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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Ellery, New York
Location of Ellery, New York
► Chautauqua County (224) ► Cattaraugus County (71) ► Erie County (562) ► Erie County, Pennsylvania (206) ► Warren County, Pennsylvania (29)
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|Cornelius Zeestraten purchased this land in 1938 to expand his commercial flower-growing enterprise that began operation in Greenhurst in 1917. — — Map (db m172775) HM|
| Farming and Industrial Development Ice harvesting on the county's lakes provided employment for farmers in the winter months. This ice was stored in large warehouses, and straw provided insulation to keep it intact even during the summer. . . . — — Map (db m122285) HM|
|At this site on lands he acquired in 1809 Wm. Barrows built a tavern which was a welcome stop along the old Chautauqua Road. — — Map (db m172782) HM|
| The Land Around Us Farmhouse/Settlement Courtesy: Fenton History Center, Jamestown, N.Y. By the end of the 1700's the Holland Land Company was operating in western New York, including Chautauqua County. The first permanent European . . . — — Map (db m117555) HM|
| Transportation Bemus Point/Stow Ferry Courtesy: Fenton History Center, Jamestown, N.Y. Flat boats made from locally cut timber carries goods from Chautauqua Lake to the country's interior. the Bemus Point-Stow Ferry began operating in . . . — — Map (db m117562) HM|
|Town of Ellery Veterans Memorial. Dedicated in memory of all American veterans for their sacrifice so that we may live in freedom. — — Map (db m172777) WM|
|Walter was raised in Bemus Point. Walter first hit the sports page headlines with no less than eight no-hit performances as a Bemus Point High School pitcher. He graduated Bemus Point High School in 1933. Walter continued his baseball career with . . . — — Map (db m172781) HM|
| What Does "Chautauqua" Mean? Chautauqua Institution Courtesy: Fenton History Center, Jamestown, N.Y. The term "Chautauqua" has come to be associated with the Chautauqua Movement which grew from the county's own Chautauqua Institution. The . . . — — Map (db m117561) HM|