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Historical Markers in Garrison, New York
Carmel is the county seat for Putnam County
Garrison is in Putnam County
Putnam County (115) ►ADJACENT TO PUTNAM COUNTY Dutchess County (310) ► Orange County (518) ► Rockland County (265) ► Westchester County (289) ► Fairfield County, Connecticut (395) ►
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|Built 1758 Burnt 1892 Headquarters of Washington, Putnam, Arnold and other Generals Commanding the Highlands. — — Map (db m71302) HM|
|On the hill to the west are the north and south redoubts, built in 1778, for the defense of the Highlands against British. — — Map (db m44460) HM|
| “Lest we forget to honor the men and women of this community who served their country in war and peace” * * * * * This memorial placed here by grateful citizens December 1966 — — Map (db m47516) HM|
|This house, built in 1737 was headquarters of Commanders of American troops defending West Point, from 1778 to 1783. — — Map (db m20704) HM|
|One-room Continental Village School was built circa 1840 on land donated by William Briggs. Merged into Van Courtlandtville School 1935. — — Map (db m55348) HM|
|Here stood the Robinson House, where Benedict Arnold, his treason disclosed, fled from his wife and baby to the British ship Vulture. — — Map (db m47506) HM|
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|Cedar Hill to the east and Fort Hercules (Argyl's) to the west were in use by Continental Army throughout the Revolutionary War. — — Map (db m55291) HM|
Sep. 29, 2022