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Historical Markers in Cohocton, New York
Bath is the county seat for Steuben County
Cohocton is in Steuben County Steuben County (100) ► ADJACENT TO STEUBEN COUNTY Allegany County (55) ► Chemung County (107) ► Livingston County (157) ► Ontario County (157) ► Schuyler County (30) ► Yates County (37) ► Potter County, Pennsylvania (30) ► Tioga County, Pennsylvania (41) ►
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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
Founded October 8, 1809 by Abijah Warren
Third church organized in Old Bath Presbytery. — — Map (db m43983) HM
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
has been placed on the
National Register of Historic Places in 1989
by The United States Department of the Interior — — Map (db m174897) HM
Dec. 10, 2022