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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Otsego County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Otsego 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 Otsego County, NY (110) Chenango County, NY (119) Delaware County, NY (435) Herkimer County, NY (107) Madison County, NY (87) Montgomery County, NY (203) Oneida County, NY (196) Schoharie County, NY (138)  OtsegoCounty(110) Otsego County (110)  ChenangoCounty(119) Chenango County (119)  DelawareCounty(435) Delaware County (435)  HerkimerCounty(107) Herkimer County (107)  MadisonCounty(87) Madison County (87)  MontgomeryCounty(203) Montgomery County (203)  OneidaCounty(196) Oneida County (196)  SchoharieCounty(138) Schoharie County (138)
Cooperstown is the county seat for Otsego County
Adjacent to Otsego County, New York
      Chenango County (119)  
      Delaware County (435)  
      Herkimer County (107)  
      Madison County (87)  
      Montgomery County (203)  
      Oneida County (196)  
      Schoharie County (138)  
 
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1 New York, Otsego County, Brighton — Brighton
Site of 2d match factory in U.S., Eaton and Stanton owners 1845-50, 1st post office in town 1807, Ivory Holland, 1st post master.Map (db m142402) HM
2 New York, Otsego County, Burlington — Jedediah Peck — Farm and Grave — 1747 - 1821 —
Father of the Common School System of the State of New YorkMap (db m148791) HM
3 New York, Otsego County, Burlington Flats — Burlington Flats Honor Roll — Korea, Vietnam and Persian Gulf
North Face Honor Roll Vietnam War Fredrick Ackerman • James Bolton • Donald Harrington • Randolph Holdredge • David McLean • William R. Cursh • George H. Twist • Charles R. Twist • Richard Salamacha • Alton Shillieto • Philip Smith • . . . Map (db m149078) WM
4 New York, Otsego County, Burlington Flats — Burlington Flats Honor Roll — World War I — World War II
East Face Honor Roll World War One Burdick, Verne • Bennett, Hill • Bennett, Jay • Dutton, Vaughn • Greene, Harry • Griffith, Glen • Griffith, William • Richards, Earl • Sitts, Edward • Stickles, Emory • Shepherd, . . . Map (db m149107) WM
5 New York, Otsego County, Burlington Flats — Michael L. Mayne
U.S. Army Corporal Michael L. Mayne 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team 5th Squadron 1st Cavalry Regiment 25th Infantry Division Fort Wainwright, Alaska KIA 23 Feb. 09 Balad, Iraq Operation Iraqi Freedom Lest We Forget This . . . Map (db m149074) WM
6 New York, Otsego County, Burlington Flats — 575 — William Hulbert
An owner of Chicago baseball team and a founder of the National League was born in Burlington Flats on October 23, 1832Map (db m148822) HM
7 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Cherry Valley Massacre
Cherry Valley Sacred to the Memory Of Those who Died by Massacre In the Destruction of this Village At the Hands of the Indians & Tories Under Brant & Butler, Nov. 11. AD. 1778 Map (db m154638) HM
8 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Cherry Valley Museum — Cherry Valley Massacre —
The Cherry Valley Massacre of 1778 was led by British Captain Walter Butler and Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant on this strategically important frontier settlement.Map (db m33655) HM
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9 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Cherry Valley Museum — Built 1815-1832
Built by Joseph Phelon as a private residence for his daughter and her husband. They in turn added onto the home so weary travelers could spend the night. The building was given to the Cherry Valley Historical Association in 1959 by Mrs. . . . Map (db m144234) HM
10 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Cherry Valley Museum — Revolutionary War Heritage Trail
Before the American Revolution, Cherry Valley was one of the largest and most prosperous of New York's western frontier settlements. In July 1778 they built a new fort and brought in the 6th Massachusetts Regiment to protect local residents . . . Map (db m144267) HM
11 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Civil War Monument — Dedicated 1870
Established in memory of the 42 victims from Cherry Valley and all who served. This marble monument was erected and dedicated in 1870. Once located in the intersection, it was moved in the early 1950's.Map (db m93183) HM WM
12 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Colonel Alden Felled
On this spot Col. Alden was felled by the tomahawk on the day of the massacre Nov. 11. 1778 Map (db m42462) HM
13 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Dunlop Monument — unveiled in 1913
Site of Reverend Samuel Dunlop's (one of Cherry Valley's first settlers) house where his wife and children were brutally killed in the massacre of 1778. Reverend Dunlop was taken prisoner but released after a few days. Dunlop returned to Cherry . . . Map (db m208308) HM
14 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — 947 — Early Turnpike
Chartered As Great Western Turnpike, CA. 1799. Later Known As Cherry Valley Turnpike. Designated Part of U.S. Route 20 ca 1926 Map (db m206558) HM
15 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — First Presbyterian Church — Founded 1741
. . . Map (db m144233) HM
16 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Lieutenant Wormuth Killed
From behind this rock Joseph Brant shot and killed Lieut Wormuth May 1778 Erected by Cherry Valley Chapter D.A.R. 1914 Map (db m42492) HM
17 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Limestone Mansion — Built circa 1870
"Roselawn", formerly known as the Belcher Mansion, was the original site of the Hotel Eagle which burned in 1866. The land was then purchased by Susan Belcher and a house erected out of limestone from the Campbell Quarry, as limestone would . . . Map (db m144237) HM
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18 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Site of Rev. Samuel Dunlop's House
Site of Rev. Samuel Dunlop's House Settled in 1741 Burnt in the Massacre Nov. 11 1778 His wife Elizabeth at the door holding an infant was shot down in cold blood by Walter Butler's Tories and Indians on that day Nearby at the left stood . . . Map (db m209316) HM
19 New York, Otsego County, Cherry Valley — Willow Hill — built 1794
Original site of John Lindesay's farm. Then the Wells Homestead where the first assault of the massacre occurred. (Mr. Wells was married to Reverend Dunlop's daughter). Judge Hudson built Willow Hill in 1794. Joseph Phelon purchased Willow . . . Map (db m207987) HM
20 New York, Otsego County, Colliersville — Colliersville Dam
Built 1907. Cost $200,000. Flooded 600 acres; Supplied hydroelectric power for the Otsego & Mohawk Trolley Line and nearby villages.Map (db m98149) HM
21 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — "Natty Bumpo"
Leatherstocking rescued Chingachgook from flames Chingach dying in his care "Pioneer"Map (db m98223) HM
22 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Blacksmith Shop
. . . Map (db m44783) HM
23 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Cardiff Giant
The Great American Hoax Dug Up In Cardiff, N Y October 16, 1869 Now At The Farmers' Museum Map (db m76150) HM
24 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Chestnut & Main — Welcome to Cooperstown
Culture Abounds "If New York City had as many museums per capita [as Cooperstown], it would have 15,564 instead of a mere fifty, which just proves how much more cultured is life up in the country" - Louis C. Jones, director of the New . . . Map (db m226152) HM
25 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Clinton's Dam
Dam opened August 9, 1779. 2000 Men and 200 batteaux went down the SusquehannaMap (db m43309) HM
26 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Council Rock
Famous meeting place of the IndiansMap (db m43316) HM
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27 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Doubleday Field — "Birthplace of Baseball"
Doubleday Field "Birthplace of Baseball" Reconstructed by Works Progress Administration and Village of Cooperstown 1938 - 1939 Map (db m43672) HM
28 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Doubleday Field — Welcome to Cooperstown
The Baseball Connection "I am at [a] loss how to get verification of my statements regarding the invention of base ball." - Abner Graves, originator of the Doubleday myth, 1905 Abner Graves reported to the Mills Commission, created . . . Map (db m226148) HM
29 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — 479 — Emancipation Day
On July 4, 1827 both free and once-enslaved people of color celebrated emancipation in New York at this church with speaker Hayden Waters.Map (db m169506) HM
30 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Fair Street — Welcome to Cooperstown
Founding Families "I explored the country…and meditated upon the spot where a place of trade or a village should afterwards be established" - William Cooper, A Guide to the Wilderness, 1810 William Cooper relocated his . . . Map (db m226156) HM
31 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — General Clinton's Dam
. . . Map (db m43308) HM
32 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — George Croghan
Indian Agent - Land Speculator Lived in Pioneer Log House Located Here 1769-1770. General James Clinton's Headquarters Here 1779. Map (db m43351) HM
33 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Hoffman Lane — Welcome to Cooperstown
Nature's Splendor "We've got to calling the place the 'Glimmerglass,' seeing that its whole basin is so often fringed with pines, cast upward from its face; as if it would throw back the hills that hang over it" - James Fenimore Cooper, . . . Map (db m226155) HM
34 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Hyde Hall
Hyde Hall has been designated as a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America Architect Phillip Hooker's masterful design combines the refined English . . . Map (db m233649) HM
35 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Indian Grave
Indian remains excavated in this field were reburied in 1874 at the base of this mysterious mound.The tablet, with poem by the Rev. W.W. Lord was placed over the remains by Mrs. Alfred Corning Clark in 1899. "The wide land which now is . . . Map (db m98406) HM
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36 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Oldest Church
Oldest Church in Cooperstown First Presbyterian Organized June 16, 1800 Building erected 1805 Land gift of Judge CooperMap (db m98404) HM
37 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Otsego Hall — The Home of James Fenimore Cooper
On This Site Stood Otsego Hall, Bvilt By William Cooper, The Fovnder Of Cooperstown, in 1798. The Home Of James Fenimore Cooper Where He Lived From 1834 To The Day Of His Death September 14th, 1851. Destroyed by Fire in . . . Map (db m121197) HM
38 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Pioneer Alley — Welcome to Cooperstown
Bountiful Lands "The [hop] crop was perhaps never larger in this county. …We congratulate our Farmers on their good fortune." - The Freeman's Journal, November 5, 1852 Farmers have come to Cooperstown for centuries to . . . Map (db m226149) HM
39 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Pomeroy Place — 11 Main Street — 1804 —
Federalist Stone Mason: James Allen Carpenter: Cyrenius Clark William Cooper's wedding gift to his daughter Ann and George Pomeroy, druggist. Under the east eaves, stonemason James Allen placed their initials: G.A.P.C. (George, . . . Map (db m190751) HM
40 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Site of the First National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction — June 12, 1939 —
Site of the First National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction, June 12, 1939 * * * * * Attended by Grover Alexander, Ty Cobb, Eddie Collins, Walter Johnson, Nap Lajoie, Connie Mack, Babe Ruth, George Sisler, Tris Speaker, . . . Map (db m190749) HM
41 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Sunken Island
Home of Tom Hutter "Deerslayer"Map (db m161536) HM
42 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — 493 — Susan B. Anthony
Met with county residents Feb. 9, 1855 in building on this site. Formed committee to advocate for women's right to vote.Map (db m169508) HM
43 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Tunnicliff Inn — 1802 —
34-36 Pioneer Street Tunnicliff Inn 1802 Federal Townhouse Style The Tunnicliff Inn was built by Lawrence McNamee and used as a general store for many years. It is one of the oldest brick structures on the village. Cooperstown . . . Map (db m162464) HM
44 New York, Otsego County, Cooperstown — Welcome Home! — How Do I Get a Piece of That Asset?
Welcome Home! How do I get a piece of that asset? This unusual country house-built for George Clarke, between 1817 and 1835- was the Clarke family home for 150 years and 5 generations. Hyde Hall and it's inhabitants played an . . . Map (db m220106) HM
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45 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — Camp and Fort
‹—« At Hyde Bay, Otsego Lake 2½ miles south, occupied by 4th Massachusetts Regiment 1799 Map (db m42495) HM
46 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — First Church
in Springfield, and first Baptist Church west of Hudson Valley 1787, used by all denominations and for town-meetings Map (db m42690) HM
47 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — General James Clinton
This monument is erected to the memory of Gen'l James Clinton Born 1736 died 1812 & marks a point on the line of march of his troops from Mohawk River to Otsego Lake in Jvne 1779 General James Clinton Chapter DAR . . . Map (db m42494) HM
48 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — Hyde Hall — 1817-1835 — National Historic Landmark • New York State Historic Site —
Hyde Hall, constructed in four visibly distinct stages between 1817-1835, offers visitors a stunning experience of architectural and social grandeur in the early American republic. Built and decorated in the style of an English neoclassical country . . . Map (db m43317) HM
49 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — Hyde Hall Covered Bridge
Built by Andrew Alden, Lorenzo Bates and Cyrenus Clark in 1825, the Hyde Hall Covered Bridge is not only the oldest existing covered bridge in New York State, but in the United States. Restored in 1967 by the State of New York and placed on the . . . Map (db m43340) HM
50 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — Hyde Hall Covered Bridge
The Hyde Hall Covered Bridge was built in 1825 as part of the 1817-1835 construction of George Clark's country estate, Hyde Hall. Built by Cyrenus Clark, Andrew Alden, and Lorenzo Bates, this 53-foot-long, single span structure incorporates the Burr . . . Map (db m123261) HM
51 New York, Otsego County, East Springfield — 604 — Toll Gate
Stood near here, midway between East Springfield & Shadow Brook, for the third Great Western Turnpike completed in 1808.Map (db m170152) HM
52 New York, Otsego County, Edmeston — Otsego School
Founded 1922, home of C.H. Chesebrough by Florence J. Chesebrough RN, pioneer in Down Syndrome education. The Otsego School became Pathfinder Village in 1980.Map (db m230318) HM
53 New York, Otsego County, Edmeston — Pathfinder Village
Opened on July 29, 1980 with seven houses and a school. Known as the world's only community dedicated to people who have Down Syndrome.Map (db m230921) HM
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54 New York, Otsego County, Edmeston — Town of Edmeston WWII Roll of Honor
Ackerman, Roger · ★Aylesworth, Carl · Barrell, Clare · Bemnnington, Willard · Bice, Leverne · Blanchard, Robert · ★Burleson, Robert · Caulder, Catherine · Chase, G. Benjamin · Chase, Lee B. · Chase, Paul · Chase, William · Chase. . . . Map (db m149059) WM
55 New York, Otsego County, Fly Creek — 98 — Amelia Earhart — Legends & Lore —
The famed aviatrix boarded here in August 1924 while giving flying lessons in Frankfort. She read to Arrie Hecox under an apple tree.Map (db m206146) HM
56 New York, Otsego County, Fly Creek — 513 — Fork Factory
Site of North & Denio Co. ca. 1850-ca. 1880. harnessed Oaks Creek to power factory making hay forks, hammers, and other farm implements.Map (db m168670) HM
57 New York, Otsego County, Fly Creek — 43 — Natty Bumppo — Legends & Lore —
David Shipman, Ca. 1729-1813 Burial site of local hunter known by & inspiration for James Fenimore Cooper's literary character.Map (db m164041) HM
58 New York, Otsego County, Gilbertsville — Gilbertsville, NY
Gilbertsville, NY has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 by the United States Department of the Interior.Map (db m169661) HM
59 New York, Otsego County, Hartwick — Baptist Church
Baptist Church First church in Town of Hartwick Organized August 1795 with 12 charter members. This building built 1854Map (db m148812) HM
60 New York, Otsego County, Hartwick — 206 — Hartwick Historic District
Hartwick Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m148968) HM
61 New York, Otsego County, Hartwick — Hartwick War Memorial
“In honor and memory of those who answered the call to the colors of our country” Dedicated Memorial Day 1949 Site donated by Grace Brownell BeachMap (db m149128) WM
62 New York, Otsego County, Hartwick — Marcus Wells — 1815 - 1895
Home of Marcus Wells 1815 - 1895 wrote the famous hymn “Holy Spirit, Faithful Guide”Map (db m148881) HM
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63 New York, Otsego County, Hartwick — The White House
Built in 1790 - 1792 as Butterfield's Tavern by Captain James Butterfield, Revolutionary War soldier. National Register of Historic Places United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m148805) HM
64 New York, Otsego County, Hartwick Seminary — Seminary Church
1839, served first Lutheran theological school in U.S. founded by pioneer Pastor J.C. Hartwick 1797, located in this community 1816.Map (db m170155) HM
65 New York, Otsego County, Laurens — Civilian Conservation Corps
Civilian Conservation Corps. Camp SP-11 • Company 212 1933-1941 Gilbert Lake State Park • Laurens, N.Y. Dedicated this 4th day of August 1985 to the memory of those young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps who lived and worked at . . . Map (db m149019) HM
66 New York, Otsego County, Laurens — John Sleeper’s Log House
A few yards south of this stone stood John Sleeper's log-house - built in 1774 - pillaged by Seneca Indians Nov 12-14, 1778. 200 yards N.N.E. from here stood his grist-mill of 1775-78. Joseph Brant, the Mohawk Chieftain, was often here on . . . Map (db m148884) HM
67 New York, Otsego County, Laurens — Laurens, NY War Memorial
. . . Map (db m149061) WM
68 New York, Otsego County, Middlefield — Baptist Society
Founded September 1810 by Elder Benjamin Sawin Church erected 1825 Mother church of Westford Westville, Roseboom churchs.Map (db m163768) HM
69 New York, Otsego County, Middlefield — District No. 1 School - Middlefield
In Clarksville, now known as Middlefield, the first schoolhouse was erected about 1807 nearly opposite the Baptist Church. Two other early public school sites have been documented. By 1870, the growing community needed a larger building and . . . Map (db m163755) HM
70 New York, Otsego County, Middlefield — District School
Built 1875, closed 1954. Town of Middlefield Hist. Assn. Schoolhouse Museum est. 1966. Listed on National Register 1988.Map (db m163752) HM
71 New York, Otsego County, Middlefield — 331 — Middlefield Hamlet Historical District
Middlefield Hamlet Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m163770) HM
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72 New York, Otsego County, Middlefield — Middlefield War Memorial
Dedicated to all veterans, men and women, through peace or war. Their memories will never die. They brought honor and freedom to our country and promise to our dreams.Map (db m163846) WM
73 New York, Otsego County, Middlefield — Mill & Water Power
Settlement at Middlefield began in the 1790's on the Outkout, or Long Patent. In 1734, the Patent had been conveyed to George Clarke, Lieutenant Governor of New York. Named Clarksville until 1819, the Middlefield hamlet developed on the east . . . Map (db m163779) HM
74 New York, Otsego County, Milford — Abner Adams — 1745-1825
Revolutionary Soldier; One of Israel Putnam's Rangers; is buried in this cemetery.Map (db m176414) HM
75 New York, Otsego County, Milford — Hartwick Seminary
Oldest Lutheran theological school in America founded 1797 by Rev. John Christopher Hartwick. Located here 1816.Map (db m169663) HM
76 New York, Otsego County, Milford — Upper Susquehanna — Historic New York
Rivers and streams flowing southward make this area a part of the great Susquehanna River Valley. Early fur traders from the Mohawk Valley dealt with Indians as far away as Oquaga(Now Windsor). Large colonial land grants were obtained by George . . . Map (db m98343) HM
77 New York, Otsego County, Morris — Morris Village Historic District
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m144269) HM
78 New York, Otsego County, Morris — William Yates
Baronet, humanitarian, noted doctor, from Sapperton, Eng. Introduced vaccination in America in Philadelphia in 1799. Died, Morris, Mar. 1857Map (db m144271) HM
79 New York, Otsego County, New Berlin, South Edmeston — School House
Silver Lake District #7 Last existing in Pittsfield First located on Co. Rte. 18 12 districts formed Early 1800's - Closed 1936Map (db m225875) HM
80 New York, Otsego County, Oaksville — 32 — Cattown Road — Legends & Lore —
Husband dropped a cat down chimney of house to break up a long meeting his wife was attending as his supper was late.Map (db m168368) HM
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81 New York, Otsego County, Oneonta — Authentic Oneonta Trolley Tracks
The pieces of original tract below commemorate Oneonta's railroad heritage and the Oneonta Trolley car system that once traveled up Broad Street to meet Main Street at this spot. This Main Street Plaza is dedicated to all citizens who have worked . . . Map (db m169665) HM
82 New York, Otsego County, Oneonta — Swart-Wilcox House
Built in 1807 by Lawrence Swart Oldest standing structure in the city. Dedicated as a living memorial on July 3, 1976 by the Oneonta Bicentennial Commission.Map (db m169666) HM
83 New York, Otsego County, Otego — Revolutionary Army Camp
Revolutionary Army Camp Sullivan-Clinton Forces Camped Near This Spot August 11, 1779 Map (db m205437) HM
84 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — 46 — Adam Helmer’s Run
Crossed Rt 20 near here warning German Flatts of pending attack by Joseph Brant’s loyalist and native forces Sept 17, 1778Map (db m169365) HM
85 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Desert Storm Veterans Memorial
Donated In Honor of The Men and Women Who Served In Operation Desert Storm.Map (db m162404) WM
86 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — French War - 1757
Here English Troops Guided by Indians sought sulphur deposit site Great Sulphur Spring opened to public 1820 Map (db m42748) HM
87 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Ganowauges — Great White Sulphur Spring
Indian Tribes Healing Water Caused Resort Era 1800-1940 Origin of Village and Official Seal Map (db m42751) HM
88 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Richfield Civil War Memorial
Erected to commemorate the services of the soldiers and sailors from the town of Richfield who served in the War of 1861-1865Map (db m220651) WM
89 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Richfield Hotel
Oldest tavern in Richfield; built by Nathan Dow in 1816, who was with Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga. First summer guests, 1821, when board was $1.25 per week. Map (db m42786) HM
90 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Richfield Veterans Memorial
In memory of our men who gave their lives so that others might be free World War I Joseph Hugick • John Leo Purcell • Ward Shepard World War II Walter Abramski • Harold Brown • Roscoe Dyn • Frank Guzick • Leo Jakubek . . . Map (db m220650) WM
91 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Spring House — Main & Church Streets — 1823-1897
The Indians of the Six Nation's knew and used local springs in Richfield Springs a being the source of excellent water and mineral springs used for healing many ills. They called the springs "Stinking Water” as the odor of sulphur was most . . . Map (db m162402) HM
92 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — Sprout of George Washington Elm
Sprout of George Washington Elm under which Washington took command of Continental Army July 3, 1775 Cambridge, Mass Planted 1932 and Rededicated 1976 by D.A.R.Map (db m220649) HM
93 New York, Otsego County, Richfield Springs — The Thomas R. Proctor Clock
This landmark clock was formerly located in the center of Route 20 at the intersection of the four corners of Main, Church and Lake Streets. The unique design was executed by Gorham, the New York firm of jewelers and silversmiths, and it is . . . Map (db m162401) HM
94 New York, Otsego County, Schenevus — Town of Maryland Civil War Memorial
In Memory Of The Soldiers Of The Town Of Maryland 1861 - 1865Map (db m144429) WM
95 New York, Otsego County, Schuyler Lake — Site of Herkimer Farm
Original Herkimer homestead in Exeter, then Tryon County. Settled by Hendrick Herkimer prior to the revolution.Map (db m176415) HM
96 New York, Otsego County, South Worcester — Murphy Home
Timothy Murphy, famous Revolutionary soldier, lived on this farm 1812-1817.Map (db m171174) HM
97 New York, Otsego County, Springfield — Log School
Near here stood the Log School house, probably first in the town. Built before organization of Springfield in 1797.Map (db m233586) HM
98 New York, Otsego County, Springfield — 609 — Spalsbury Farm
Est. by John Spalsbury. Farm was destroyed during raids on Springfield by Loyalists and their native American allies in summer of 1778.Map (db m233587) HM
99 New York, Otsego County, Springfield, Cooperstown — Deep Pockets — How'd An English Gent' End Up Here?
In 1806, George Clarke said goodbye to his first wife and 5 children in England and traveled to New York. He settled in Albany and employed Richard Cooper to manage his properties. Richard died prematurely and George married his widow, Ann, in . . . Map (db m220109) HM
100 New York, Otsego County, Unadilla — Andrew Mann Inn
Andrew Mann Inn 1795-1860 A stagecoach stop along the Catskill Turnpike National Register of Historic PlacesMap (db m92887) HM

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