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Historical Markers in Boonville, New York
Utica is the county seat for Oneida County
Boonville is in Oneida County
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|Site of Lock 71, Summit Level; 710 feet above Rome; from here water flowed north to St Lawrence, south to Mohawk. State Education Department 1938 — — Map (db m137974) HM|
| Site of the once famous five combines - world's record for number of canal locks; canal has 109 locks in 35 miles of waterway. — — Map (db m167189) HM|
|Settled 1795, named for Gerrit Boon, native of Leyden, Holland, agent of Holland Land Co., town formed 1805, village incorporated 1855. — — Map (db m96258) HM|
|Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 by the United States Department of the Interior William G. Pomeroy Foundation 2013 — — Map (db m137976) HM|
|Society organized 1805 Present edifice built 1855-56 Re-dedicated 1955 State Education Department 1955 — — Map (db m137987) HM|
Born in town of Boonville.
Best known for 1936 classic
"Drums Along the Mohawk" — — Map (db m96257) HM|
|First used as a school, later bought with large tract of land by John G. Post. Passed from family in 1905. Oneida County D.P.W. 1969 — — Map (db m137980) HM|
by architect A.J. Lanthrop
for the Clark Dodge family.
Sold in 1894 to the
Charles Walter Pratt family. — — Map (db m96256) HM|
Oct. 5, 2022