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

Clickable Map of Chenango County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Chenango County, NY (83) Broome County, NY (56) Cortland County, NY (58) Delaware County, NY (71) Madison County, NY (76) Otsego County, NY (70)  ChenangoCounty(83) Chenango County (83)  BroomeCounty(56) Broome County (56)  CortlandCounty(58) Cortland County (58)  DelawareCounty(71) Delaware County (71)  MadisonCounty(76) Madison County (76)  OtsegoCounty(70) Otsego County (70)
Location of New Berlin, New York
    Chenango County (83)
    Broome County (56)
    Cortland County (58)
    Delaware County (71)
    Madison County (76)
    Otsego County (70)
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1New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — Anson Burlingame
In honor of Anson Burlingame Born in New Berlin November 14th 1820 As minister to China under Lincoln, he was the first to unite the Orient and the Occident in affairs of state. — Map (db m144213) HM
2New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — Historic Law Office
Erected in the early 19th century and continuously occupied by local attorneys from ca. 1830-1995. Attorneys included: General A.C Welch, H.H. Harrington, A.M. Morse, and James Honeywell — Map (db m93452) HM
3New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — John P. Usher
Secretary of Interior under Abraham Lincoln practiced law in New Berlin with John Hyde 1837-1839. — Map (db m144174) HM
4New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — New Berlin
First settled about 1790 Anson Burlingame born here Nov. 14, 1820 U.S. Minister to China under President Lincoln — Map (db m93454) HM
5New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — Site of Daniel Scribner's Home
Site of Daniel Scribner's Home Built 1790 First house in 16th township. Large log building used as trading post and for town meetings. — Map (db m93458) HM
6New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — St. Andrews Church and Cemetery
Worship began in 1808 led by Fr. Daniel Nash. First Episcopal Church in Chenango County. Cemetery owned by church. — Map (db m93163) HM
7New York (Chenango County), New Berlin — White Store Church
Built 1820 by Baptists, Methodists, and Universalists. Church in original form except pulpit lowered in 1863. — Map (db m93551) HM
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Mar. 4, 2021