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Historical Markers in Naples, New York
Naples is in Ontario County
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|On this site was organized the "First Religious Compact of Middletown 1800". The church was built in 1824 — — Map (db m64936) HM|
| Grimes Glen Home of the oldest fossil tree found and mounted by D. Dana Luther, Naples, N.Y. Now in State Education building, Albany, N.Y. — — Map (db m125503) HM|
|Chief of the Senecas
at Nundawao Village, who came from the Genesee Reservation in 1794 to die and be buried in his beloved Kiandaga Valley. — — Map (db m64935) HM|
|Founded 1789 on the old Seneca village of Nundawao; first known as Watkinstown; in 1796 called Middletown; on April 6, 1808, named Naples — — Map (db m64934) HM|
|Known as Watkinstown 1789 Named Middletown 1796 Midway between Canandaigua and Bath: Naples April 6, 1808 — — Map (db m64937) HM|
| Harnessing the Power Water gushing out of Grimes Glen was dammed at the mouth of the glen and directed into a wooden raceway that carried it to mills throughout the village. The raceway fed Naples Mill, along the route that is now named Race . . . — — Map (db m125804) HM|