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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Steuben County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Steuben 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 Steuben County, NY (100) Allegany County, NY (56) Chemung County, NY (107) Livingston County, NY (159) Ontario County, NY (157) Schuyler County, NY (30) Yates County, NY (37) Potter County, PA (30) Tioga County, PA (41)  SteubenCounty(100) Steuben County (100)  AlleganyCounty(56) Allegany County (56)  ChemungCounty(107) Chemung County (107)  LivingstonCounty(159) Livingston County (159)  OntarioCounty(157) Ontario County (157)  SchuylerCounty(30) Schuyler County (30)  YatesCounty(37) Yates County (37)  PotterCountyPennsylvania(30) Potter County (30)  TiogaCounty(41) Tioga County (41)
Bath is the county seat for Steuben County
Adjacent to Steuben County, New York
      Allegany County (56)  
      Chemung County (107)  
      Livingston County (159)  
      Ontario County (157)  
      Schuyler County (30)  
      Yates County (37)  
      Potter County, Pennsylvania (30)  
      Tioga County, Pennsylvania (41)  
 
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1New York, Steuben County, Addison — Church of the Redeemer
On Wall Street at Wombaugh Square, on the left when traveling south on Wall Street.
Organized 1854-built 1859 consecrated April 5, 1860 by Bishop William DeLancey First rector Robert N. Parke Architect Harold McGrathMap (db m168752) HM
2New York, Steuben County, Addison — 409 — Maple Street Historic District
On Wall Street (County Road 1) just north of Wombaugh Square, on the right when traveling north.
Maple Street Historic District has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m198445) HM
3New York, Steuben County, Addison — Northrup Hill School District 10
On Learn Road at South Road, on the right when traveling west on Learn Road.
Northrup Hill School District 10 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m157175) HM
4New York, Steuben County, Addison — Old Village Hall
On South Street at Tuscarora Street (New York State Route 417), on the right when traveling south on South Street.
The old village hall, stood on this site from 1907 until 1994. Listed on the Historic Register, it faithfully served as a center of public services and entertainmentMap (db m168750) HM
5New York, Steuben County, Addison — The Forbidden Trail
On Wall Street at Wombaugh Square, on the left when traveling south on Wall Street.
The part of the Great Iroquois Trail system runing from Tioga Point (Athens) westward through the heart of Seneca Territory was called the “Forbidden Trail.” As keepers of the western door of the Iroquois Confederacy, the Senecas, for . . . Map (db m168754) HM
6New York, Steuben County, Arkport — Hurlbut House
On New Main Street (New York State Route 36) 0.1 miles south of Oliver Street, on the right when traveling north.
Built by Christopher Hurlbut between 1804 and 1806 and was used as a home and a tavern. One of the oldest frame houses in Steuben County.Map (db m76112) HM
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7New York, Steuben County, Atlanta — 869 — Wetmore Bros.
On Wayland Street (New York State Route 21) at University Avenue (County Road 39), on the right when traveling east on Wayland Street.
General Store built 1873 by Nelson A. Wetmore. Owned by Wolfanger & Pierce 1898-1923, later named Wolfanger Store. Renovated & reopened 2015.Map (db m198454) HM
8New York, Steuben County, Avoca — 42 — Eight Mile Tree
On S Main St, on the right when traveling north.
In 1794 a tree was marked near here to measure the distance from Bath to Avoca as land was surveyed and divided by Phelps & CorhamMap (db m178119) HM
9New York, Steuben County, Bath — A National Cemetery System
Civil War Dead An estimated 700,000 Union and Confederate soldiers died in the Civil War between April 1861 and April 1865. As the death toll rose, the U.S. government struggled with the urgent but unplanned need to bury fallen Union troops. . . . Map (db m154121) HM
10New York, Steuben County, Bath — Address by President LincolnAt the Dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery — November 19, 1863 —
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, . . . Map (db m154105) HM WM
11New York, Steuben County, Bath — Bath National Cemetery
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home In 1872, the New York legislature passed an unfunded bill to create the New York Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. The Grand Army of the Republic, a Union Army veterans group, raised money to construct the . . . Map (db m154122) HM
12New York, Steuben County, Bath — Bath Theatre
On West Steuben Street at West Morris Street, on the left when traveling west on West Steuben Street.
Built here at Stocum Point in 1796 by Colonel Williamson. Theatre prompted critic to condem Bath as ‘cesspool of iniquity.’Map (db m78479) HM
13New York, Steuben County, Bath — Civil War Memorial
In memory of the Soldiers and Sailors of the War for the Preservation of the Union who died in the New York State Soldiers and Sailors Home ————————— Erected with . . . Map (db m154106) WM
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14New York, Steuben County, Bath — Civil War Memorial
In memory of the Veterans of the Civil War 1861 — 1865 this plot is dedicated for the future observance of Memorial Day ————— These men lived that a government of the people, by the . . . Map (db m154131) HM WM
15New York, Steuben County, Bath — Civil War Memorial
On Geneva Street (New York State Route 54) at Liberty Street/Haverling Street, on the left when traveling north on Geneva Street.
In memory of the men from this town who laid down their lives for their country, during the War of the Rebellion. 1861 — 1865 Erected by voluntary contributions of the Citizens of Bath. 1882 Antietam • Gettysburg • Atlanta • . . . Map (db m154139) WM
16New York, Steuben County, Bath — Davenport Fountain
On Morris Street at Pine Street, on the left when traveling west on Morris Street.
This marble fountain was donated by Katherine Sharpe Davenport in memory of her husband the Hon. Ira Davenport (1841-1904) Public Servant and BenefactorMap (db m154104) HM
17New York, Steuben County, Bath — First Marine Division War MemorialSemper-Fidelis
Dedicated to those men of the First Marine Division, FMF who gave their lives in the service of their country World War II Korea Vietnam Southwest AsiaMap (db m154109) WM
18New York, Steuben County, Bath — Gallows Hill
On Geneva Street, on the right when traveling north.
Robert A Douglas was hung here April 29, 1825 before a crowd of 10,000. Today’s laws likely would not have convicted him of murderMap (db m105859) HM
19New York, Steuben County, Bath — Grove Cemetery
On Morris Street east of Campbell Street, on the right when traveling east.
Established in 1843 by St. Thomas Episcopal Church on land donated by William W and Sarah McCay. Incorporated in 1921.Map (db m154134) HM
20New York, Steuben County, Bath — 261 — John Magee House
On Cohocton Street east of Railroad Avenue, on the left when traveling east.
Pioneer in coal, railroads, highways, canals, banking. Sheriff & U.S. Congressman. This home served as Davenport Library 1893-1999.Map (db m154103) HM
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21New York, Steuben County, Bath — Metcalfe House
On West Morris Street at Ark Street, on the right when traveling west on West Morris Street.
John Metcalfe built tavern here of pitch pine logs in 1793, then "Center of Life' of early Bath, later named The Spread Eagle.Map (db m136685) HM
22New York, Steuben County, Bath — Pioneer Burial Ground
On West Steuben Street just west of Exchange Street, on the right.
Established in 1793 by Col. Charles Williamson For his little daughter who died of Genesee Fever Village of BathMap (db m58666) HM
23New York, Steuben County, Bath — Pulteney Square
On East Steuben Street (New York State Route 415) west of Pulteney Square East.
Here in 1793 was made the first clearing in Steuben County by Col. Charles Williamson founder of BathMap (db m43965) HM
24New York, Steuben County, Bath — Site of First Hospital
On East Morris Street at Lackawanna Street, on the right when traveling east on East Morris Street.
Pulteney Land Office here 1793. Brick Land Office Bldg (1867) was Bath Hospital 1910 to 1916. Razed 1920Map (db m136687) HM
25New York, Steuben County, Bath — To Mark the First Clearing in Steuben County
• Made in 1793 by • Col. Charles Williamson Founder of Bath • And • First Agent of the Pulteney EstateMap (db m136682) HM
26New York, Steuben County, Bath — Veterans Memorial
On East Pulteney Square south of Steuben Street (New York State Route 415), on the left when traveling south.
Steuben County honors our men and women of the U. S. Armed Forces past and presentMap (db m154093) WM
27New York, Steuben County, Bath — Veterans Memorial
On Liberty Street (New York State Route 415) at Washington Street (New York State Route 54), on the right when traveling north on Liberty Street.
. . . Map (db m154140) WM
28New York, Steuben County, Bath — Veterans Memorial
On New York State Route 54, on the right when traveling north.
In memory and honor of all Steuben County VeteransMap (db m154141) WM
29New York, Steuben County, Bath — War Memorial
In honor of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service to the United States of America and the families they left behind. The sacrifice will not be forgotten.Map (db m154127) WM
30New York, Steuben County, Cameron — Averell Hill
On Bath Cameron Road (County Road 10) at Averill Road (County Road 10A), on the right when traveling north on Bath Cameron Road.
Birthplace of William Woods Averell Major General, U.S.A. Noted cavalry leader of the Civil WarMap (db m178057) HM
31New York, Steuben County, Canisteo — French Occupation
On East Main St (New York State Route 36) at Maple Street on East Main St.
Here in 1690 Sieur de Villiers and Abbe Fenelon discovered a settlement, erected a cross, and planted the flag of France.Map (db m171113) HM
32New York, Steuben County, Canisteo — Kanestio Castle
On East Main St (New York State Route 36) at South Main Street on East Main St.
Indian village burned 1764 by Capt. Andrew Montour and a provincial forceMap (db m171111) HM
33New York, Steuben County, Cohocton — Cohocton ValleyHistoric New York
Near South Main Street (New York State Route 415) 0.4 miles south of Mill Street, on the left when traveling south.
Seneca Indians inhabited this area until 1779 when their towns and cornfields were destroyed by the Sullivan-Clinton expedition, forcing a migration to Niagara. After the Revolution these lands were included in the Pulteney Purchase of one million . . . Map (db m56845) HM
34New York, Steuben County, Cohocton — First Presbyterian Church
On Maple Avenue at Church Avenue on Maple Avenue.
Founded October 8, 1809 by Abijah Warren
Third church organized in Old Bath Presbytery.Map (db m43983) HM
35New York, Steuben County, Cohocton — 397 — Larrowe Cemetery
On South Main Street, on the left when traveling north.
Est. 1863 on John B. Larrowe farm. Albertus Larrowe II, 1826-1899, founder Larrowe Milling Co., & other family members interred here.Map (db m132737) HM
36New York, Steuben County, Cohocton — Larrowe House
On S Main St (New York State Route 415), on the right when traveling south.
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 by The United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m174897) HM
37New York, Steuben County, Corning — “Little Joe” Thermometer Draw TowerCorning
On Chestnut Street north of W Market Street, on the right when traveling north.
The old thermometer draw tower stands as a monument to Corning’s technology leadership. When built in 1912, the tower represented a great step forward in tubing production technology – the vertical draw. Before Corning introduced the . . . Map (db m143954) HM
38New York, Steuben County, Corning — Achsinessink(“Stone Upon Stone”) — 900 Yards East →   —
On Center Way (New York State Route 414) at Corning Boulevard, on the right when traveling south on Center Way.
Delaware Indian town—1750’s–1764. Site of 1760 Indian conference with Moravian agents, Christian F. Post and John Hays about the “forbidden path.”Map (db m79380) HM
39New York, Steuben County, Corning — At This Location an Alliance of Prosperity was Formed1868–2001
Near East Tioga Avenue near Cedar Street / Centerway (New York State Route 414).
During the 150th anniversary of Corning Incorporated’s history in the year 2001 our community presents this David Dowler Sculpture commemorating the 1868 unloading of the company’s first machinery at this site. Thus began an alliance with the . . . Map (db m80028) HM
40New York, Steuben County, Corning — Benjamin Patterson Inn
On West Pulteney Street (State Highway 415) at Wallace Street, on the right when traveling west on West Pulteney Street.
1796 Painted Post Tavern Built by Chas. Williamson, Pulteney Land Ass'n Agent- named in 1976 for the first innkeeper, Benjamin Patterson.Map (db m33214) HM
41New York, Steuben County, Corning — Brown's Cigar Store
On West Market Street just west of Pine Street, on the left when traveling west.
Built in the late 1870’s, the building housing Brown’s Cigar Store is one of the oldest on Market Street. It is designed in the Victorian Gothic style with contrasting brick work highlighting the architectural features. The Cigar Store storefront . . . Map (db m175754) HM
42New York, Steuben County, Corning — Canfield Parkcorning new york
On Walnut Street at 2nd Street, on the right when traveling north on Walnut Street.
Block 66, set aside by the Corning Co. in 1840 as a public square, has housed a school, churches, and courthouses. Constructed from 1905-1909, the popularly known Courthouse Park was renamed Canfield Park in 1944, in honor of the city engineer who . . . Map (db m91095) HM
43New York, Steuben County, Corning — Centerway Bridge
Near Pine Street, 0.2 miles north of E Tioga Street, on the left when traveling north.
1921 Year the Bridge was Completed 92.3’ Each Arch Span Length 752’ Total Bridge Length 41’ Each Arch length This bridge was built in 1921, when Warren G. Harding was president of the United States. It closed to motor vehicles in 1981, . . . Map (db m144164) HM
44New York, Steuben County, Corning — City of Corning
On Cedar Street (New York State Route 414) at Denison Parkway East (New York State Route 352), on the right when traveling north on Cedar Street.
Erastus Corning and others began a community here in 1835. It incorporated as a village in 1848 and as a city in 1890.Map (db m33218) HM
45New York, Steuben County, Corning — Concert Hall Block — Corning’s Gaffer District —
On East Market Street at Pine Street, on the right when traveling east on East Market Street.
Built in 1851, this building, one of the oldest on Market Street, has been substantially altered from its original three storied Greek Revival style. It is constructed of brick and is one of the few buildings surviving the disastrous fires of the . . . Map (db m79959) HM
46New York, Steuben County, Corning — Corning Centennial SculptureGeorge Greenamyer, Artist
On Wall Street at Market Street, on the right when traveling north on Wall Street.
Corning was a railroad town well into the 1900’s beginning with the corning-Blossburg Railroad in 1839. In 1849 the Erie Railroad was built through the village. In 1881 the DL&W came to Corning via Gibson and the Northside. The Corning-Blossburg . . . Map (db m80064) HM
47New York, Steuben County, Corning — Corning Free Academycirca 1922
On 3rd Street at Pine Street, on the right when traveling west on 3rd Street.
Historic Structure of Corning's Southside NeighborhoodMap (db m91103) HM
48New York, Steuben County, Corning — Courthouse Park
On 1st Street west of Pine Street, on the left when traveling west.
Given by the Corning Co. this land, first the Public Square, then Canfield Park, has hosted a school, parks, churches, and a courthouse.Map (db m91106) HM
49New York, Steuben County, Corning — Denison Park
On Park Avenue (New York State Route 225) at Cohocton Street, on the left when traveling south on Park Avenue.
. . . Map (db m154248) HM
50New York, Steuben County, Corning — Ecker Drug Store — Corning’s Gaffer District —
On East Market Street at Cedar Street, on the right when traveling west on East Market Street.
The third floor of this 1885 building served as a large dance hall where Irene and Vernon Castle, darlings of the Dance Mode in America during 1914–1915, became a weekly feature. In 1965, the exterior of this building was completely . . . Map (db m80026) HM
51New York, Steuben County, Corning — Erie Avenue
On Denison Parkway East (State Highway 352) at Cedar Street, on the right when traveling west on Denison Parkway East.
In 1849 the Erie RR began running through Corning on this street, then called Erie Avenue. The tracks were removed in 1952.Map (db m33215) HM
52New York, Steuben County, Corning — First Presbyterian Church
On Pine Street at 1st Street, on the left when traveling south on Pine Street.
Organized August 19, 1812, this structure, constructed of local stone in 1867, is the oldest church building in Corning.Map (db m91107) HM
53New York, Steuben County, Corning — Frederick Carder Home
On 5th Street at Pine Street, on the right when traveling west on 5th Street.
F. Carder (1863-1963) Co-founder Steuben Glass Works in 1903 and became a community leader and world-famous glass maker.Map (db m91104) HM
54New York, Steuben County, Corning — Galvin and Haines InsuranceWilliam’s Block — Corning’s Gaffer District —
On East Market Street just west of Cedar Street, on the right when traveling west.
This building, which houses Galvin and Haines Insurance Company, is extraordinarily elaborate in its fine terra cotta detailing—most notably the famous “Owl of Market Street,” perched on top of the pedimented cornice. Known . . . Map (db m80017) HM
55New York, Steuben County, Corning — Market Street Historic DistrictCenterway Square — Corning’s Gaffer District —
On West Market Street at Pine Street, on the right when traveling west on West Market Street.
In recognition of its historical and architectural importance, Market Street has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The street is composed of fine examples of late 19th Century commercial buildings rehabilitated as part of a . . . Map (db m79989) HM
56New York, Steuben County, Corning — The Rockwell MuseumCorning’s Old City Hall
On Denison Parkway East west of Cedar Street, on the right when traveling west.
The Rockwell is housed in Corning’s Old City Hall. It was completed in 1893 and is a notable example of American Romanesque Revival architecture. In the late 19th century, this was a popular style of civic architecture seen throughout the nation. . . . Map (db m144289) HM
57New York, Steuben County, Corning — The Southern Tier Roller MillsErected in 1879 — Restored 1974 — Memorial House —
On W. Market Street at Walnut Street, on the right when traveling west on W. Market Street.
The Southern Tier Roller Mills maintained operations here until 1918. Eight years later the building was purchased by the Corning Glass Works and in 1930 became the club house for employee recreational facilities. After these activities were . . . Map (db m66258) HM
58New York, Steuben County, Corning — Veterans Memorial
On Cohocton Street (New York State Route 225) at 1st Street, on the left when traveling south on Cohocton Street.
In memory of those who served their country during the War for the Preservation of the Union 1861 — 1865 Fort Sumter • Antietam Gettysburg • Appomattox ————————— The City . . . Map (db m154244) WM
59New York, Steuben County, Corning — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all Veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces with devotion, loyalty, honor, and their determination to preserve freedom "Freedom Is Not Free" [Armed Services Emblems]Map (db m154249) WM
60New York, Steuben County, Greenwood — Greenwood Community Memorial
On Main Street (New York State Route 248) at Andover Street, on the left when traveling north on Main Street.
To Honor Our Veterans and Firemen Who Keep Us Free And Safe To Remember The Service And Sacrifices Of Our Citizens To All We Extend Everlasting Gratitude Dedicated August 28, 2010 Left Tablet In honor . . . Map (db m168961) WM
61New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 1878-1930 Larger Than LifeThe Glenn H. Curtiss Heritage Trail
On South Valley Road at Cemetary Road, on the right when traveling east on South Valley Road.
1878-1930 This modest cemetery is the final resting place of Hammondsport native Glenn Hammond Curtiss, an American hero. Glenn Curtiss was a man who liked to go fast. His personal quest for speed began with building and racing bicycles . . . Map (db m70029) HM
62New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 1900 - 1904 Two Wheels on the GroundThe Glenn H. Curtiss Heritage Trail
On Pulteney St (Route 54A) at Park Place, on the right when traveling east on Pulteney St.
1900 - 1904 Glen Curtiss found his first success in the bicycle business. Bicycle racer and mechanical whiz, Glenn Curtiss, opened his first shop in 1900, directly across the street from where you are now standing. Here Curtiss repaired and . . . Map (db m69912) HM
63New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 1906 - 1916 Floating and FlyingThe Glenn H. Curtiss Heritage Trail
Near Main Street (New York State Route 54A) 0.2 miles north of New York State Route 54.
Some of America's earliest aircraft took to the air over Kingsley Flats In 1904 "Captain T.S. Baldwin from California purchased a Curtiss motorcycle engine to power his experimental dirigible airship. Two years later, Baldwin moved his . . . Map (db m136683) HM
64New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 1908 An Astonishing SightThe Glenn H. Curtiss Heritage Trail
Near Pleasant Valley Road.
1908 When Glenn Curtiss flew the June Bug here in Pleasant Valley on July 4, 1908, he made American aviation history. With Curtiss at the controls, the June Bug rose into the air, leveled off at a height of about 40 feet, and . . . Map (db m70114) HM
65New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 1911 - 1916 Wings Over the WaterThe Glenn H. Curtiss Heritage Trail
On New York State Route 54, 0.5 miles east of Main Street (New York State Route 54A), on the left when traveling east.
Beginning in 1911, Glenn Curtiss test-flew his pioneering seaplances and flying boats from this beach. By 1911 Curtiss had already built a working seaplane that made water takeoffs and landings on pontoons. But the secret to making a . . . Map (db m154159) HM
66New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 780 — B&H R.R. Depot
On Water Street at William Street, on the right when traveling north on Water Street.
Bath & Hammondsport Railroad est. 1875, replaced stagecoach line. Depot built 1877. Steamboats transported passengers across Keuka Lake.Map (db m178053) HM
67New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 778 — Champlin House
On Shethar Street west of Water Street, on the right when traveling west.
Built prior to 1863. Home of Charles D. Champlin, miller, farmer, businessman & a principal organizer of Pleasant Valley Wine Co.Map (db m178055) HM
68New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Cradle of Aviation
Near New York State Route 54.
Here Glenn H. Curtiss Piloted "The June Bug" July 4, 1908 First Kilometer Flight Map (db m69851) HM
69New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Glenn Curtiss
On Clarence w. Taylor Park Road, on the right when traveling west.
In this field was made the first preannounced flight by airplane on July 4, 1908.Map (db m156760) HM
70New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Glenn H. Curtiss
On New York State Route 54, on the right when traveling south.
Born Hammondsport 1878 early maker of motorcycle and airplane engines - flew successfully airplanes and hydroplanes here 1908-1911 Map (db m69813) HM
71New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Glenn Hammond Curtiss
Near Cemetary Road (New York State Route 54).
Born in Hammondsport N.Y. May 21, 1878 His many accomplishments include: the first water-cooled aeronautical engine; the first seaplane; invention of the first aileron, and the first flying school. After obtaining the first aviator’s license, he . . . Map (db m105860) HM
72New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Glenn Hammond CurtissFather of Naval Aviation
On New York State Route 54, 0.5 miles east of Main Street (New York State Route 54A), on the left when traveling east.
Born - May 21, 1878 Hammondsport, NY Died - July 23, 1930 Buffalo, NY Buried - July 25, 1930 Hammondsport, NY 1907 - "Fastest Man on Earth" 1908 - Hammondsport - Center of American aerial activity 1909 - Won Gordon Bennett Trophy for . . . Map (db m154157) HM
73New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Into the World of Aviation1904-1918
On Shethar Street at Pulteney Street, on the left when traveling west on Shethar Street.
The American aviation industry had its beginnings in the Curtiss factory once located on this site. On this hillside stood the family home where Glenn and Lena Curtiss moved after their marriage in 1898. Curtiss built a small factory behind . . . Map (db m178058) HM
74New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Mallory Mill
On Pulteney Street at Reservoir Hill Road, on the right when traveling west on Pulteney Street.
Built 1835-1836 by Meredith Mallory of Yates Co. for $30,000. There were 3 combined overshot and pitchback water wheels inside building.Map (db m168845) HM
75New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — 327 — Pulteney Square
On Liberty Place at Pulteney Street (New York State Route 54A), on the left when traveling east on Liberty Place.
Pulteney Square has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m168966) HM
76New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Town of Urbana Civil War Monument
On Lake Street at Liberty Park, on the left when traveling west on Lake Street.
. . . Map (db m168963) WM
77New York, Steuben County, Hammondsport — Vertical Flight Heritage SitePioneering Vertical Flight in America — Hammondsport, New York, 1908 —
Near Main Street (New York State Route 54A) 0.2 miles north of New York State Route 54.
Between January and May 1908, John Newton Williams, demonstrated rotary wing test rigs at this site, known as Kingsley Flats, marking one of the first significant efforts to develop a helicopter in the United States. Powered by an engine designed . . . Map (db m136684) HM
78New York, Steuben County, Hornell — 489 — Anna Cadogan Etz1863-1953
On Genesee Street at Hakes Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Genesee Street.
Speeches & news columns helped women obtain right to vote in NY State. Lifelong Hornell resident.Map (db m132671) HM
79New York, Steuben County, Hornell — Hornellsville Veterans Memorial
On Seneca Street at Broadway Mall, on the right when traveling west on Seneca Street.
east marker front In memory of veterans of the Civil War 1861 - 1865 from Hornellsville N.Y. area in our country's service. east marker inside In memory of veterans of World War II from Hornellsville N.Y. area in our country's . . . Map (db m76111) WM
80New York, Steuben County, Hornell — 600 — Ruth Law
On Seneca St at Mays Ave, on the right when traveling south on Seneca St.
On Nov. 19, 1916, set American record for longest non-stop flight to date. Flew plane from Chicago to this site, formerly Hornell Fairgrounds.Map (db m156940) HM
81New York, Steuben County, Hornellsville — Oldest House in Steuben County
On McBurney Road at Magee Road on McBurney Road.
Erected 1797 by Col. James McBurney. A probable station of Underground Railway.Map (db m114597) HM
82New York, Steuben County, Kanona — Worker’s Memorial
Near Southern Tier Expressway (Interstate 86) 3 miles west of Washington Street Exit 38, on the right when traveling west.
New York State Department of Transportation Worker’s Memorial For those employees of Region-6 who have been killed in the line of duty. A reminder of their dedicated service to this Department and for the safety of the people who . . . Map (db m146210) HM
83New York, Steuben County, Lindley — 303 — Colonel Lindsley
On County Route 115, on the right when traveling north.
Burying ground est. 1794 Revolutionary War veterans buried here. Col. Eleazer Lindsley, Dr. Ezekiel Mulford Captain John Seelye Map (db m128007) HM
84New York, Steuben County, North Cohocton — 764 — Old Clearview .
On Wayland Street (New York State Route 21), on the right when traveling west.
Burials as early as 1817. Revolutionary War and War of 1812 veterans buried here from 1826 to 1882.Map (db m170872) HM WM
85New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Civil War Memorial1861 - 1865 — Grand Army of the Republic —
On Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417) at Chemung Street, on the left when traveling north on Hamilton Street.
To the Soldier Dead of the Town of Erwin Erected A.D. 1913 Their deeds are held in grateful memory Infantry 23rd. N.Y. — 112th. N.Y. 74th. N.Y. — 141st. N.Y. 86th. N.Y. — 161st. N.Y. 107th. N.Y. — . . . Map (db m91083) HM
86New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Native American
On Victory Highway (New York State Route 415) 0.1 miles east of Naylor Lane, on the right when traveling east.
people managed this land by fire and succession which is still evident today in the Oak and Walnut trees found together in this location.Map (db m198458) HM
87New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Painted Post Memorial
On Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417) at Water Street, on the left when traveling north on Hamilton Street.
During the Colonial period the valleys of the Chemung River tributaries comprised the domain of the Senecas. This unit of the Iroquois Confederacy was called a door of the Six Nations through which passed communications with the west & the south. . . . Map (db m91091) HM
88New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton1779
On Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417) at Chemung Street, on the right when traveling north on Hamilton Street.
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 m91110) HM
89New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Sullivan-Clinton CampaignThe Final Episode
On U.S. 15, on the right when traveling south.
The Final Episode of the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign was the advance of Col. Van Cortland's Brigade up the Canisteo River to this area two miles beyond the Tory-Indian town of Painted Post, burned by Capt. Simon Spaulding's Riflemen September 28, . . . Map (db m32796) HM
90New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — The First Baptist Church of Painted PostBuilt 1860 - 1915
On Water Street west of Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417), on the right when traveling west.
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m91061) HM
91New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Treaty of Painted PostJuly 1791
On Water Street west of Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417), on the left when traveling west.
Col. Timothy Pickering, commissioner appointed by President Washington, negotiated the Treaty of Painted Post with the Iroquois Indians, which ended warfare between the Six Nations and the white settlers in New York State. Dedicated: June 11, . . . Map (db m91059) HM
92New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — Village of Painted Post Comeback '72 Urban Renewal Project
On Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417) at Water Street, on the left when traveling north on Hamilton Street.
Dedication This [Painted Post Memorial] monument is dedicated to the Village of Painted Post and its Citizens in recognition of their courageous and determined recovery from the destruction wrought by Tropical Storm Agnes on June 23, . . . Map (db m91092) HM
93New York, Steuben County, Painted Post — World War Memorial Park5 Aug. 1930
On Hamilton Street (New York State Route 417) at Chemung Street, on the left when traveling north on Hamilton Street.
Trench Howitzer Mk 11/1918 No. T.W.11557 SheffieldMap (db m91141) WM
94New York, Steuben County, Prattsburgh — 316 — Pioneer Cemetery
On South Main Street.
Established 1806 on land owned by Capt. Joel Pratt, Revolutionary War veteran & founder of Prattsburgh. Buried in this cemetery.Map (db m133060) HM
95New York, Steuben County, Pulteney — Chateau Frank
On Middle Road, 0.3 miles south of Shuart Road, on the right when traveling south.
. . . Map (db m106878) HM
96New York, Steuben County, Urbana — Pleasant ValleyCemetery Association
On New York State Route 54 at Cemetery Road, on the right when traveling west on State Route 54.
Incorporated 1885 Lands purchased from School District #7 1887 and 1933 C.J. Carr Family 1985Map (db m136686) HM
97New York, Steuben County, Urbana — Pleasant Valley War Memorial
Near New York State Route 54 at Cemetery Road.
World War I World War II Korean War Vietnam War All WarsMap (db m136721) WM
98New York, Steuben County, Wayne — Francis M. McDowellDedicated to the Memory of
On New York State Route 230, 0.1 miles east of Keuka Hill Road, on the right when traveling east.
One of the Seven Founders of the National Grange Patrons of Husbandry Located near his burial place by Steuben Co. Pomona Grange and the New York State GrangeMap (db m154149) HM
99New York, Steuben County, Wheeler — Henry Harmon Spalding
On New York State Route 53, on the right when traveling north.
Missionary to Indians of Northwest Territory and pioneer to State of Idaho, born here, Nov, 26, 1803.Map (db m178121) HM
100New York, Steuben County, Wheeler — Site of the Office of Marcus Whitman M.D.1828-1835
On New York State Route 53 at Gardner Road, on the right when traveling north on State Route 53.
Missionary to Cayuse Indians 1836-1847 Patriotic leader in establishing the claim of The United States to Oregon 1842-1844 Martyr of an Indian massacre 1847 His was the first wagon to cross the Rocky MountainsMap (db m178461) HM
 
 
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Jan. 29, 2023