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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Seneca County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Seneca 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 Seneca County, NY (110) Cayuga County, NY (236) Ontario County, NY (180) Schuyler County, NY (53) Tompkins County, NY (141) Wayne County, NY (167) Yates County, NY (41)  SenecaCounty(110) Seneca County (110)  CayugaCounty(236) Cayuga County (236)  OntarioCounty(180) Ontario County (180)  SchuylerCounty(53) Schuyler County (53)  TompkinsCounty(141) Tompkins County (141)  WayneCounty(167) Wayne County (167)  YatesCounty(41) Yates County (41)
Waterloo and Ovid are both the county seat for Seneca County
Adjacent to Seneca County, New York
      Cayuga County (236)  
      Ontario County (180)  
      Schuyler County (53)  
      Tompkins County (141)  
      Wayne County (167)  
      Yates County (41)  
 
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1 New York, Seneca County, Canoga — "A Very Pretty Indian Town of Ten Houses"
Site of "a very pretty Indian town of ten houses" Burned September 21, 1779 ———————— See page 76 "Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan," published by the . . . Map (db m104763) HM
2 New York, Seneca County, Canoga — Canoga Cemetery
This early burial ground once referred to as "Hause Point Cemetery", has recorded burials as early as 1805. Canoga Cemetery Association established in 1855 with 3 original acres. Received certificate of incorporation in 1905. Land added in 1864, . . . Map (db m104754) HM
3 New York, Seneca County, Canoga — Canoga Creek
Site of the Indian village of Skannayutenate. Red Jacket, the Indian orator was born here.Map (db m104761) HM
4 New York, Seneca County, Canoga — Gar-Non-De-Yo
Site of Indian village Gar-Non-De-Yo Destroyed during Sullivan Campaign Sept. 21, 1779Map (db m104762) HM
5 New York, Seneca County, Canoga — Red Jacket
Red Jacket was born here about 1758. The famous Indian orator and Seneca Chief sought to preserve peace with U.S. Died in Buffalo in 1830. Map (db m8181) HM
6 New York, Seneca County, Canoga — Red Jacket.
SA-GO-YA-WAT-HA (He keeps them awake) The orator of the Six Nations of Iroquois A chief of the Wolf Clan of the Senecas Born near this spot-died at Buffalo N.Y. 1750            1830 . . . Map (db m8179) HM
7 New York, Seneca County, Covert — Old Baptist Church
Old Baptist Church founded Covert, N.Y. Feb. 16, 1803. 1st pastor Minor Thomas. "Mother church" of Seneca Baptist Association. Old Covert cemetery nearby. Map (db m96342) HM
8 New York, Seneca County, Interlaken — Old School House
This building was the 2d used for school purposes in Farmersville, New York in 1845 was known as the "Farmersville Institute"Map (db m234954) HM
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9 New York, Seneca County, Interlaken — The Beehive
The Beehive Tavern of pioneer days erected 1824. 3d floor used for various meetings. Map (db m96341) HM
10 New York, Seneca County, Interlaken — Town of Covert — Tompkins County Bicentennial —
Part of Iroquoia, then one of first 9 towns when Tompkins County was formed in 1817. Returned to Seneca County in 1819.Map (db m223948) HM
11 New York, Seneca County, Lodi — Routes of the armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton1779
An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending westward the dominion of the United States.Map (db m68621) HM WM
12 New York, Seneca County, Lodi — 986 — Silas Halsey (1743 - 1832)
Purchased military lot no. 37 in 1793. Served as Seneca County Clerk, NYS Legislator & U.S. Congressman. Lived here until 1832.Map (db m244966) HM
13 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — 978 — "Baby Bear"
Meeting site of Grand Army of the Republic Post C.T. Harris 325, est. 1882, and Sons of Union Veterans D.G. Caywood Camp 146.Map (db m227956) HM
14 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — 1845 Seneca County Historic Court House Complex
The Three Bears have been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior 1845 • 1860 • 1845Map (db m104903) HM
15 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — Sullivan Trail
Sullivan Trail Before settlement by white men, Col. Henry Dearborn of the Sullivan Expedition viewed Cayuga Lake here Sept. 22, 1779. Map (db m96336) HM
16 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — Thomas R. Lounsbury
Illustrious Yale Professor born here 1835. Son of Rev. Thomas Lounsbury and Mary Janette Woodward. Student of Ovid AcademyMap (db m68601) HM
17 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — Tillinghast Manor
Built in 1873 for George and Hannah Jones Purchased in September 1991 by Donald and Blanche Tillinghast Established June 1992 as Tillinghast Manor Bed & BreakfastMap (db m68602) HM
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18 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — War Memorial
Dedicated to those who served their country in time of needMap (db m104900) WM
19 New York, Seneca County, Ovid — Whitney's Landing
Later known as Jacack's Landing, was a prominent landing shown in the Delafield map of 1852Map (db m104707) HM
20 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Anchors Aweigh
At the onset of World War II, new naval stations were needed to train the numerous recruits expected to enlist. The area that is presently Sampson State Park was a desirable inland location for the station. It had sufficient level land situated . . . Map (db m104864) HM WM
21 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Birthplace of Isaac Philips Roberts
July 24, 1833 Representative extra-ordinary of American farmerMap (db m231916) HM
22 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Dean's Cove(Swah-Ya-Wa-Nah)
Dean's Cove (Swah-Ya-Wa-Nah) Indian village destroyed by detachments from Sullivan's Army September 22, 1779. Map (db m96348) HM
23 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Degory Prowtt
Degory Prowtt Drummer Boy, 1776 - 1783, at siege of Fort Stanwix on the Sullivan Expedition, at surrender of Cornwallis, lived a mile west of here. Map (db m96347) HM
24 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Honoring the Over 100 Dispossessed Families
Who gave up their family homesteads for the Seneca Ordnance Depot & Sampson Naval Station 1941 & 1942Map (db m66075) HM
25 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Jets Go To War
Bolstered by the success of the air assaults during World War II, United States Air Force leaders aggressively pursued upgrading the air fleet to the latest jet-propulsion technology. The Leap to the Jet Age Two years after entering . . . Map (db m104841) HM WM
26 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Portal to Air Power
On June 25, 1950, four years after the Navy left the Sampson Training Center and while it was home to Sampson College, Communist North Korea invaded its neighbor to the south, the Republic of Korea. At the time Lackland Air Force Base in San . . . Map (db m104865) HM WM
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27 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Presbyterian Church
Organized 1796 by Rev. Daniel Thatcher of Virginia This building erected 1838Map (db m104908) HM
28 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Sampson Air Force Base Veterans Memorial
. . . Map (db m104899) WM
29 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Sampson Naval Training Base World War II Honored DeadUnited States Navy
This memorial is dedicated to those brave Sampson Navy Men who gave their lives fighting our enemies in action during World War Two. Our national organization of 6000 Sampson WW-2 Navy Veterans, we the survivors, dedicate this monument to their . . . Map (db m104866) WM
30 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Seneca Army Depot
Seneca Army Depot 1941 - 2000 Munitions depot started 1941 for defense of northeast U.S. coast. Later major army supply facility. Map (db m96333) HM
31 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Site of Clarktown
A now extinct Hamlet with warehouse, stores, tavern, pottery, and ferry to Levanna across the lake.Map (db m231918) HM
32 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — Site of Frisbie's Ferry
Site of Frisbie's Ferry a now extinct hamlet with store, mills, distillery, tavern, and ferry to Aurora, 1796. Map (db m96351) HM
33 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — T-2C Buckeye
The T-2 Buckeye first entered service in 1959 as a jet trainer for the U.S. Navy. This particular plane is the T-2C version, of which 231 planes were produced beginning in 1968. This aircraft is on loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum at . . . Map (db m104843) HM
34 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — The Sampson State Park Experience
Sampson State Park offers adventure for those who seek it. Within its 2,000 acres, the park provides visitors with opportunities to swim, boat, camp, hike, bicycle, picnic, sun bathe, hunt, cross-country ski, and snowmobile. Before this area was . . . Map (db m104839) HM
35 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — U. S. Naval Training Station & Center 1942-1946
World War 2 - 411,429 sailors & WAVES trained here, then fought for our country's freedom all over the worldMap (db m66076) HM
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36 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — U.S. Air Force Training Base1950-1956
Over 300,000 airmen received training here in preparation for the Korean War and to support the NATO defense of Western EuropeMap (db m206929) HM
37 New York, Seneca County, Romulus — William Watts Folwell
Birthplace of William Watts Folwell 1833-1929 A pioneer of culture First president of University of MinnesotaMap (db m66077) HM
38 New York, Seneca County, Romulus, Cayuga Lake — East Varick
Once prominent landing with hotel, warehouse, stores, residences. Early home of Christopher, Barrick families.Map (db m231914) HM
39 New York, Seneca County, Sampson — Ken-Dai-A
Ken-Dai-A Indian Village destroyed by Sullivan's Army September 17, 1779Map (db m68600) HM
40 New York, Seneca County, Sampson — Routes of the armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton1779
An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending westward the dominion of the United States. Erected by the State of New York 1929Map (db m68623) HM WM
41 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — "Passage"
1776 Abigail Adams entreats her husband to "remember the ladies". 1777 Women lose the right to vote in New York. 1780 Women lose the right to vote in Massachusetts. 1784 Women lose the right to vote in New . . . Map (db m104714) HM
42 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — A Courageous Call for Equal RightsWomen's Rights National Historical Park
At first we traveled quite alone…but before we had gone many miles we came on the other wagon –load of women…and long before we reached Seneca Falls we were a procession. Charlotte Woodward, about 1920 Here in the Wesleyan Chapel, at . . . Map (db m8202) HM
43 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Amelia Bloomer
1818-1894 Wearing her namesake Bloomers, this teacher and feminist edited as well as published the first U.S. women's newspaper, The LilyMap (db m65244) HM
44 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Burrough's Point
Site of Indian village destroyed during Sullivan campaign, 1779. Troops under Col. Henry Dearborn encamped hereMap (db m231919) HM
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45 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Canoga
Ga-go-neh of the Indians included in reservation by Indian sachem Fish-carrier by Treaty of 1795.Map (db m234154) HM
46 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Captain Charles B. Randolph
Enlisted in the war service April 25, 1861, was wounded May 14, 1864, taken prisoner June 15, 1864, suffered at Andersonville and other prisons, discharged from service March 2, 1866.Map (db m104792) WM
47 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Eisenhower College
In 1965 President Dwight David Eisenhower broke ground here for a new liberal arts college, dedicated as a living memorial to his "life and deeds" and designed to instill in its students a global perspective. From 1968 to 1983, a vibrant community . . . Map (db m231864) HM
48 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Promoter of the first Women's Rights Convention lived here. Convention was held across the riverMap (db m65312) HM
49 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — First Convention For Woman’s Rights
First convention for Woman’s Rights Was held on this corner 1848Map (db m8093) HM
50 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls
First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls founded in 1807. Current building dedicated in 1873, first Equal Rights Amendment proposed here in 1923 by Alice Paul.Map (db m65242) HM
51 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — First Woman’s Rights Convention
On this spot stood the Wesleyan Chapel Where the First Woman’s Rights Convention in the World’s history was held July 19 and 20 1848 ——————— Elizabeth Cady Stanton Moved this resolution Which . . . Map (db m8128) HM
52 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Fourth Ward School
Fourth Ward School c. 1869 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m65249) HM
53 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — General Sullivan’s New York Campaign Trail
Routes of the armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton 1779 An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggression of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, . . . Map (db m8069) HM
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54 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Home of Gary V. Sackett1790-1865
Judge Court of Common Pleas - promoter of Canal SystemMap (db m243958) HM
55 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — In Memory of Norman J. Gould
Who served as president of Gould's Pumps from 1907-1964. The original site of Goulds Pumps, founded by his grandfather Seabury S. Gould in 1848, was in Van Cleef Lake below. He was a U.S. Congressman from 1915-1923 and led a life dedicated to . . . Map (db m65247) HM
56 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Kingdom Cemetery
Reserved in deed to Thomas Lawrence, here until 1856 were mills, distilleries, taverns, school, justice ct. Masonic Lodge, race track.Map (db m224453) HM
57 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Men For Women's RightsWomen's Rights National Historical Park
Men actively supported the First Women's Rights Convention and the ensuing women's rights movement. Richard Hunt encouraged the convention organizers to action. At the convention, James Mott and Thomas M'Clintock chaired sessions, while . . . Map (db m226564) HM
58 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Mynderse Academy
Named for Col. Wilhelmus Mynderse, founder of Seneca FallsMap (db m8092) HM
59 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Old Genesee Stage Route
Cayuga Lake bridge made this the main route until the Erie Canal of 1822 and the railway of 1840Map (db m104764) HM
60 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Onward to the Vote
When women first demanded "the elective franchise" or the right to vote at the 1848 convention, they secured their own and the Wesleyan Chapel's place in history. In 1908 this community and descendants of the convention's participants proudly . . . Map (db m113559) HM
61 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Potter Inn Farm
Nathaniel J. Potter, innkeeper blacksmith on Genesee Road, 1801-1808. His son, Henry S. Potter, lived here. 1st Pres. Western Union Telegraph, 1851Map (db m104774) HM
62 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Revolutionary Soldiers
. . . Map (db m241032) HM
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63 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Stanton's Busy World
The landscape in front of you looked vastly different in Elizabeth Cady Stanton's day. Instead of a serene lake, mills and factories lined the much narrower Seneca-Cayuga Canal and Seneca River. Canal boats plied the waterways; trains on the . . . Map (db m104835) HM
64 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Stanton's Grassmere
When the Stanton family moved to Seneca Falls in 1847, the house was nearly twice as large as it now is but dilapidated and overgrown. Acting as her own general contractor, Elizabeth Cady Stanton hired workers and oversaw its refurbishment. The . . . Map (db m65313) HM
65 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Suffrage Park
In grateful recognition of filmmakers Ken Burns and Paul Barnes, the community of Seneca Falls dedicates Suffrage Park in tribute to the film "Not For Ourselves Alone" for bringing national focus to the birthplace of Women's Rights, and for their . . . Map (db m104836) HM
66 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Albert Cook Memorial
To the Martyrs who fell and the heroes who fought in defense of Liberty and the Union. 1861-1865 ( Right Side ) “Liberty and Union now and forever one and inseparable.” ( Back Side ) . . . Map (db m8088) HM
67 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Chamberlain HouseRescuing the Past
Womens' Rights National Historical Park acquired the Jacob R Chamberlain home in 1996 to develop services for Stanton House visitors. Later archeological and historic structure investigations revealed that the Chamberlain home, built in 1815, is . . . Map (db m65314) HM
68 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Flats
It's 1890. This is "the flats,” the industrial center of Seneca Falls. The noise is deafening, as hundreds of highly-skilled workers build pumps and fire engines in factories jammed onto every inch of the islands below you. Hammer blows ring . . . Map (db m65319) HM
69 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Great LighthouseWomen's Rights National Historical Park
Home to progressive thinkers and welcoming to reformist speakers, the Wesleyan Chapel was known as the “Great Light House.” In 1843, amidst emerging local and national controversy over freedom of speech, the role of women, temperance, and the . . . Map (db m8203) HM
70 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Historic Business District
Early morning July 30, 1890 Alarms howl, waking the whole village. Flames roar down Fall Street, fanned by a stiff breeze. A choking black smoke billows across the canal. Jets of water hiss from hoses bristling from a dozen horse—drawn, . . . Map (db m65322) HM
71 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Stanton House: Shaping a ReformerWomen's Rights National Historical Park
The Stanton House: Shaping a Reformer When Elizabeth Cady Stanton moved into this house in 1847, she was a socially conscious wife, mother, and housekeeper. When she and her family left in 1862, she was a leader of the nation's emerging . . . Map (db m65318) HM
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72 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Village of Seneca Falls
may have inspired the hometown look of Frank Capra's 1946 holiday film classic "It's a Wonderful Life." Mr. Capra is known to have visited here in the mid-1940s at the same time the screenplay for the film was being developed. Many similarities . . . Map (db m65315) HM
73 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Village of Seneca Falls
may have inspired the hometown look of Frank Capra's 1946 holiday film classic "It's a Wonderful Life." Mr. Capra is known to have visited here in the mid-1940s at the same time the screenplay for the film was being developed. Many similarities . . . Map (db m65316) HM
74 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Wesleyan Chapel: 1843 to 1871Women's Rights National Historical Park
The Chapel is founded In March, 1843, the First Wesleyan Methodist Society of Seneca Falls resolved to build "a house of Public Worship." In October, they dedicated the new brick church described as "well finished," "on a good site," . . . Map (db m226594) HM
75 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Wesleyan Chapel: 1871 to 1985Women's Rights National Historical Park
A colorful life After the Wesleyan Methodist congregation split in 1869, the chapel was sold. The building played many roles in the community until 1985. Some of everything Later owners moved and added walls, floors, . . . Map (db m226592) HM
76 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — The Wesleyan Chapel: 1985 to todayWomen's Rights National Historical Park
Saving the chapel At the urging of concerned citizens, Congress established Women's Rights National Historical Park in 1980. The federal government purchased the former Wesleyan Chapel in 1985. All that remained Very . . . Map (db m226563) HM
77 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Van Cleef Lake
Named for George Cunningham Van Cleef, one of the first white children born in Seneca County 1797.Map (db m65246) HM
78 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the men and women from Seneca Falls who served their country in the Armed Forces. [Armed Services Emblems]Map (db m104837) WM
79 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — We Will Accomplish Wonders
In pursuit of women’s rights, Elizabeth Cady Stanton developed a network that included some of the most famous reformers in American history. Frederick Douglass, Lucretia Coffin Mott and her sister Martha Coffin Wright, William Lloyd Garrison, and — . . . Map (db m65311) HM
80 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Welcome to Seneca Falls
The Seneca River—the Cayuga Indians called it "Sha-Se-On-Se" or "Swift Waters". In Seneca Falls the Seneca River was a winding, rapid-filled waterway that became an important carrying place on the route from Albany to Geneva and on to the western . . . Map (db m104832) HM
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81 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Welcome to Seneca FallsThe Birthplace of Women’s Rights
Welcome to Seneca Falls, where its roots run deep and strong. The community has evolved over three centuries into the Historic gateway to the Finger Lakes since our founding in 1829. The best of our heritage remains today – a strong work . . . Map (db m144048) HM
82 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Since its construction in 1843, the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel has accommodated a remarkable variety of uses. Built to house the religious services of the abolitionist Wesleyan Methodists, the Chapel was routinely opened for meetings of . . . Map (db m65321) HM
83 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — When Anthony Met Stanton
In May 1851, there was a chance encounter on the streets of Seneca Falls which forever altered the struggle for women's rights. Amelia Jenks Bloomer introduced Susan B. Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton. The friendship that was forged between . . . Map (db m65248) HM
84 New York, Seneca County, Seneca Falls — Women's Rights National Park
Welcome to one of the few national parks dedicated to a social reform movement - Women's rights. Here in Seneca Falls and Waterloo, in living rooms and on front porches, in private and in public, a group of five women started a movement that would . . . Map (db m143646) HM
85 New York, Seneca County, Tyre — Crusoe Island
Site of Crusoe Post Office until 1852. Home of Senator David H. Evans, 1837-1920. Stage relaying barns were located here. State Education Department 1935Map (db m125096) HM
86 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — American Civil War Memorial
This Memorial recognizes the 57 men from Waterloo who died in the Civil War. Local residents sculpted the individual cenotaphs. The white marble Star Stone honors all of the 620,000 Confederate and Union soldiers and sailors who died in . . . Map (db m104910) HM WM
87 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Bear Cemetery
Dedicated to Samuel Bear Founder of Waterloo Born August 18, 1770 Died September 25, 1807 Erected this 28th day of May 2001 by the Village of Waterloo Celebrate Commemorate CommitteeMap (db m243959) HM
88 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Celebrating 100 Years of High School Education in Waterloo1886 • 1986
This Memorial Arch of native limestone was formed by combining two portals from the 1901 addition to the original high school building upon demolition of the school in 1928. Herman F. Brehm moved them to his property west of the village where they . . . Map (db m104723) HM
89 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Civil War Memorial
In Honor Of The Boys In Blue Who Fought In The Civil War 1861 - 1865 Lest We ForgetMap (db m104753) WM
90 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Coach Tom Coughlin
This mural was created to honor Coach Tom Coughlin, coach of the NY Giants, who brought the team to a victory at the Super Bowl February 3, 2008 The people of Waterloo are proud to call Coach Coughlin a son of Waterloo. His integrity . . . Map (db m104716) HM
91 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Early History of Waterloo1795 - 1927
350 feet west of this spot, Zalmon Disbrow, in 1795 first began clearing the forest on what was later the Dr. Gardner Welles Farm, military lot 97. Sept, 30, 1796 the first stage left Utica for Geneva, passing here Oct. 2. The War of 1812 . . . Map (db m8195) HM
92 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — General Lafayette
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93 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — General Murray ResidenceBuilt 1817
Gen. John B. Murray and Henry C. Welles founded Memorial Day at Waterloo, N.Y. May 5, 1866 Waterloo Memorial Day Centennial - 1966Map (db m104730) HM
94 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — General Sullivan’s New York Campaign Trail
Routes of the armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton 1779 An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggression of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, . . . Map (db m8193) HM
95 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Korean Veterans Memorial25 June 1950 • 27 July 1953 — Freedom Is Not Free —
[US Armed Services Emblems] "Rose of Sharon" Symbol of the Korean WarMap (db m104751) WM
96 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — 89 — Lafayette’s TourMapping the Farewell Tour™ — The Lafayette Trail —
On June 8, 1825, General Lafayette was welcomed here. His arrival was announced by a swivel gun that exploded, killing Capt. Jehiel Parsons.Map (db m208548) HM
97 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Memorial DayHistoric New York
Historic New York Memorial Day On May 5, 1866, the residents of Waterloo held the first complete, community-wide observance of Memorial Day. They dedicated the entire day to honoring the Civil War dead in a solemn and patriotic manner. . . . Map (db m8194) HM
98 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Military Route
Military Route of the Sullivan-Clinton Army on its campaign against the British and Indians of Western New York in 1779Map (db m64954) HM
99 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Robert S. Duncanson(1821-1872)
Born near here famous African American landscape artist of the mid-19th CenturyMap (db m243957) HM
100 New York, Seneca County, Waterloo — Skoi-Yase
This monument was erected in September 1879. To commemorate The destruction of the Indian village SKOI-YASE, By Col. John Harper, under orders of Maj. Gen John Sullivan, September 8, 1779.Map (db m8192) HM

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