“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Warren County, New York

Clickable Map of Warren County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Warren County, NY (147) Essex County, NY (189) Hamilton County, NY (14) Saratoga County, NY (460) Washington County, NY (149)  WarrenCounty(147) Warren County (147)  EssexCounty(189) Essex County (189)  HamiltonCounty(14) Hamilton County (14)  SaratogaCounty(460) Saratoga County (460)  WashingtonCounty(149) Washington County (149)
Adjacent to Warren County, New York
    Essex County (189)
    Hamilton County (14)
    Saratoga County (460)
    Washington County (149)
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1New York (Warren County), Adirondack — House 1840
Oldest house in Horicon. Once owned by Edwin Bush, Superintendent of Tannery. Hides were tanned into leather using hemlock bark. — Map (db m140058) HM
2New York (Warren County), Athol — Town of Thurman War Memorial
Front Face: In Honor Of Men And Women Who Served In The Military Of The United States Of America In War And Peace Dedicated In The Town Of Thurman In The Year Of 2001 Rear Face: All Veterans Who . . . — Map (db m150303) WM
3New York (Warren County), Bolton — Bolton Veterans’ Memorial
Stanza Three of “The Charge of the Light Brigade” Written in 1854 Cannon to right of them, Cannon to left of them, Cannon in front of them Volleyed and thunder’d; Stormed at with shot and shell, Boldly they rode . . . — Map (db m148264) WM
4New York (Warren County), Bolton — The Battlefield Marker
The Battlefield Marker was used as both a support for blood plasma, and as a marker of the body of a fallen soldier when his steel helmet was placed on top of it. In the position depicted here, it was easily located by graves registration when they . . . — Map (db m148267) WM
5New York (Warren County), Bolton — The Cannon
The barrel and the firing mechanism of this 4.7 inch cannon were made at the Northwestern Ordinance Company, while the carriage was made at Rock Island Arsenal. According to the records at the Watervliet Arsenal, only 93 cannons of this type were . . . — Map (db m148265) WM
6New York (Warren County), Bolton — The Doughboy
The DOUGHBOY portrays the typical World War I infantryman in battle in Europe, charging forward toward the enemy in the erect “over the top” position used at the time. The expression “Doughboy” came from the tunic buttons . . . — Map (db m148266) WM
7New York (Warren County), Bolton — The Historic Sagamore Hotel
On Green Island – opened 1930 National Register of Historic Places (First Hotel – 1883 to 1893) (Second Hotel – 1894 to 1914) (Sagamore Club - 1923 to 1929) Historical Society of the Town of Bolton — Map (db m148263) HM
8New York (Warren County), Bolton — The Huddle
Bolton's first hamlet. First post office (1816), general store, tannery blacksmith shop, gristmill & residences — Map (db m130054) HM
9New York (Warren County), Bolton — The Scout
The statue of THE SCOUT portrays the typical World War II and Korean War era Staff Sergeant attired in full battle gear of the time. He is seen here carrying a .45 caliber Thompson sub-machine gun that used the same ammunition as his sidearm, a . . . — Map (db m148268) WM
10New York (Warren County), Bolton Landing — NY-6 — Gen. Henry Knox Trail
Through this place passed Gen. Henry Knox in the winter of 1775-1776 to deliver to Gen. George Washington at Cambridge the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga used to force the British Army to evacuate Boston Erected by The State of New York . . . — Map (db m9798) HM
11New York (Warren County), Bolton Landing — George Reis Home1917 to 1962
Owner and driver of El Lagarto 72 mph, fastest boat in the world Gold Cup racing champion 1933, 1934, 1935 — Map (db m18432) HM
12New York (Warren County), Bolton Landing — Sembrich Museum & Lakeside Grounds
International opera diva Marcella Sembrich summered & taught here in her studio 1924 to 1935 — Map (db m18428) HM
13New York (Warren County), Bolton Landing — Villa Marie Antoinette1918 Gate House
Millionaire's Row mansion of Dr. William Gerard Beckers. Invented chemical fabric dyes. Sold to Harry K. Thaw in 1943. — Map (db m18427) HM
14New York (Warren County), Brant Lake — A Grist Mill
Built in 1865 on this Site by Jud Barton. Operated by Jud and his Sons Until 1937. Powered by Water from Outlet of Mill Pond. — Map (db m77378) HM
15New York (Warren County), Chestertown — Church of the Good Shepherd
The buildings in this district were listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 — Map (db m115213) HM
16New York (Warren County), Chestertown — Fowler-Dains House
The buildings in this district were listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 — Map (db m115199) HM
17New York (Warren County), Chestertown — Town Hall
The buildings in this district were listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 — Map (db m115216) HM
18New York (Warren County), Chestertown — War Memorial
This plaque is dedicated to those men and women who served their country in a time of need in all wars and conflicts — Map (db m115198) WM
19New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — “The Spirit of Glens Falls”
From this location “The Spirit of Glens Falls” Hot air balloon Made its maiden flight July 4, 1977 At 7:14 P.M. Adirondack Hot Air Balloon Festival Committee Glens Falls, New York — Map (db m148130) HM
20New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — 18th Separate Company Armory
1895 National Register of Historic Places — Map (db m148660) HM
21New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — City Park’s Development
Today,City Park serves as a hub for recreation and relaxation for residents and visitors to Glens Falls. The park also plays host to several annual events, concerts, and weddings. Historically, the area now known as City Park was once a bustling . . . — Map (db m138815) HM
22New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Civil War Monument
Lists the names and units for soldiers from the area who died in the Civil War.Map (db m148606) HM
23New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Cooper’s Cave
Cooper’s Cave is a natural chamber in a small unnamed limestone island at the bottom of Glen’s Falls. The cave is open at both ends, and, as the water rises below the falls, it flows through Cooper’s Cave from the channel on the north side of the . . . — Map (db m148661) HM
24New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — First Presbyterian Church of Glens Falls
Architect Ralph Adams Cram Completed June 9, 1929 This property has been place on The National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m148204) HM
25New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — NY-9 — Gen. Henry Knox Trail
Through this place passed Gen. Henry Knox in the winter of 1775-1776 to deliver to Gen. George Washington at Cambridge the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga used to force the British Army to evacuate Boston Erected by The State of . . . — Map (db m56840) HM
26New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Glens Falls AreaHistoric New York
          Where the Hudson River runs eastward before turning south is a series of falls, an obstacle to navigation but also a source of power. These lay athwart the north-south trail between Albany and Montreal. The Queensbury Patent of 23,000 . . . — Map (db m56852) HM
27New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Glens Falls War Memorial
. . . — Map (db m148127) WM
28New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Glens Falls/Chepontuc
Glens Falls Although the founding fathers laid out Glen Falls a half mile to the north, their new village flourished at the foot of the hill. Abraham Wing built the first commercial enterprise in 1765, a combination tavern, inn, and store on . . . — Map (db m148702) HM
29New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Global War on Terrorism
The Global War on Terrorism Monument honors the military service members who served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and their families who supported them. Their sacrifice will forever be remembered. — Map (db m148686) HM
30New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Henry Crandall
Born in 1821 into a poor family on the east side of Lake George, Henry Crandell went on to make a fortune as a lumberman. He retired at age 59 and until his death in 1913 he gave generously of his money. Legend has it that Henry Crandell was . . . — Map (db m148783) HM
31New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — History of Crandell Public Library
In 1892, local philanthropist and respected businessman Henry Crandell offered to fund a public library in Glens Falls. Crandell approached Superintendent of Glens Falls City Schools, Dr. Sherman Williams, and donated $2,500 to provide furniture . . . — Map (db m147819) HM
32New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Korean War Monument
Korean War 1950 - 1953 — Map (db m148687) WM
33New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Peace and Victory Monument
To those who served in our nation's wars through whose courage and sacrifice came victory and peace — Map (db m148688) WM
34New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — The Battles of Saratoga - 1777Historic New York
          One of the most decisive battles in world history ended with the surrender near here of the British army invading from Canada under General “Gentleman Johnny” Burgoyne in 1777. The defeat ended a summer-long campaign by over . . . — Map (db m56850) HM
35New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — The Church of the Messiah (Episcopal)
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m147758) HM
36New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — The DeLong House
In 1860, Zopher and Catherine DeLong moved to Glens Falls from the Saratoga County town of Day where Zopher had been a farmer, lumberman and proprietor of a general store. They purchased this Glen Street property, with its simple wooden house built . . . — Map (db m147865) HM
37New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — The onetime Dr. James Ferguson Office
This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m148326) HM
38New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Tree of Friendship
September 22, 1988 Francis V. O’Keefe Mayor of Glens Falls Masatoshi Nishimura Mayor of Saga City, Japan Sister Cities — Map (db m148129)
39New York (Warren County), Glens Falls — Weber Furlong1878-1962
One of America’s great and influential artists of the Twentieth Century, Weber Furlong was among the first to champion the modern art movement. The final years of her life were spent in Glens Falls, where she lived and taught near this site at her . . . — Map (db m148128) HM
40New York (Warren County), Hague — Battles at Sabbath Day Point
In 1757, some 350 NJ Provincials, paddling from Fort William Henry, were ambushed near this site by Native Americans and Canadians, suffering 70% casualties. In 1758, General Abercrombie camped here with 15,000 men. Both generals were on their way . . . — Map (db m126226) HM
41New York (Warren County), Hague — Garfield's Hotel & Tavern
1810 Site Of Garfield's Hotel & Tavern One of the earliest stopping places on Lake George. Other hotels on this site were Arthur's Phoenix, and Beachside with the Cave Bar. The original owner was Nathaniel Garfield, a Revolutionary War . . . — Map (db m66544) HM
42New York (Warren County), Hague — Hague Heritage Cemetery1803 – 1870
Burial ground for many original Hague settlers and numerous Revolutionary and Civil War veterans. Also known as “The Old Hague Cemetery.” — Map (db m126222) HM
43New York (Warren County), Hague — Town of Hague Centennial
. . . — Map (db m66534) HM
44New York (Warren County), Johnsburg — Cpl. Charles D. Ross
In memory of Cpl. Charles D. Ross Killed in action in the Korean War August 8, 1951 United States Army Seventh Cavalry Regiment Company M Third Battalion Awarded the Purple Heart Born February 16, 1930 Wevertown, New York Member of . . . — Map (db m138534) WM
45New York (Warren County), Johnsburg — Mathew B. BradyCivil War Photographer — CA. 1822-1896 —
Childhood Home Near this Site Matthew Brady was born of Irish immigrant parents and grew up here in Johnsburg off what is today called Pasco Road. Some records suggest that he was actually born here. Youngest of three children, his father was . . . — Map (db m137822) HM
46New York (Warren County), Johnsburg — The Forest Preserve and Adirondack Park
Comprising six million acres, the Adirondack Park contains the largest wilderness area in the eastern United States. It is nearly three times the size of Yellowstone National Park and larger than the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As a state park, . . . — Map (db m138530) HM
47New York (Warren County), Lake George — A Common Stone
. . . — Map (db m9042) HM
48New York (Warren County), Lake George — Adirondack Forest PreserveLake George Battlefield Park
At a junction along one of the most historic water routes in America, connecting the Hudson River to Lake Champlain, this site witnessed military engagements during both the French and Indian War (1755-1763) and the American Revolution (1775-1783). . . . — Map (db m16115) HM
49New York (Warren County), Lake George — Alfred Stieglitz/Georgia O’Keeffe
Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) They lived on this hill and created art reflecting their love of Lake George. — Map (db m130051) HM
50New York (Warren County), Lake George — Battle of Lake GeorgeSept. 8, 1755
Right of Monument: Defeat would have opened the road to Albany to the French Back of Monument: 1903 The Society of Colonial Wars erected this monument to commemorate the victory of the colonial forces under General William Johnson and their . . . — Map (db m9410) HM
51New York (Warren County), Lake George — 12 — Bloody Morning Scout
Dedicated to the soldiers of Col. Ephraim Williams's detachment and their Mohawk allies who died September 8, 1755 during this engagement when ambushed by French forces approximately 2 miles south of this site on the Old Military Road. Among the . . . — Map (db m138549) WM
52New York (Warren County), Lake George — Bloody Pond
Here Sept. 8, 1755 (Battle of Lake George) the colonial forces under Lieut. Col. Cole checked the hitherto successful advance of Baron Dieskau and his allies, changing the English rout into ultimate victory. Here likewise on the evening of the same . . . — Map (db m17376) HM
53New York (Warren County), Lake George — Charles R. Bishop Childhood Home
Charles R. Bishop (1822-1915) considered one of Hawaii's greatest benefactors. Married Princess Bernice Pauahi. Buried Hawaiian Royal Tomb. — Map (db m97068) HM
54New York (Warren County), Lake George — Col. Williams Monument
Founder of Williams College — Map (db m17330) HM
55New York (Warren County), Lake George — Colonel Ephraim Williams, Jr.
On this site in 1755, Colonel Ephraim Williams, Jr. was buried after his death in the battle called "Bloody Morning Scout," a skirmish that opened the Battle of Lake George. Ephraim Williams, Jr. is best known as the Founder of Williams College, a . . . — Map (db m17329) HM
56New York (Warren County), Lake George — Colonial Maritime HeritageLake George Battlefield Park
Numerous vessels plied the waters of the lake during the French and Indian War (1755-1763) and the American Revolution (1775-1783). Many of the smaller vessels were constructed elsewhere, while others were constructed at the south end of Lake George . . . — Map (db m16114) HM
57New York (Warren County), Lake George — Delaware & Hudson Railroad
The arrival of the Delaware and Hudson Railroad at Lake George in 1882 had a significant impact on life in the region. Early vacationers often arrived in rail cars direct from New York City and Albany. While the rich and famous relaxed at lakeside . . . — Map (db m16118) HM
58New York (Warren County), Lake George — Ethan Allen tour boat tragedy
We hear from the misty troubled shore the voice of those gone before drawing the soul to it's anchorage Bret Harte This memorial is dedicated to the twenty men and women who tragically perished when the Ethan Allen tour boat . . . — Map (db m18434) HM
59New York (Warren County), Lake George — Fort George• • 1759 • •
In the State Park to the left are the ruins of old Fort George. About here in 1755 the French under Baron Dieskau were defeated by the British Colonials under Sir William Johnson. — Map (db m9413) HM
60New York (Warren County), Lake George — French Mtn. Hamlet
A 19th century community with the Halfway House, Brown's store plank road tollgate, School #14, sawmill, tannery, race track, Post Office and 14 residences. — Map (db m18468) HM
61New York (Warren County), Lake George — NY-7 — Gen. Henry Knox Trail
Through this place passed Gen. Henry Knox in the winter of 1775-1776 to deliver to Gen. George Washington at Cambridge the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga used to force the British Army to evacuate Boston Erected by The State of New York . . . — Map (db m9795) HM
62New York (Warren County), Lake George — NY-8 — Gen. Henry Knox Trail
Through this place passed Gen. Henry Knox in the winter of 1775-1776 to deliver to Gen. George Washington at Cambridge the train of artillery from Fort Ticonderoga used to force the British Army to evacuate Boston Erected by . . . — Map (db m18647) HM
63New York (Warren County), Lake George — 338 — Georgia O'Keeffe1887-1986
American artist who stayed at Wakonda in June 1908 on a scholarship from the Art Students League. — Map (db m133044) HM
64New York (Warren County), Lake George — Lake GeorgeHistoric New York
The natural route by water and portage between the St. Lawrence River and the Hudson River traversed Lake George. Christened Lac du Saint Sacrement in 1646 by the Jesuit missionary, Isaac Jogues, it was renamed in 1755 by Sir William Johnson to . . . — Map (db m18102) HM
65New York (Warren County), Lake George — Lake George in the American RevolutionLake George Battlefield Park
Lake George played an important role throughout the American Revolution as a transportation route, staging area and outpost. In December 1775, as some American troops were ferried north during their abortive invasion of Canada, Colonel Henry Knox’s . . . — Map (db m16111) HM
66New York (Warren County), Lake George — Lake George Region Veterans Memorial
Lake George Region Veterans Memorial Honoring all veterans who served our country in war and peace All gave some Some gave all Their sacrifice Our gratitude — Map (db m138552) WM
67New York (Warren County), Lake George — Lake George Steamboat Company
Map (db m18435) HM
68New York (Warren County), Lake George — Lake George War Memorial
Honoring Veterans of All Wars The veterans on this Honor Roll have had substantial ties to the Residency and Service to the Lake George Community. Legend of Periods of Military Service 0 – Civil War 1 – World War 1 2 – . . . — Map (db m148262) WM
69New York (Warren County), Lake George — Lake House
Luxurious hotel built on this site in 1832, torn down in 1904 and site dedicated as Shepard Park in 1917 Village of Lake George — Map (db m148261) HM
70New York (Warren County), Lake George — Memorial to Four Unknown Soldiers
A Memorial to Four Unknown Soldiers --------------- who fell September 8, 1755 on the Bloody Morning Scout led by Col. Ephraim Williams and King Hendrick against the French and Indians under Baron Dieskau. The remains were disinterred in building a . . . — Map (db m9049) HM
71New York (Warren County), Lake George — Military Dock
During the French and Indian War, British and Procincial troops used a dock near here for loading soldiers, artillery, and supplies. — Map (db m9424) HM
72New York (Warren County), Lake George — Military Road
Military Road built between Fort Edward and Lake George built by Sir William Johnson during the summer of 1755 — Map (db m17339) HM
73New York (Warren County), Lake George — Montcalm's Camp
On these grounds Montcalm's Army camped during the siege of Ft. Wm. Henry, August 6 - 9, 1757 — Map (db m17388) HM
74New York (Warren County), Lake George — Mountainside Library
Founded 1894 Built 1904 through the efforts of Seeyle-Eggelston family and Andrew Carnegie Erected by Town of Queensbury 2009 — Map (db m148714) HM
75New York (Warren County), Lake George — Northeast BastionFort William Henry — 1755 - 1757 —
This was the flagstaff bastion. During the early days of the bombardment, a French projectile severed a pulley on one of the poles, causing the English flag to fall. One of the carpenters rushed to repair the damage, but as he climbed the pole, had . . . — Map (db m15801) HM
76New York (Warren County), Lake George — Northwest BastionFort William Henry — 1755 - 1757 —
This bastion suffered the heaviest damage from Montcalm’s artillery. Here a howitzer shell landed on an ammunition box killing or wounding 16, including a "provincial Officer who was never heard of but part of his coat was found." Each night the . . . — Map (db m15802) HM
77New York (Warren County), Lake George — Radeau Land Tortoise
has been designated a National Historic Landmark This vessel possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America. Built by British and provincial forces in 1758, the seven-gun, 26-oar French and Indian War . . . — Map (db m16116) HM
78New York (Warren County), Lake George — Radeau Warship
Land Tortoise, built by Colonial and British troops, near this site in 1758. Lies 2 miles north in 107 feet of water. — Map (db m17383) HM
79New York (Warren County), Lake George — Royal Sussex Regiment Memorial
This plaque commemorates the memory of those officers, N.C.O.s and men of the 35th Regiment of Foot (now the Royal Sussex Regiment), their wives and families who lost their lives during the defence of Fort William Henry, and the subsequent massacre . . . — Map (db m9043) HM
80New York (Warren County), Lake George — Southeast BastionFort William Henry — 1755 - 1757 —
The original entrance to the fort was under this bastion. A road led to it from the vicinity of the old Railroad Station and Steamboat dock. About a quarter mile away, the rising hill of tall pines marks the site of the Battle of Lake George. This . . . — Map (db m15806) HM
81New York (Warren County), Lake George — Southwest BastionFort William Henry — 1755 - 1757 —
You are looking at the general area of the cemetery which encompassed most of the parking area and extended across Canada Street. Many soldiers died from wounds inflicted during battle, but most deaths were related to infection and disease. In 1842, . . . — Map (db m15805) HM
82New York (Warren County), Lake George — Stockaded Fort 1759Lake George Battlefield Park
In 1759, while Colonel Montresor constructed Fort George out of limestone, a star-shaped stockaded fort was built closer to Lake George by Major General Jeffery Amherst’s army. This British complex encompassed an officers’ barracks, a soldiers’ . . . — Map (db m16113) HM
83New York (Warren County), Lake George — Submerged Track
Offshore lies D & H “Marine Track” 5-15 ft of water. Operated from 1910-1950. Boats launched off railcars. 205 ft of spur survives. — Map (db m16117) HM
84New York (Warren County), Lake George — Sunken Fleet
Fall 1758 British/Americans sank Radeau Land Tortoise, Sloop Halifax, 260 bateaux to avoid plunder by French raiding parties — Map (db m17384) HM
85New York (Warren County), Lake George — The 1755 Battle of Lake GeorgeLake George Battlefield Park
In September 1755, a Colonial army commanded by Major General William Johnson camped on this location in preparation for an advance against the French Fortress of St. Frederic at Crown Point on Lake Champlain. On September 8, a French force . . . — Map (db m16035) HM
86New York (Warren County), Lake George — The Hospital
At Battle of Lake George many wounded soldiers and some with smallpox were cruelly murdered by Indians of Montcalm’s Army. — Map (db m9415) HM
87New York (Warren County), Lake George — Towers Hall
The building over the hill is Towers Hall. it was the carriage house for the Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel and housed many hotel employees. — Map (db m162789) HM
88New York (Warren County), Lake George — Warship Row
Here on March 17 1757 The British Fleet of 300 Warships (Bateaux and Sloops) was Burned by The French Raiders — Map (db m98320) HM
89New York (Warren County), Lake George — Wiawaka Bateaux
7 French and Indian War bateaux sunk here in 1758. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992. — Map (db m17382) HM
90New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Church of Infant Jesus
Established 1874 on land donated by Col. B.C. Butler. Mission church of Warrensburg and later Corinth. Demolished and rebuilt in 1929 as Church of the Holy Infancy. Became parish church in 1956 — Map (db m131686) HM
91New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Church Of Rockwell Falls
Est. 1856. First Pastor the Rev. Chas. H. Skillman Renamed 1938 Rockwell Falls Presbyterian - Burned 12-21-1926 Rebuilt 1927. Jeffers Memorial 1958 — Map (db m131727) HM
92New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — First Methodist
Episcopal church built 1852 by James Hedgeman and Silas Dayton. First Pastor: The Rev. Henry Williams. Now United Methodist Church — Map (db m131745) HM
93New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — First Wilderness/ Lake Luzerne
First Wilderness Corridor The Adirondacks was the first place Americans embraced the wilderness as a feature of civilization. The First Wilderness Corridor follows the Upper Hudson from Saratoga Springs to North Creek. This wild and scenic . . . — Map (db m131749) HM
94New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — First Wood Pulp Grinder
In this building was installed in 1870 the first wood pulp grinder made in this country. Here, for the first time, wood pulp was produced and sold in large quantities and the success of the industry was assured. — Map (db m136405) HM
95New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Garnar Tannery
Started in 1867 On Wells Creek By Raymond & Ely. Purchased in 1868 By Thomas Garner & Co., Book Binding & Leather Tanned. Closed in 1909. Chimney Still Standing. — Map (db m99971) HM
96New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Jessup's Patent
4100 Acres granted by the Crown to Edward and Ebenezer Jessup 1767. Site of their lavish homes. Loyalist during the Rev. War, joined Gen. Burgoyne and fled to Canada — Map (db m131735) HM
97New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Lake LuzerneWhere Friends and Waters Meet — First Wilderness Corridor —
Come to Lake Luzerne, just eleven miles south of Lake George Village. Here, the Hudson River squeezes into a narrow gorge, tumbling over the dramatic Rockwell Falls. Water from the Great Sacandaga Reservoir joins the river in a flurry of white . . . — Map (db m150210) HM
98New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Site of First Town Board Meeting
April 17, 1792. Home of Silas Dibble Fairfield, Washington County Now Lake Luzerne, Warren County — Map (db m150076) HM
99New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — Site of Wayside Inn
Victorian Gothic built 1869-1938. Built by Col. Benjamin C. Butler. Famous guests: President U.S. Grant, Astors, Vanderbilts, Pullmans — Map (db m131740) HM
100New York (Warren County), Lake Luzerne — St. Mary’s Church
Incorporated April 30,1865. Cornerstone laid Aug. 25, 1874. First service held June 1875. Architect: Jacob Wray Mould. Civil War Memorial window. — Map (db m131689) HM WM

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