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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Lewis County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Lewis 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 Lewis County, NY (19) Herkimer County, NY (102) Jefferson County, NY (154) Oneida County, NY (189) Oswego County, NY (80) St. Lawrence County, NY (182)  LewisCounty(19) Lewis County (19)  HerkimerCounty(102) Herkimer County (102)  JeffersonCounty(154) Jefferson County (154)  OneidaCounty(189) Oneida County (189)  OswegoCounty(80) Oswego County (80)  St.LawrenceCounty(182) St. Lawrence County (182)
Lowville is the county seat for Lewis County
Adjacent to Lewis County, New York
      Herkimer County (102)  
      Jefferson County (154)  
      Oneida County (189)  
      Oswego County (80)  
      St. Lawrence County (182)  
 
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1New York (Lewis County), Bonaparte — The French Emigres — Historic New York
Following the social upheavals of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era, some French aristocrats sought refuge in the wilderness of Northern New York. The vast Macomb Purchase provided lands for speculators who sold to French promoters. In . . . Map (db m57116) HM
2New York (Lewis County), Constableville — Constable Hall — 1819
English manor type. Built by William Constable, son of Wm. Constable, who opened large tracts for settlementsMap (db m152677) HM
3New York (Lewis County), Constableville — Constable Hall — 1819
English manor type. Built by William Constable, son of Wm. Constable, who opened large tracts for settlementsMap (db m152681) HM
4New York (Lewis County), Copenhagen — Copenhagen Civil War Memorial
They need no monument those who fought and died for their country, but their country ever needs the memory and inspiration of their example. In honor of the boys in blue.Map (db m66874) WM
5New York (Lewis County), Croghan — Veterans Memorial
To honor those men and women along the Beaver River who served in defense of the values of the United States of America.Map (db m181300) WM
6New York (Lewis County), Harrisville — Chair Factory
Built by Joseph Pahud - 1859. Made chairs & shingles. Later known as Kilbourn Planing Mill. Ceased operation in 1950’s.Map (db m152686) HM
7New York (Lewis County), Harrisville — Grist Mill
Built by Joseph Pahud -1857. Used to grind flour & feed. Large wooden dam above mill produced the water power. Ceased operation in 1938.Map (db m152688) HM
8New York (Lewis County), Harrisville — Harrisville Central School History
In 1836, the first school was built of logs on the east side of the river. The second school was a one room frame building on the corner of Locust St. and the South Creek Road. A school containing two rooms was later built on Main St. and was . . . Map (db m152703) HM
9New York (Lewis County), Harrisville — 234 — Railroad Depot
Carthage & Adirondack RR completed line to Harrisville in 1886 shipping saw-logs. Lumber & iron ore. Passenger station built 1887Map (db m133162) HM
10New York (Lewis County), Harrisville — Veterans Memorial
In honor of those who served our country in time of need [Armed Services Emblems]Map (db m181276) WM
11New York (Lewis County), Lowville — 350 — Lewis County Fairgrounds
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m181302) HM
12New York (Lewis County), Lowville — Lewis County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument
South Side (Top) - Erected 1883 (Base) - FIVE FORKS South side names: L. Madrid • Thomas Allen • Joseph Butts • A.W. Allen • Seth Squires • Fred. Koster • John Major • William Barnes • A. Dunaway • C.H. Perkins • M. Sprague • . . . Map (db m50519) HM
13New York (Lewis County), Lowville — 292 — One Room School
District 4 Schoolhouse established Nov. 1831 by Common Schools Commission. Classes held here until 1958 building sold 1962 Map (db m133046) HM
14New York (Lewis County), Lowville — Stone Church
Built in 1831 after two previous buildings burned within three years. First Presbyterian Church, Lowville, NYMap (db m80308) HM
15New York (Lewis County), Martinsburg — Greystone Manor
Erected 1803-1805 Home of Gen Walter Martin industrial, religious, civic and educational leader in Lewis CountyMap (db m82411) HM
16New York (Lewis County), Martinsburg — Hough’s Cave
Hiding place of runaway slaves before the Civil War and station on the Underground Railway to Canada.Map (db m152850) HM
17New York (Lewis County), Martinsburg — Site of First Lewis County Clerk’s Building
Site of first Lewis County Clerk's building. Built 1847. County seat was moved to Lowville in 1864.Map (db m152595) HM
18New York (Lewis County), Turin — Town of Turin WW II Memorial
In Memory, Of Those Who Served In World War II From The Town Of Turin ★Lincoln Ackerman · Louis Bodnar · Harold Brown · Donald Burdick · Ned Burdick · Charles Butts · Richard Butts · Ronald Butts · Joseph Carr · Francis Cavanaugh · David . . . Map (db m153329) WM
19New York (Lewis County), West Leyden — Mohawk River
The historic Mohawk River rises one-half mile to the northeast and flows under this bridgeMap (db m152586) HM
 
 
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Jul. 3, 2022