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Historical Markers in Harriman, New York
Goshen is the county seat for Orange County
Harriman is in Orange County
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|On South Main Street at Grove Street when traveling north on South Main Street. |
|First MIA Flag
On Nov. 10, 1974 the nation’s first MIA banner and flag pole was dedicated under a resolution conceived by Commander Thomas C. Bushing. — — Map (db m28721) HM|
|On Grove Street, 0.1 miles west of New York State Route 17. |
| From this site
the first train order was transmitted by telegraph in 1851 from Harriman to Goshen by order of Charles Minot of the Erie Railroad — — Map (db m17050) HM|
|On Grove Street at Main Street on Grove Street. |
|Hamlet of Turner changed name 1910 to honor late railroad magnate Edward H. Harriman. Village was incorporated October 1914 — — Map (db m121326) HM|
Nov. 29, 2022