“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Hague, New York

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Queensbury is the county seat for Warren County
Hague is in Warren County
      Warren County (160)  
      Essex County (213)  
      Hamilton County (16)  
      Saratoga County (487)  
      Washington County (157)  
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1New York (Warren County), Hague — Battles at Sabbath Day Point
In 1757, some 350 NJ Provincials, paddling from Fort William Henry, were ambushed near this site by Native Americans and Canadians, suffering 70% casualties. In 1758, General Abercrombie camped here with 15,000 men. Both generals were on their way . . . Map (db m126226) HM
2New York (Warren County), Hague — Garfield's Hotel & Tavern
1810 Site Of Garfield's Hotel & Tavern One of the earliest stopping places on Lake George. Other hotels on this site were Arthur's Phoenix, and Beachside with the Cave Bar. The original owner was Nathaniel Garfield, a Revolutionary War . . . Map (db m66544) HM
3New York (Warren County), Hague — Graphite — 1880-1921
A mining town of 400 thrived here with homes, church, post office, school, boarding houses, bowling alley, social hall, stores, sawmill, and saloonsMap (db m200395) HM
4New York (Warren County), Hague — Hague Central School
Located on this site 1927-1979. Replaced many rural schools & graduated some 400 students. It was a hub for community events during this period.Map (db m200393) HM
5New York (Warren County), Hague — Hague Heritage Cemetery — 1803 – 1870
Burial ground for many original Hague settlers and numerous Revolutionary and Civil War veterans. Also known as “The Old Hague Cemetery.” Map (db m126222) HM
6New York (Warren County), Hague — Legendary Rocks — Lakes to Locks Passage — Lake George Region —
Legendary Rocks Hague lays claim to some of the most legendary rocks on Lake George. Deer's Leap, several miles to the south on Tongue Mountain gets its name from the wvay hunters would run deer off the cliff with dogs. A more colorful . . . Map (db m180282) HM
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7New York (Warren County), Hague — The Alma Farm Park
Site of the 1000 acre farm owned by Theodore and Helene Meyer 1884-1925. Site of Civilian Conservation Corps S-32 Camp and Plantations 1933-1947. In memory of the Alma Farm and those who loved it. Placed by Historical Society of Bolton and . . . Map (db m202789) HM
8New York (Warren County), Hague — The Dairy Building — Hague Historical Society Walking Tour
1918 Smith Sexton bought this building, a barn, from Louis Burgess. Smith and his wife turned the upstairs into a living space where they spent the winters; in the summers they ran the Uncas Hotel (now the Northern Lake George Resort). A . . . Map (db m180218) HM
9New York (Warren County), Hague — The Hague Market — The Hague Historical Society Walking Tour
1901 This building was built by Ellis Bolton, the Hague Town Supervisor. Bolton partnered with Melvin Barton and shortly thereafter John Keenan. It seems that Bolton was a silent partner because the store operated under the name of Barton and . . . Map (db m180210) HM
10New York (Warren County), Hague — The Working Side of Hague — Lakes to Locks Passage — Lake George Region —
Before summer vacations brought bathers to Lake George beaches, lumbering and mining formed the business base of Hague. The hamlet of Graphite, located on the mountain west of Hague started in the lumbering era, then quickly grew when Joseph . . . Map (db m180292) HM
11New York (Warren County), Hague — The Wreck of the Steamboat John Jay — Lakes to Locks Passage — Lake George Region —
Tourists and visitors to the Lake George area relied on steamboats to get to Hague from Ticonderoga or Caldwell. The journey was always relaxing and enjoyable, until the evening of July 29, 1856, when the John Jay left Cook's Landing at . . . Map (db m180327) HM
12New York (Warren County), Hague — Town of Hague Centennial
. . . Map (db m66534) HM
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Sep. 30, 2022