ride in 1890— "Through a cleft in the lower edge of Table Rock we descend and enter the large bateaux . . . — Map (db m160733) HM
6New York (Clinton County), AuSable — What Is This Boat? — What Was This Boat Used For? —
The boat displayed here belonged to the last fleet of wooden boats used for the highly popular scenic boat tour of Ausable Chasm [Aw-SAY-bull Kaz-'m], enjoyed by millions of people since it began in 1873. Then—as now—the boat tour . . . — Map (db m160731) HM
7New York (Clinton County), Beekmantown — Culver Hill Memorial
Culver Hill, September 6, 1814. Near this spot fell Corporal Stephen Partridge of the Essex County New York State Militia, also Brevet Lieut. Colonel James Willington and Ensign John Chapman of the 3rd Foot British Army. — Map (db m106395) HM
8New York (Clinton County), Beekmantown — Philip Farnsworth's Tavern
On Sept. 6, 1814 the left wing of the British Army, on its invasion route to Plattsburgh, passed here. It fired upon this house, according to tradition, thinking it to be a fort. — Map (db m105807) HM
9New York (Clinton County), Beekmantown — Point Au Roche Methodist Episcopal Church
The Point Au Roche Methodist Episcopal Church stood west of this sign. It was built in the early 1850s on land from the Moore family. This red brick church was the community focal point, a place where people came to worship and socialize. — Map (db m105857) HM
10New York (Clinton County), Beekmantown — The War of 1812
Culver Hill site of bloody skirmish between American forces and the invading British army Sept. 6, 1814 — Map (db m106392) HM
11New York (Clinton County), Champlain — First School
In the first school which stood near this site Dr. William Beaumont surgeon and physiologist was schoolmaster, 1807-10. — Map (db m106843) HM
12New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Jehudi Ashmun
Site of the birthplace of Jehudi Ashmun, April 21, 1794. First colonization agent at Liberia, Africa, 1822-1828. — Map (db m106844) HM
13New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Point au Fer Historic Site
This wasn't always the quiet, peaceful place you find today. Point au Fer was once an important strategic military post. The northern half of Lake Champlain used to be controlled by the French. On June 6, 1760, during the French and Indian War . . . — Map (db m48732) HM
14New York (Clinton County), Champlain — 355 — St. Mary's Academy
1906-2012. Daughter of the Charity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus sailed from France in 1905 to start the Academy. "Tout pour la gloire de Dieu" — Map (db m132721) HM
15New York (Clinton County), Champlain — The "White House"
In 1774, a two-story white stone garrison was built here by the British, fortified by American Gen. John Sullivan with entrenchment and stockade in 1776 and destroyed by fire in 1805. British occupation 1774 - 1775 and 1776-1796. American . . . — Map (db m49069) HM
16New York (Clinton County), Chazy — 1805 Log Home
Built by John B. Trombly who had a family of eleven. Oldest inhabited log home in Clinton County. — Map (db m106114) HM
17New York (Clinton County), Chazy — A. Vantine Farm
Muron Regt. of 1000 men camped here prior to the Sept. 11, 1814 Battle of Plattsburgh. They never reached Plattsburgh. — Map (db m105808) HM
18New York (Clinton County), Chazy — Chazy Central
This marker is to signify that Chazy School was the first central school in the state of New York and the U.S.A. Nov. 14, 1916. — Map (db m107203) HM
19New York (Clinton County), Chazy — Homestead Site of Jean LaFramboise
1763 homestead site of Jean LaFramboise first settler in Clinton County driven out by Burgoyne in 1777-Returned 1783 Estab. 1st North Country apple orchard — Map (db m105856) HM
20New York (Clinton County), Chazy — Riverview Cemetery
In 1811 Dr. Nathan Carver gave land for a cemetery. This is the burial place of local philanthropist William H. & Alice T. Miner. — Map (db m106416) HM
21New York (Clinton County), Chazy — Sept. 11, 1814
Near this spot survivors of the British gunboat Simcoe buried their dead comrades left on board following the American naval victory on Plattsburgh Bay. — Map (db m105855) HM
22New York (Clinton County), Chazy — The Scott Home
1814 British headquarters in Chazy village under Gen. Prevost with his staff of ten officers prior to the Battle of Plattsburgh — Map (db m106113) HM
23New York (Clinton County), Clintonville — 537 — Clintonville
Prominent for iron industry, one of region’s largest bloomery forges 1833-1890. Used ore from Arnold Hill, Palmer Hill and Winter Mine. William G. Pomeroy Foundation 2019 • 537Map (db m137824) HM
24New York (Clinton County), Dannemora — First State Hospital for Criminally Insane
1899 Governor Theodore Roosevelt signed bill establishing first state hospital for criminally insane - opened 1900 — Map (db m74882) HM
25New York (Clinton County), East Beekmantown — East Beekmantown
Here lie buried
Revolutionary Soldiers and sons who resisted invading southbound British forces in this forested area
September 6, 1814 East Beekmantown Cemetery Corp.Map (db m137920) HM WM
26New York (Clinton County), Keeseville — 221 — Evergreen Cemetery
Est. 1849. Final resting place of veterans, members of U.S. Congress & citizens who were critical in Keeseville's history — Map (db m136668) HM
27New York (Clinton County), Keeseville — 448 — Train Depot
Keeseville, Ausable Chasm, & Lake Champlain Railroad, a "peanut" line. Took mail, freight & passengers here to Port Kent from 1890-1924 — Map (db m132697) HM
28New York (Clinton County), Keeseville — Underground Railroad
Station where Negro slaves were aided to escape to Canada — Map (db m84244) HM
29New York (Clinton County), Mooers — First Town Meeting
Held in home of John Shedden April 3, 1804. His grandson, Lucien Love Shedden was Regent of The University of the State of New York 1905-1912. — Map (db m147430) HM
30New York (Clinton County), Morrisonville — 229 — Soper Cemetery
A.K.A. Ayer-Soper Cemetery. Burial site for Ayer, Hall, Robinson & Soper families. Headstones remaining show interments from 1832-1863. — Map (db m133083) HM
31New York (Clinton County), Peru — Battle of Valcour
Commemorating the valor of American Forces - led by - Benedict Arnold at the Battle of Valcour October 11, 1776 — Map (db m126078) HM
32New York (Clinton County), Peru — 419 — Harkness Church
Dr. Georgia Harkness 1891-1974. Author, scholar, activist & clergy member. First female professor of theology at a U.S. seminary. — Map (db m132695) HM
33New York (Clinton County), Peru — Jonas Platt Homeca. 1820
Jonas Platt (1769 – 1834) 2nd son of Zephaniah Platt and bro. of Robt. Platt. Jonas was Mem. NYS Assembly 1796, NYS Senate 1810 - 1813. — Map (db m126086) HM
34New York (Clinton County), Peru — Peru Landing
Est. ca. 1787 by John Craig as only port between Essex & Cumberland Head. 9-11-1814 VT. Militia landed here to join Battle of Plattsburgh. — Map (db m126083) HM
35New York (Clinton County), Peru — Peru’s First Settler
William Hay, a Scotsman, was Peru's first settler. He built his house in this vicinity in 1772. Hay had a friendly relationship with Benedict Arnold and witnessed the "Battle of Valcour.” The town's first marriage was between . . . — Map (db m136672) HM
36New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — 24 Pounder Cannon
These replica cannon are similar to those used on American Commandant Thomas Macdonough's flagship Saratoga on September 11, 1814. The 24 pound round iron shot from the long-range, smooth bore, muzzle-loaded "24" was effective up to one-half mile. — Map (db m76383) HM
37New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Addoms - Hagar Burial Ground
The burial site of John Addoms, Luther Hagar and their families, 1807-1853 — Map (db m136767) HM
38New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Afghanistan and Iraq/ Plattsburgh Barracks Monument
We honor all those who served in Afghanistan and Iraq — Map (db m47535) WM
39New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — B-47 Strato-Jet Bomber MemorialPlattsburgh Air Force Base
This B-47 Strato-Jet Bomber stands as a lasting memorial to the valiant men who flew and supported B-47’S from March 21, 1956 to December 14, 1965, while they were assigned to Plattsburgh Air Force Base. This monument has been presented by the . . . — Map (db m92743) WM
40New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Battle of Plattsburgh Bay
Throughout the War of 1812, British forces targeted Lake Champlain as an invasion route. United States Navy Lieutenant Thomas Macdonough was able to confine them in the Richelieu River of Quebec throughout the summer of 1813. American shipbuilders . . . — Map (db m48447) HM
41New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — British Hospital
The British army used the basement of this house for a hospital during Battle of Plattsburg September, 1814 — Map (db m106552) HM
42New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — 55 — Champy
Legendary lake monster lives here. Over 300 sightings reported since 1819. Up to 200 feet long. NYS Law protects this regional icon. — Map (db m136671) HM
43New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — City Hall - 1917
City Hall was built by John Russell Pope, who later used its classical lines to design the Jefferson Memorial in Washington. L hotel de ville fut construite par John Russell Pope. Il reprit ce style de lignes classiques pour la . . . — Map (db m115220) HM
44New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Col. Thomas Miller's Home
Site of Col. Thos. Miller's Home Cdr. 8th Reg. N.Y. Militia Battle of Plattsburgh. British troops occupied house Sept. 6-11, 1814. Orig. house burned 1844. — Map (db m106326) HM
45New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — FB-111A Strategic Bomber(1971-1991) — Plattsburgh Air Force Base —
The role of the FB-111A, Strategic Air Command’s premier penetrating bomber, spanned the last 20 years of the Cold War. This aircraft and the people in the 380th Bombardment Wing who flew, maintained and supported it, contributed to America’s most . . . — Map (db m92744) WM
46New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — First Building
Erected in this settlement stood here in 1767. It was the home of Count Charles de Fredenburgh. — Map (db m48731) HM
47New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Fort Brown
The embankment on this spot is all that remains of Fort Brown which constituted the left flank of the American line of defense at the Battle of Plattsburgh September 6-11, 1814 It was manned by detachments of the 30th & 31st Regiments of Infantry . . . — Map (db m46964) HM
48New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Fort Izard
Fort Izard was constructed by the United States during the War of 1812 to defend Plattsburgh against a British land and sea attack from the north, and to engage the enemy forces as they journeyed southward toward Saratoga. It was occupied for a few . . . — Map (db m137106) HM
49New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Headquarters
Headquarters British Officers During Battle of Plattsburg, September, 1814 — Map (db m46139) HM
50New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Headquarters Plattsburgh Barracks
Known as the Administration Building, this edifice stands at the apex of the parade ground and surrounding structures of Plattsburgh Barracks, an active U.S. Army post until 1944. It overlooks the site of the earthen fortification Fort Moreau which, . . . — Map (db m47531) HM
51New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Heart of a Thriving Community
The Saranac River runs through the heart of the City of Plattsburgh. The river supported native peoples long before the arrival of Europeans, and it has been crucial in the commercial and industrial development of the region since the first . . . — Map (db m141172) HM
52New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Heritage TrailFirst Blockhouse and Government Center
In 1789, four years after settling in Plattsburgh, residents built a block house for protection against the British - only miles away on Point au Fer on Lake Champlain. Though no British or Indian raids initially materialized, the . . . — Map (db m46595) HM
53New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Isaac Platt Home
Maj. Gen. Robinson Hdas. Battle of Plattsburgh 1814 British soldiers wounded at Halsey's Corners brought here — Map (db m106325) HM
54New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — John Addoms
Home of John Addoms. Built 1790. Major and surveyor during entire period of Revolution — Map (db m136751) HM
55New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Loyal L. Smith
In memory of Loyal L. Smith who died February 11, 1908 Donor of this building to the City of Plattsburgh — Map (db m115222) HM
56New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — MacDonough Monument
MacDonough Monument Erected to commemorate the victory of Commodore MacDonough The Battle of Plattsburgh — Map (db m47946) HM
57New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Macdonough Monument - 1926
Macdonough Monument - 1926 Designed by John Russell Pope this 135 foot tall memorial commemorates the American naval victory at the Battle of Plattsburgh in 1814. Un monument a la victoire navale americaine en 1814 ce grand monument a ete . . . — Map (db m110157) HM WM
58New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Memorial Chapel
Dedicated on 24 October 1933 in memory of those stationed here who gave their lives in WWI. The project was sponsored by the Churchwomen's League For Patriotic Service. Costing $22,472. It was constructed of weathered brick from a . . . — Map (db m47944) HM
59New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Officers' Mess Plattsburgh Barracks
The stately structures surrounding the parade oval are the facilities of Plattsburgh Barracks, an active U.S. Army Post until 1944. The original installation was built during 1893-97 on the site of a military outpost which was established during the . . . — Map (db m76385) HM
60New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Old Post Cemetery
Last resting place of soldiers from this nations wars Est. 1812 - 1970 PFC Robert A. LaFountain — Map (db m47375) HM
61New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Pike’s Cantonment
If you were here in the late-fall of 1812, you'd see neat lines of two-man tents stretching down to the Saranac River. Those canvas shelters, which provided little protection against sleet, snow, and bitter winds, were filled with 700 soldiers . . . — Map (db m140716) HM
62New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Plattsburg Bay
Plattsburg Bay has been designated a REGISTERED NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK under the provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1935 This site possesses exceptional value in commemorating and illustrating the history of the . . . — Map (db m46524) HM
63New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Plattsburgh Barracks Veterans Park
Dedicated to all Veterans who served this great nation in her time of need from the battles of the Revolution to the present — Map (db m47532) HM
64New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Samuel Champlain
This monument was dedicated on July 6, 1912 to the memory of Samuel Champlain first European to behold our great forests and lofty mountains, and first to traverse this inland waterway, which later became so rich in fame. Champlain was born in . . . — Map (db m46525) HM
65New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — State Normal School
State Normal and Training School at Plattsburgh chartered 1889, first class graduated 1891. After 1929 fire, Normal Hall replaced by present building 1933. Dedicated as Hawkins Hall 1955. — Map (db m106301) HM
66New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — The Arkc 1803
The Village of Plattsburgh elected its first officers at The Ark, a popular hotel on May 2 1815. Le village de Plattsburgh a elu ses premiers officiers le 2 mai 1815 dans i hotel de renom The Ark. — Map (db m115254) HM
67New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — The Delord House1810-1913
The DeLord House, 1810-1913, A Social Hub During the War of 1812 La maison Delord 1810-1913: bastion de la vie sociale Durant la guerre de 1812 In August 1810, Henry and Betsey Delord purchased the house they would enlarge and their family . . . — Map (db m110120) HM
68New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — The Remarkable One-Armed Joe Forkey
. . . — Map (db m47536) HM
69New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — The War of 1812
Halsey's Corners. 250 American soldiers plus militia met 4,000 British troops in bloody battle here on Sept. 6, 1814. — Map (db m107390) HM
70New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Thomas Benedict IV
Thomas Benedict IV homestead - Hdqrs. Maj. Gen. de Rottenburg British occupation forces 1814 — Map (db m106159) HM
71New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Thomas Macdonough Memorial Monument
Thomas Macdonough Monument This majestic memorial to the American naval victory at Plattsburgh in September 1814 was designed by John Russell Pope (1874-1937) and commands the park opposite Plattsburgh City Hall, also designed by Pope. . . . — Map (db m110126) HM WM
72New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Trinity Episcopal Church - 1830
Plattsburgh's oldest public building. Reverend John Henry Hopkins, who authored the hymn We Three Kings was the rector here from 1872-1877. Le plus ancien batiment publique de Plattsburgh. Ce fut le Reverend John Henry Hopkins et . . . — Map (db m115224) HM
73New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Trinity Square - 1803
. . . — Map (db m115223) HM
74New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Troop Barracks
This structure was the first of three barracks built between 1893 - 1897. Each housed one infantry battalion of 320 men. This barracks was first occupied in June 1894 by companies D, F and G of the 21st Infantry Regiment transferred from Fort . . . — Map (db m47380) HM
75New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — U.S. Fort Brown
1 of 3 forts built Aug. 1814 by Gen. Macomb & successfully defended against British assault in the Sept. 11, 1814 Land Battle of Plattsburgh. City of Plattsburgh, Clinton Co.Map (db m46926) HM
76New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — War Memorial
Erected by the Clinton County Gold Star Mothers in Memory of Their Sons Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice in World Wars I and II [Roll of Honored Dead] [Added panels for other wars?] — Map (db m115225) WM
77New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — War of 1812 Trail
Commemorates British and American Navy and troops who fought on land and lake Battle of Plattsburgh September 11, 1814 — Map (db m76384) HM
78New York (Clinton County), Plattsburgh — Zephaniah Platt Home
Site of home Zephaniah Platt 1735 - 1807 Founder of Plattsburgh Built in 1799 — Map (db m47945) HM
79New York (Clinton County), Rouses Point — David Mayo's Sail Ferry
Near Site of David Mayo's sail ferry, 1805. Crossed Lake Champlain from the foot of Champlain St. to Windmill Point, Alburgh, VT. — Map (db m108104) HM
80New York (Clinton County), Rouses Point — Ezra Thurber’s Home1818
President Monroe stayed here, later used in the Underground Railroad, 1860 — Map (db m139930) HM
81New York (Clinton County), Rouses Point — Fort Montgomery
Named for Amer. Gen. Richard Montgomery, Rev. War Hero killed at Quebec 1775. This fort begun 1844. Armaments removed 1900. — Map (db m49070) HM
82New York (Clinton County), Rouses Point — Site of First School House1816
Built of stone from Fort Blunder was house of worship for Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterians — Map (db m74435) HM
83New York (Clinton County), Saranac — Caldwell Mine Site
Caldwell Mine Site--1841. Supplied ore to forges along river & to Standish. Bowen-Williams operated 1863. 1871--A. Williams & C.O.&I. — Map (db m108144) HM
84New York (Clinton County), Saranac — 225 — Hattie Lyon
Lifelong home 1843-1930. First woman to reach Lyon Mt. summit Aug 11, 1876. Mountain named for her grandfather Nathaniel Lyon. — Map (db m133080) HM
85New York (Clinton County), Saranac — Saranac Iron Works
Saranac Iron Works. Catalan Forge--rolling mill. First forge on the River--1826. Baker-Hull-Hopper--World's best quality iron used in Civil War ironclads. Bowen-Signor closed 1887. — Map (db m108145) HM
86New York (Clinton County), Schuyler Falls — 230 — Schuyler Falls
Cemetery est. Nov. 21, 1876 resting place of many early area families - Eels, Keet, Mason, Merchant, Lobdell, Ladue, Turner, Weaver — Map (db m133082) HM
87New York (Clinton County), Sciota — Ober's Corners
1815 Ober's Corners (now Sciota) settled by Joseph & Mary (Wallingford) Over from Massachusetts. Ober built three mills. — Map (db m106324) HM
88New York (Clinton County), Standish — Catalan Forge Furnace - 1881
Catalan Forge Furnace - 1881 Standish (Williamstown) made brick-like blooms from one of Saranac River Mines 1886 - Replaced by blast furnace & ore from Lyon Mt. — Map (db m57311) HM
89New York (Clinton County), Town of Peru — Battle of Valcour
11 October 1776. Across this strait a small colonial fleet fought the British to a standstill causing a 3 day running conflict that delayed the British advance to divide the colonies. This action allowed time for the Americans to rebuild their . . . — Map (db m108649) HM
90New York (Clinton County), Town of Peru — Port Jackson
Est. by Robt. Platt ca. 1820 This busy Lake Champlain port was an important transportation hub for both people and goods during the 1800's. — Map (db m108681) HM
91New York (Clinton County), Town of Peru — Robert Platt Home
Robt. Platt, Mem. NYS Assembly 1814-15, built this home in 1809 on 700 acres given by his father, Zephaniah, founder of Plattsburgh. — Map (db m108682) HM
92New York (Clinton County), Town of Peru — To Site of Peru Blockhouse
One of five erected in northern New York in 1794 as a refuge for settlers from Indian attacks. — Map (db m108683) HM
93New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Blast Furnace
Erected in 1809 by Alfred Keith. First on Lake Champlain in northern NY State. Operated by Keith 1809-1822, Jacob Sax 1822 until destroyed by the flood of 1830. — Map (db m108644) HM
94New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Catholic Summer School
Catholic Summer School of America 1896-1941 on this site. Resort and educational campus with cottages, chapel, dining hall, auditorium & post office. — Map (db m106622) HM
95New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Friswell Patent
2000 acres settled in 1766 by William Gilliland (1734-1796) first named Janesborough, later Port Gilliland. A port for lake shipped goods c. 1820-1900. — Map (db m108643) HM
96New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Gilliland Cemetery
First burials were in 1810. Cemetery ground donated by Henry and Abigail Gilliland to the Port Gilliland community in 1848. — Map (db m108642) HM
97New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Gilliland Homestead
House and barn erected in 1809 by William Gilliland, Jr. (1768-1847). 1814 American militia encampment prior to Battle of Plattsburgh. Barn became the Royal Savage Inn 1918 - 2002. — Map (db m47372) HM
98New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Pike's Cantonment
A War of 1812 military camp stood to the west of this marker. Many occupants died defending Plattsburgh and lie buried not far from here. — Map (db m106841) HM
99New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Possession House
Site of first home raised by a European settler in the Town of Plattsburgh and Clinton County. Erected September 10-13, 1766 by William Gilliland (1734-1796). — Map (db m108645) HM
100New York (Clinton County), Town of Plattsburgh — Sax House
Erected c. 1820 by Jacob Sax. Sax family home c. 1820-1832, William Gilliland III (1812-1886) family 1845-1880, Day family 1881-1958. — Map (db m108646) HM

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