Indian remains excavated in this field were reburied in 1874 at the base of this mysterious mound.The tablet, with poem by the Rev. W.W. Lord was placed over the remains by Mrs. Alfred Corning Clark in 1899.
"The wide land which now is . . . — — Map (db m98406) HM
On This Site Stood
Bvilt By William Cooper,
The Fovnder Of Cooperstown, in 1798.
The Home Of
James Fenimore Cooper
Where He Lived From 1834
To The Day Of His Death
September 14th, 1851.
Destroyed by Fire in . . . — — Map (db m121197) HM
Stone Mason: James Allen
Carpenter: Cyrenius Clark
William Cooper's wedding gift to his daughter Ann and George Pomeroy, druggist.
Under the east eaves, stonemason James Allen
placed their initials: G.A.P.C. (George, . . . — — Map (db m190751) HM
Site of the First
Hall of Fame Induction,
June 12, 1939
* * * * *
Grover Alexander, Ty Cobb,
Eddie Collins, Walter Johnson,
Nap Lajoie, Connie Mack,
Babe Ruth, George Sisler, Tris Speaker, . . . — — Map (db m190749) HM
34-36 Pioneer Street
Federal Townhouse Style
The Tunnicliff Inn was built by Lawrence McNamee and used as a general store for many years. It is one of the oldest brick structures on the village.
Cooperstown . . . — — Map (db m162464) HM