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

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1New York (Wayne County), Arcadia — A Vast Enterprise
A Vast Enterprise The Erie Canal was a vast commercial enterprise that required an army of men, women, and children to maintain and operate: surveyors, engineers, lock tenders, toll collectors, bridge operators, repair crews, and bank . . . Map (db m117641) HM
2New York (Wayne County), Arcadia — The Birthplace of Modern Spiritualism
Upon this site stood the Hydesville cottage, the home of the Fox sisters, through whose mediumship communication with the spirit world was established March 31, 1848. There is no death. There are no dead.Map (db m117715) HM
3New York (Wayne County), Arcadia — 322 — The Fox Sisters
The Fox Sisters On this site event of March 31, 1848 began sisters Maggie and Kate Fox's central role in the origin of modern spiritualism Map (db m117714) HM
4New York (Wayne County), Butler — First Zion Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Built in 1836 Oldest Methodist Church in Wayne County Church built from trees cut on site and milled at Viele's local sawmill Board of Trustees (1835): Uriah G. Beach, Paul Davis, Lucius Hibbard, John Roe, and William Wadsworth In Memory of . . . Map (db m157092) HM
5New York (Wayne County), Butler — Roe Cobblestone Schoolhouse
Roe Cobblestone Schoolhouse (aka) Maple Avenue School, believed to be the oldest cobblestone schoolhouse in North America circa 1824Map (db m79698) HM
6New York (Wayne County), Butler — Sarah Mills
Sarah Mills departed this life December 18, 1809 in the 65th year of her age. First woman to die in Town of Butler. Wife of Rev. War Capt. Peter Mills. Map (db m79701) HM
7New York (Wayne County), Clyde — Blockhouse Creek
Filled in during railroad construction in the 1850's, this stream was originally a ravine known to the Iroquois as "Little Waters", and to early settlers as Vanderbilt Creek. In the 1700's it formed part of the Indian trail between Sodus Bay . . . Map (db m131868) HM
8New York (Wayne County), Clyde — Clyde Blockhouse Historical Site
In 1722 a blockhouse was built here by an expedition sent by Governor William Burnet of the Province of New York. The site was the location of an earlier French trading post, on the trail leading from Sodus Bay. During the French and Indian War, . . . Map (db m131857) HM
9New York (Wayne County), Clyde — 332 — Clyde Downtown Historic District
Clyde Downtown Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2019 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m157121) HM
10New York (Wayne County), Clyde — Clyde Historical Highlights
1722 Blockhouse constructed 1782 Military Tract #27 (now Town of Galen) established for Revolutionary War medical staff veterans 1811 Permanent settlement, Lauraville, begins south of river 1825 Erie Canal completed/Stow Insurance Office . . . Map (db m132026) HM
11New York (Wayne County), Clyde — 507 — Conflagration
On April 8, 1847 a fired that began in an old barn destroyed several buildings across from this site. Rain helped contain flames.Map (db m157124) HM
12New York (Wayne County), Clyde — Erie Mansion B&B
Historically hauntedMap (db m131848) HM
13New York (Wayne County), Clyde — 530 — Iron Works
Est. ca. 1831 on this site made farm implements. Later expanded to make boilers, traction & portable steam engines. Closed 1954.Map (db m157125) HM
14New York (Wayne County), Clyde — Replica Blockhouse
This replica blockhouse was constructed 1975-76, as a Bicentennial project, with donations from local businesses It is built to resemble the original blockhouse, described as being about 12 feet by 18 feet in dimension, two stories in height . . . Map (db m131867) HM
15New York (Wayne County), Clyde — Roll of Honor
To the memory of the men and women of the Town of Galen who gave their lives in the World War 1917-1919. Silivo Baldasare PVT Co. 311th Inf. Killed in Action George Aden Brown PVT. 17th Co. 5th Marines Died of Wounds John Dawson PVT. HDQTS CO. . . . Map (db m131907) WM
16New York (Wayne County), Clyde — The Galen Historical Society Museum
First brick edifice in Clyde The Baptist church 1833-1954 The public library 1955-1995 Map (db m131853) HM
17New York (Wayne County), Clyde — 519 — Train Wreck
On May 2, 1902 about 400 ft. south of this site fast mail train No. 3 collided with a freight train. 13 mail clerks were injured. Two crew died.Map (db m157123) HM
18New York (Wayne County), Clyde — World War Cannon(250mm German Mine Launcher)
Between 1910-1918, the Rheinmetall Factory of Germany produced 1,234 of these heavy trench mortars. They could hurl 97kg (210-lb) high-explosive shells up to 550 meters. This gun was a war trophy given by the US Government to the Village of . . . Map (db m157122) HM
19New York (Wayne County), Huron — 615 — First Meeting
First meeting Freethinkers Association of Central & Western New York organized here August 1877. Hosted by James M. Cosad. About 2,000 attended.Map (db m150134) HM
20New York (Wayne County), Lyons — 7 — Enlarged Erie Canal Lock 55H.G. Hotchkiss Peppermint Company — Rochester, Syracuse & Eastern Rail Road —
Enlarged Erie Canal Lock 55, Lyons, New York H.G. Hotchkiss Peppermint Company Rochester, Syracuse & Eastern Rail Road Fifteen Miles on the Erie Canal, Wayne County, New York Enlarged Erie Canal (1840-1905) Lock E-55, located just east . . . Map (db m117683) HM
21New York (Wayne County), Lyons — First School
First School A log school house was built on this site before 1808. Brick structure replacing it was used as a Catholic Church. Map (db m117687) HM
22New York (Wayne County), Lyons — G. Winston Dobbins Memorial Parkand Mural Winston's Dream
G. Winston Dobbins Memorial Park and Mural Winston's Dream Dedicated June 14, 2007 This site is more than a landmark in history. It is a community victory! In April of 2006 discarded furniture, old tires, scrap metal, and assorted rubbish filled . . . Map (db m117673) HM
23New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Gratefully Dedicated
Air Force Gratefully dedicated to the lasting memory of all the men and women of the village and town of Lyons who have served honorably in the armed forces of the United States of America in peace and war. Army Navy POW★MIA You are . . . Map (db m117666) WM
24New York (Wayne County), Lyons — H.G. Hotchkiss
H.G. Hotchkiss Essential Oil Co. began on this site 1841. Awarded international medals making Lyons one of the world's largest producers of peppermint oil. Map (db m117669) HM
25New York (Wayne County), Lyons — H.G. Hotchkiss Peppermint Mural
H.G. Hotchkiss Peppermint Mural Artist: Dawn Jordan July 2009 Mural #7 In this mural Dawn Jordan depicts the "essence” of the business operations which at one time produced the world famous Hotchkiss Peppermint Oil. Included . . . Map (db m117671) HM
26New York (Wayne County), Lyons — H.G. Hotchkiss/Hotchkiss Essential Oils
Hotchkiss Essential Oils Essential Oil- an oil is essential in that it carries a distinctive scent or essence of a plant PEPPERMINT - a hybrid plant which is a cross between watermint and spearmint used to make oil: sometimes regarded as . . . Map (db m117678) HM
27New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Honor Roll
World War I Rudolph Cataldi Bert Collins Robert Guenthner Irving Martin Elmer Pflug Frank Schlieman Edward Walsh World War II Marl Blanch Michael Cassavino William Hess Loius Justino Albert Kline Norman Lanscaster . . . Map (db m132027) WM
28New York (Wayne County), Lyons — It is 1880 and You are Riding on a Packet Boat
It is 1880 and you are riding on a packet boat through Lyons, New York; as you pass and through Lock 55 the air is thick with the smell of peppermint oil having just been loaded for shipment by the Hotchkiss Building. Your packet boat just turned . . . Map (db m117658) HM
29New York (Wayne County), Lyons — 394 — Jackson School
Jackson School. One room cobblestone school house opened in 1831 for School Dist. No.6 Towns of Lyons & Arcadia. Closed 1947. Sold 1959 to private owners. Map (db m117713) HM
30New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Memorial
. . . Map (db m117688) WM
31New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Mildred Taylor
Mildred Taylor 1905-1981. Member of NYS Assemby from 1946-1960. First woman appointed to Assembly Ways and Means Committee. Map (db m117664) HM
32New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Naming of Lyons
Naming of Lyons About 1795 near this spot the river-view resembling that of Lyons, France, led Charles Williamson to rename "The Forks" settlement - Lyons. Map (db m117635) HM
33New York (Wayne County), Lyons — New York State Barge Canal
New York State Barge Canal has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America. Completed in 1918, the canal system's four branches . . . Map (db m159080) HM
34New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Site of Daniel Dorsey Warehouse
Here convened first session of Genesee Conference Methodist Church July 20, 1810. Bishop Francis Asbury presided. Bishop William McKendree was present. 68 ministers appointed to circuits.Map (db m131887) HM
35New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Taylor Memorial Park
Taylor Memorial Park Gift to the Village of Lyons in memory of William Taylor 1844-1918 by his son Myron C. Taylor 1932 Map (db m117663) HM
36New York (Wayne County), Lyons — The Bank
On this site in 1838 was erected a building known until 1929 as "The Bank." Built by The Bank of Lyons, it was occupied by: The Sisson Bank 1846 D. Chapman & Co. 1850 Charles Demmon, banker 1861 Gavitt & Murdock 1866 Saxon B. Gavitt, banker 1871 . . . Map (db m131904) HM
37New York (Wayne County), Lyons — The Lyons Drydock
The Lyons Drydock Thee Lyons drydock, located just west of the village was the last drydock built on the New York State Canal System after nearly a century of improvements. Drydocks like the one at Lyons were needed so that canal boats . . . Map (db m117654) HM
38New York (Wayne County), Lyons — Wayne County Historical SocietyMuseum of Wayne County History
Wayne County Historical Society Museum of Wayne County History Since 1962, the Wayne County Historical Society has operated the Museum of Wayne County History, a 17 room exhibition space - formerly the Wayne County Jail and Sheriff's residence. . . . Map (db m117685) HM
39New York (Wayne County), Macedon — 317 — Bullis House
Bullis House Built by Charles H. Bullis ca. 1839. Camp Bullis in Texas named for grandson Gen. John L. Bullis who resided here in his youth. Map (db m117614) HM
40New York (Wayne County), Macedon — 377 — Doty Home
Susan and Elias Doty Quaker abolitionists, suffragists, signed the Declaration of Sentiments July 1848 in Seneca FallsMap (db m132751) HM
41New York (Wayne County), Macedon — 370 — Emma B. Sweet
Emma B. Sweet 1862-1951. Macedon native, Susan B. Anthony's secretary 1895-1906. Sufferage worker, speaker and advocate for equal rights for all. Map (db m117608) HM
42New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Enlarged Erie Canal Lock 60 Historic Site
Macedon's Enlarged Erie Canal Lock 60 Historic Site The original 1825 Erie Canal (Clinton's Ditch), proved so successful that in 1841 lock 60 was built as a single chamber as part of a system wide enlargement. Whereas the "Ditch” . . . Map (db m117601) HM
43New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Erie Lock 60
Erie Lock 60 Through these hallowed chambers passed untold thousands. Built in 1821 Clinton's Ditch Lock #71 1841 Erie enlargement Lock #60 1874 doubled - 1888 lengthened Map (db m61898) HM
44New York (Wayne County), Macedon — First Settlers of Macedon
1789 Webb and Hannah Harwood first settlers of Macedon pioneer home located near this marker Map (db m117599) HM
45New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Have You Wondered
Have you wondered, "What are these boxes and what were they used for? These boxes have historical value and were used in a variety of ways. In circa 1900 they were used on Onondaga Lake, Syracuse, NY for oil barges to tie up to while waiting . . . Map (db m117606) HM
46New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Historic Sites
Historic Sites First Baptist Church built 1809 moved to VLG. 1835 Parsonage, bur- ial ground of David & Anna Wilcox great, great grandparents of Win- ston Churchill, School Dist #6 Map (db m110026) HM
47New York (Wayne County), Macedon — In Memory of Our Fallen Civil War Soldiers
Erected by the people of Macedon in memory of our fallen Civil War soldiers Honoring those who died to preserve the Union during the American Civil War (1861-1865) [left] Lewis B. Knowles, Co. B, 38th N.Y.V.; John Beuger, Co. B, 160th . . . Map (db m117613) WM
48New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Macedon Academy
Macedon Academy Est. 1841 to educate in the academics, in character, and in the equality of all people. Frederick Douglass spoke here March 6, 1861. Map (db m117598) HM
49New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Macedon's Honor Roll
Macedon's Honor Roll In grateful trubute to the local men and women of our armed forces who have or are currently serving their country. This land is rededicated in their memory to remain forever a public park.Map (db m117604) WM
50New York (Wayne County), Macedon — May 29, 1800
May 29, 1800 The First Baptist Church of Macedon was organized on this site in the home of Lemuel Spear, a veteran of the Revolution. Map (db m117600) HM
51New York (Wayne County), Macedon — The 26 Erie Canal Laborers
In remembrance of - The 26 Erie Canal laborers buried here, stricken in 1846. "They built the longest canal, with the least experience, for the most public benefit" Map (db m117597) HM
52New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Town of Macedon
Tract 12 range 3 of the Phelps-Gorham Purchase. Settled in 1789 by Webb and Hannah Harwood. Incorporated 29 Jan. 1823.Map (db m157664) HM
53New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Underground RR
Underground RR n this area Quaker abolitionist harbored slaves using Ganargua Creek as a gateway to freedom. Map (db m117607) HM
54New York (Wayne County), Macedon — Wayneport Historic Area
Macedon's Wayneport Historic Area At one time known as West Macedon, Wayneport was the first port in Wayne County east of Rochester on the original Clinton's Ditch. The first post office in Macedon was located here. On the south side of . . . Map (db m117596) HM
55New York (Wayne County), Macedon — 379 — Wilcoxen Home
Wilcoxen Home Ella S. Wilcoxen 1865-1933 First female graduate of University of Rochester 1901. Teacher & religious worker. Lifelong community resident. Map (db m126142) HM
56New York (Wayne County), Marion — First Log House
First Log House in Marion was erected on this site in 1795 by Henry Lovell Map (db m117726) HM
57New York (Wayne County), Marion — First Tavern
1800 First Tavern kept in Marion was located on this site. Map (db m117723) HM
58New York (Wayne County), Marion — Former POW Camp
Site of Former POW Camp The camp housed 70 to 80 German prisoners during World War II July 23, 1945 - December 2, 1945 Map (db m117731) HM
59New York (Wayne County), Marion — G.A.R.-W.R.C. memorialFrom Fort Sumter to Appomattox. — Fraternity, Charity, Loyalty, G.A.R. —
(Front): Erected as a memorial to the soldiers & and sailors of the town of Marion by Love F. Seymour in memory of her grandparents Eli & Margaret Green (Right Side): 1861 Let us have peace Grant 1865 (Back):With . . . Map (db m45181) HM
60New York (Wayne County), Marion — Marion
Marion Settled in 1795-6 by pioneers from Rhode Island and Massachusetts, was organized as a town April 15, 1826 Map (db m117724) HM
61New York (Wayne County), Marion — Old Post Road
Marks Old Post Road from Canandaigua to Pultneyville and also the Old Sodus RoadMap (db m164479) HM
62New York (Wayne County), Marion — This House
This House erected in 1830 was a station of the Underground Railway in the days of slavery. Map (db m117729) HM
63New York (Wayne County), Newark — Arcadia War Memorial
[encircling] Independence, Justice, Liberty [front & back] Arcadia War Memorial, Dedicated to the memory of our soldiers - sailors and marines of all wars World War II Vincent L. Finewood, U.S.A. 1945; Albert N. Fisher, France 1945; Charles J. . . . Map (db m117763) WM
64New York (Wayne County), Newark — In Memory of Those from This Community
In memory of those from this community who served our country, especially those who gave their lives in the ultimate sacrifice. 1950 Korea 1955 Ralph E. Baker, Cpl. Army, KIA 5 May 1951 1961 Vietnam 1975 James A. Marshall, 1Lt. USAF, MIA 18 . . . Map (db m117762) WM
65New York (Wayne County), Newark — 320 — Joseph Miller
Joseph Miller On this site stood the home of Joseph Miller who founded Newark in 1819 and built local section of Erie Canal Ca. 1822. Map (db m117645) HM
66New York (Wayne County), Newark — 323 — Lockville
Lockville Erie Canal hamlet on this site incorporated in 1839 as village of Arcadia. Joined Newark in 1853. Row buildings of the period. Map (db m117646) HM
67New York (Wayne County), Newark — 321 — Mora Motor Car
Mora Motor Car Est. 1906 by Samuel H. Mora. Automobiles manufactured on this site 1908-1911. Hallagan Fine Furniture located here since 1913. Map (db m117647) HM
68New York (Wayne County), Newark — Rear Admiral Leslie E. Gehres
Rear Admiral Leslie E. Gehres Born Newark, NY September 23, 1898. Died May 15, 1975. Dedicated in recognition of Rear Admiral Leslie E. Gehres, leading U.S. naval hero of World War II, for extraordinary heroism as Captain of the aircraft carrier . . . Map (db m117644) WM
69New York (Wayne County), Newark — The Lockville Locks in Newark
The Lockville Locks in Newark Lock 59, about 300 feet away and across Clinton Street was part of the Enlarged Erie Canal, built between 1839 and 1841 in a section of town once known as Upper Lockville. Its two sister locks 58 and 57, were located . . . Map (db m117650) HM
70New York (Wayne County), Ontario — Heritage Corners
On June 5, 1974 the Brick Church, Pease Home, Brick Church School, Ruffell Log Cabin were placed on the National Register. This 19th Century crossroads began in 1834.Map (db m156956) HM
71New York (Wayne County), Ontario Center — Pioneer CemeteryOntario Center Cemetery
Eliza S. Patterson's burial 1827. Veterans of Revoluionary War rest here. Final burial, 1922.Map (db m156945) HM
72New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — A Memorial to All
A memorial to all living and dead who have served in our nation's armed forces. Map (db m117638) WM
73New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Admiral William T. Sampson Memorial
Born in Palmyra, N.Y. Commander North Atlantic Squadron Spanish-American War cannon from Spanish ship 'Almirante Oquendo' Memorial dedicated May 31, 1903Map (db m61355) WM
74New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Creating a Farm
Creating a Farm The Smiths selected property that featured all the resources of a first-rate farm: a year-round source of water, fertile soil, gentle slopes, and mature sugar maple trees interspersed with beech, oak, and other hardwoods. They . . . Map (db m117618) HM
75New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Cumorah
4 mile south Cumorah Famous Mormon Hill and Angel Moroni monument.Map (db m62095) HM
76New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — East Palmyra Church
First to be organized in state, west of pre-emption line, 1793Map (db m164306) HM
77New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Fencing the Land
Fencing the Land The Smiths marked the boundary of their property with large stones gathered while clearing the land. They then built a fence over the stacked stones to keep wandering livestock out of their property. They split thousands of . . . Map (db m117622) HM
78New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — First Church
Site of First Church in Palmyra 1811-1832 land given by General John SwiftMap (db m61353) HM
79New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — First School House
1793 – 1805 First School House in Palmyra built here on land given by General John Swift.Map (db m61352) HM
80New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Grandin Print Shop
Canal Town 1789 Grandin Print Shop Book of Mormon first published here, 1830Map (db m62101) HM
81New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Hill Cumorah Monument
This monument has been erected by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to commemorate the delivering of the Ancient American record known as the "Book of Mormon" to the prophet Joseph Smith on September 22, 1827. The figure on top of the . . . Map (db m62096) HM
82New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — John and Rhoda Swift
1789 John and Rhoda Swift First settlers of Palmyra Log cabin built near here 1st Moderator & Supervisor Militia Captain, FreemasonMap (db m108729) HM
83New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Lake Stone House
Martin Harris’s home was a one-and-a-half story white frame house, which stood on this site. When Martin moved away in 1831, it was occupied by William Chapman. That house burned down in 1849 and was replaced by the present lake-stone house, which . . . Map (db m66072) HM
84New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Martin Harris Farm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints was founded in this area, and Martin Harris was a leading figure in its early history. He helped publish the Book of Mormon. Martin Harris was born 18 May 1783 in Easttown, Saratoga County New York. ln . . . Map (db m66071) HM
85New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Martin Harris Farm
Mortgaged for $3000 in 1829 to provide funds for first publication of the Book of MormonMap (db m66073) HM
86New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — 525 — Palmer Homestead
Noah & Betsey Palmer settled here in 1810. Noah served as Sgt. in Rhode Island militia during Revolutionary War. Later became Baptist deacon.Map (db m140254) HM
87New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Palmyra AreaHistoric New York
Here before the white man came, lived the Cayuga and Seneca Indians. Their displacement after the Revolution, when many went to Canada, opened the land to settlers. Massachusetts which claimed a large portion of western New York sold its holdings to . . . Map (db m62099) HM
88New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Palmyra in History
1822 The Erie Canal was completed to Palmyra 1827 The Village of Palmyra was incorporated 1830 The Book of Mormon was printed in the Grandin Building. 1849 Palmyra held the first fair in New York State. It later became the . . . Map (db m61351) HM
89New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Palmyra War Memorial
Army • Marines • Navy Citizens and patriots come forth and say Thank You to the men and women from Palmyra who served in the armed forces of the United States in time of peace and all wars. Air Force • Coast GuardMap (db m61895) WM
90New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Pioneer Home
Site of Pioneer Home of Gideon Durfee built 1811. Map (db m117633) HM
91New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Rope Walk
Rope Walk Here rope was manufactured in 500 foot lengths, it was used on the Albany Schenectady R.R. Map (db m117634) HM
92New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Sampson House
Sampson House Birthplace of Rear Admiral William T. Sampson 1840-1902. Commander of flagship in the Spanish-American War. Map (db m117632) HM
93New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — The Eight Witnesses
The Eight Witnesses In late 1829 Joseph Smith Jr. gathered a small group of his family and friends to a secluded spot in these woods and showed them the gold plates from which the Book of Mormon was translated. He allowed each of the eight . . . Map (db m117620) HM
94New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — The Log Home
The Log Home In 1818 or 1819 Joseph Smith Sr., his wife Lucy Mack Smith, and their eight children moved from Palmyra Village to Stafford Road just north of the 100 acres they planned to acquire. They built a log home and outbuildings in his site . . . Map (db m117617) HM
95New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — The Sacred Grove
The Sacred Grove In the spring of 1820, Joseph Smith entered this remnant of an ancient forest to kneel in prayer. The vision he beheld of God the Father and His Son Jesus Christ initiated the restoration to the earth of the fulness of the . . . Map (db m117619) HM
96New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — This House
Built by Pliny Sexton in 1827 was a station of the Underground Railway in the days of slavery.Map (db m62100) HM
97New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — This Tank
This tank is a memorial to the men and women of the Palmyra area who answered their country's call. Dedicated in memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice. Because of them our lives are free. Because of them our nation lives! United . . . Map (db m117642) WM
98New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — Towpath and Aqueduct / Father of the Iron Bridge
Towpath and Aqueduct The Palmyra-Macedon Aqueduct has worn the years well judging from the engineer's drawings below. The arched towpath, still completely intact, spans Ganargua Creek as it has for almost 150 years while the massive . . . Map (db m117615) HM
99New York (Wayne County), Palmyra — World War I Mortar
(German/Minnie/Woerfer) Given by the U.S. War Department as a war trophy in memory of Palmyra servicemen who gave their lives during America's participation in World War I (1917-1918)Map (db m63986) WM
100New York (Wayne County), Pultneyville — 100 Years of Dramatics
On June 21, 1867, The Pultneyville lyceum staged its first entertainment in this building. Under the supervision of Prof. Lewis H. Clark 22 men and women of this village "Acquitted themselves with great credit." The money raised from the . . . Map (db m79595) HM

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