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Historical Markers in Champlain, New York

 
Clickable Map of Clinton 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 Clinton County, NY (140) Essex County, NY (213) Franklin County, NY (61) Chittenden County, VT (139) Grand Isle County, VT (16)  ClintonCounty(140) Clinton County (140)  EssexCounty(213) Essex County (213)  FranklinCounty(61) Franklin County (61)  ChittendenCountyVermont(139) Chittenden County (139)  GrandIsleCounty(16) Grand Isle County (16)
Plattsburgh is the county seat for Clinton County
Champlain is in Clinton County
      Clinton County (140)  
ADJACENT TO CLINTON COUNTY
      Essex County (213)  
      Franklin County (61)  
      Chittenden County, Vermont (139)  
      Grand Isle County, Vermont (16)  
 
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1New York (Clinton County), Champlain — First School
In the first school which stood near this site Dr. William Beaumont surgeon and physiologist was schoolmaster, 1807-10.Map (db m106843) HM
2New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Jehudi Ashmun
Site of the birthplace of Jehudi Ashmun, April 21, 1794. First colonization agent at Liberia, Africa, 1822-1828.Map (db m106844) HM
3New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Pliny Moore House
In 1789, Revolutionary War veteran Pliny Moore (1759-1822) settled Champlain after being awarded land by the State of New York. In 1801 he built a Federal-style frame house similar to the one standing today. Moore was the first judge and postmaster . . . Map (db m177320) HM
4New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Point au Fer Historic Site
This wasn't always the quiet, peaceful place you find today. Point au Fer was once an important strategic military post. The northern half of Lake Champlain used to be controlled by the French. On June 6, 1760, during the French and Indian War . . . Map (db m48732) HM
5New York (Clinton County), Champlain — Site of Burying Yard
In which was interred Lt-Col Benjamin Forsyth killed at Odelltown, L. C. June 28, 1814Map (db m177371) HM
6New York (Clinton County), Champlain — 355 — St. Mary's Academy
1906-2012. Daughter of the Charity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus sailed from France in 1905 to start the Academy. "Tout pour la gloire de Dieu"Map (db m132721) HM
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7New York (Clinton County), Champlain — The "White House"
In 1774, a two-story white stone garrison was built here by the British, fortified by American Gen. John Sullivan with entrenchment and stockade in 1776 and destroyed by fire in 1805. British occupation 1774 - 1775 and 1776-1796. American . . . Map (db m49069) HM
 
 
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Sep. 28, 2022