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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Greenwich, New York
Location of Greenwich, New York
► Washington County (149) ► Essex County (189) ► Rensselaer County (150) ► Saratoga County (460) ► Warren County (147) ► Addison County, Vermont (70) ► Bennington County, Vermont (54) ► Rutland County, Vermont (92)
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|On August 11, 1777, German
Lt. Col. Friedrich Baum and
his troops camped here by
two houses opposite the
estate of Gen. Schuyler — — Map (db m133073) HM|
|Facing Burgoyne's camp across the River — — Map (db m58510) HM|
|Site of British Army camp before crossing Hudson. Later occupied by General Fellows' Continentals — — Map (db m58082) HM|
|Site of Captain Furnival's Battery
Commanding Marshall house and river crossing.
N.Y. State Historical marker 1927 — — Map (db m58084) HM|
| In the summer of 1783, General George Washington was in the township of Greenwich, while on a tour of northern battlefields. — — Map (db m19742) HM|
| A.M. Cook Post 326
Of the Civil War — — Map (db m131684) WM|
| Over which a detachment of Burgoyne’s army under Col. Baum passed on its way to Bennington, VT Aug. 13, 1777. — — Map (db m132512) HM|
|Position of Burgoyne's bridge of boats on which he crossed the Hudson — — Map (db m58081) HM|
| Greenwich, known as Union Village from 1809 to 1867, played a significant role in the history of the Anti-Slave Movement and the Underground Railroad. Many families in Union Village and surrounding area provided a safe haven for slaves heading . . . — — Map (db m132645) HM|
|In honor of the men and women of Thompson who served their country in two World Wars
(List of people that served)
(List of people that served) — — Map (db m58085) WM|