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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Mahopac, New York
Carmel is the county seat for Putnam County
Mahopac is in Putnam County Putnam County (138) ► ADJACENT TO PUTNAM COUNTY Dutchess County (340) ► Orange County (562) ► Rockland County (267) ► Westchester County (296) ► Fairfield County, Connecticut (455) ►
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1917 “Lest We Forget” 1919
Coleman Agor, Jr. • Glenn B. Arnold • Nathan K. Averill • Imlay L. Benet • Lester G. Bennett • James Benson • Louis J. Bittner • Colie Brown • Thurlow Cargain • John S. Carr • H. Ranald Chambers, Jr. • . . . — — Map (db m22711) HM
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Until 1760 Grand Island was a sacred site of the Wappinger Indians whose Chief Sachem was Daniel Nimham. By 1880 the Blackberry Iron Mine took ore to shore by ferry. — — Map (db m54286) HM
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A boarding house in 1852, Amzi Dean expanded to a large hotel. Recreation on Lake Mahopac and a 9 hole golf course drew guests, torn down for housing in 1971. — — Map (db m54283) HM
First Roman Catholic Church was built here in 1869. New York City took land for watershed in 1902. The town was razed and the church was relocated to the shore of Lake Mahopac. — — Map (db m54290) HM
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This monument is to honor all those who died and fought for our freedom, Persian-Gulf, Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom and all wars against terrorism. — — Map (db m22717) WM
Grandest hotel in Mahopac at the peak of the Resort Era from 1844 until it burned in 1878. In 1918 the first Mahopac Central School was built here, moved by 1938. — — Map (db m54287) HM
Died in 1837 and is buried here. He represented local farmers when John Jacob Astor filed suit to overturn forfeiture land sales. In 1832, after 45 years, settled by the United States Supreme Court. — — Map (db m54282) HM
Warehouse stored the ice cut on Lake Mahopac; floated in by canal then loaded on railroad cars and sold in New York City from 1880 until refrigeration began in 1920. — — Map (db m22572) HM
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Court martial convoy passed here after the Benedict Arnold treason. They met George Washington at West Point and Andre was hanged at Tappan, NY on October 2, 1780. — — Map (db m54280) HM
Court martial convoy passed here after the Benedict Arnold treason. They met George Washington at West Point and Andre was hanged at Tappan, NY on October 2, 1780. — — Map (db m54284) HM
Created when Dutchess County was divided on June 12, 1812 and named for General Israel Putnam, leader of Continental troops in the Hudson Highlands during the Revolutionary War. — — Map (db m54277) HM
The railroad came to Mahopac in 1871 and the first station was built in 1880. By 1930 Route 6 construction moved it to Bucks Hollow Road, used until 1969.
Mahopac American Legion Post 1080 2001 — — Map (db m22590) HM
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Started as a hat factory, then a boarding house in 1851. It was rebuilt to hold 400 guests after a fire in 1869. Emerson Clark improved Hotel Mahopac in 1883. — — Map (db m22573) HM
A heavily armored Monitor which joined the attack on Charleston in 1864 during the Civil War. In 1865 in the Battle for Fort Fisher it took 8 hits, no serious damage. — — Map (db m54278) HM
Dec. 7, 2023