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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Fultonville, New York

 
Clickable Map of Montgomery 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 Montgomery County, NY (198) Fulton County, NY (143) Herkimer County, NY (102) Otsego County, NY (85) Saratoga County, NY (487) Schenectady County, NY (163) Schoharie County, NY (133)  MontgomeryCounty(198) Montgomery County (198)  FultonCounty(143) Fulton County (143)  HerkimerCounty(102) Herkimer County (102)  OtsegoCounty(85) Otsego County (85)  SaratogaCounty(487) Saratoga County (487)  SchenectadyCounty(163) Schenectady County (163)  SchoharieCounty(133) Schoharie County (133)
Fonda is the county seat for Montgomery County
Fultonville is in Montgomery County
      Montgomery County (198)  
ADJACENT TO MONTGOMERY COUNTY
      Fulton County (143)  
      Herkimer County (102)  
      Otsego County (85)  
      Saratoga County (487)  
      Schenectady County (163)  
      Schoharie County (133)  
 
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1New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Bollards
A man came rushing from a house, Saying, "Snub up your boat I pray, Snub up your boat, snub up, alas, Snub up while yet you may." Mark Twain's satirical poem "The Aged Pilot Man” highlights characteristic of canal life as . . . Map (db m141379) HM
2New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Fultonville Union Free High School
Front 1884 - Original School was built on this land donated by John H. Starin. 1899 -First Class new Regents system. Jan 8, 1923 - Destroyed by fire. Back 1924 - School built to replace original destroyed by fire. 1953 . . . Map (db m131480) HM
3New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Herkimer Home - 1764 — Three miles east of Little Falls on Route 5-S — Historic New York —
General Nicholas Herkimer (1728–1777), one of the first American-born generation of the Palatine Germans who settled the Mohawk Valley, leading farmer-trader of the Valley, and hero of the Battle of Oriskany, built Herkimer Home in . . . Map (db m4269) HM
4New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — History of the Buoy Boat
Canal buoy boats were originally constructed in the 1920s and 1930s to service buoys on the Barge Canal. Since the Barge Canal followed natural rivers and lakes for much of its length, as opposed to the mule-drawn dug canal, navigation buoys . . . Map (db m141373) HM
5New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Johnson Hall - 1763 — Historic New York
Sir William Johnson (1715-1774), Indian trader, statesman, diplomat and Colonial Empire Builder, in 1763 built Johnson Hall, the center of his estate and the scene of many Indian conferences. Coming from Ireland in 1738, Johnson traded with the . . . Map (db m64987) HM
6New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Mohawk Area — Historic New York
The Mohawk Valley was a principal pass to the interior between the Adirondack Mountains and the Allegheny Plateau. Here dwelt the Mohawks, one of the Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy who barred the white man's advance westward. In the seventeenth . . . Map (db m64988) HM
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7New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Mohawk Area — Historic New York
          The Mohawk Valley was a principal pass to the interior between the Adirondack Mountains and the Allegheny Plateau. Here dwelt the Mohawks, one of the Nations of the Iroquois Confederacy who barred the white man's advance westward. In the . . . Map (db m75968) HM
8New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Sammons Home
Site of Sammons Home Burned During Revolution And Sampson Sammons and His Three Sons Taken Prisoners. Jacob And Frederick Were Taken To Canada But Escaped After Much SufferingMap (db m67056) HM
9New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Site of The Battle of Oriskany — August 6, 1777 — Historic New York —
Historic New York Site of The Battle of Oriskany, August 6, 1777 Oriskany Battlefield (Eight miles west of Utica) The Battle of Oriskany was one of the bloodies engagements of the American Revolution. British and Indians here ambushed . . . Map (db m4267) HM
10New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — The Erie Canal — An Engineering Marvel
Locks Open the Way The Erie Canal originally scaled some 700 feet in elevation changes along its route from Rome, New York to Buffalo. This was accomplished by building a series of 83 locks to accomodate changes in water levels. These . . . Map (db m129907) HM
11New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — The Mohawk Valley — A Historical Significance Second to None
By the Numbers 5,900 Square Miles Six thriving Counties More Than 500,000 Residents Homeland of the Iroquois For centuries, the ancestral homeland of the Native American Iroquois included the Mohawk Valley region. French, . . . Map (db m129846) HM
12New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — The Mohawk Valley — A Valley of Challenges
The Burning of the Valleys Aimed at disrupting supply lines and devastating the crops that fed troops during the Revolutionary War, the Burning of the Valleys was a ruthless campaign waged against civilians and led by the British Army, . . . Map (db m129849) HM
13New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — The Mohawk Valley — A Proud History of Farming
Feeding an Army A plentiful source of wheat and dairy, the Mohawk and Schoharie Valleys have long been vital farmlands. They were the targets for the British during the revolutionary War because they were important sources of food for the . . . Map (db m129909) HM
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14New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — The Mohawk Valley — A Pristine Valley Becomes a Revolutionary Battlefield
The Valley and the War The Mohawk Valley region played an important role during the Revolutionary War, which lasted from 1775 through 1783. Given the significance of the Mohawk Valley and the Hudson River in connecting New England . . . Map (db m139814) HM
15New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Town of Glen — Dedicated to the Sons and Daughters
Dedicated to the sons and daughters of the Town of Glen who served their country in World War II and the Korean Conflict. (Names not transcribed)Map (db m131443) WM
16New York (Montgomery County), Fultonville — Van Epps Home
First home built here 1751 by John E. Van Epps pioneer settler in Fultonville then known as Van Epps Swamp Map (db m67054) HM
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022