“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 Remsen, New York

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Utica is the county seat for Oneida County
Remsen is in Oneida County
      Oneida County (189)  
      Herkimer County (102)  
      Lewis County (19)  
      Madison County (76)  
      Oswego County (80)  
      Otsego County (84)  
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1New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Baron Steuben
Inspector General of Army Major General in Revolution Ciizen of United States and New York State.Map (db m75942) HM
2New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Baron Steuben
← 2 Miles Tomb of Baron Steuben in State Memorial Park.Map (db m75945) HM
3New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Baron Von Steuben: Father of the American Infantry
Early Training Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard August von Steuben is perhaps best known in this country for turning a motley assortment of untrained American colonists into an effective fighting force capable of defeating the powerful British . . . Map (db m76199) HM
4New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Capt. Simeon Woodruff
Circumnavigated globe with Capt. Cook. Leased this farm May 26, 1791 from Baron Steuben. Buried Capel Ucha CemeteryMap (db m75932) HM
5New York (Oneida County), Remsen — From Obscure Grave Site to Public Memorial
Reburial & Commemoration When road construction disturbed Steuben’s burial site in 1804, his former aide and estate executor, Benjamin Walker, had the baron’s body moved to the five-acre wooded area, now called the Sacred Grove. Walker donated . . . Map (db m76204) HM
6New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Fuller Farm
Acquired 1793 from Baron Steuben by Capt. Simeon Fuller, b. 1761 – d. 1852 Held by him and his descendants to the present dayMap (db m75937) HM
7New York (Oneida County), Remsen — General Baron Frederick William von Steuben
In grateful recognition of the care and reverence bestowed upon the grave of General Baron Frederick William von Steuben by the Welsh settlers and their descendants through their churches Chapel Isaf and the Baptist Church of Remsen Oneida . . . Map (db m75927) HM
8New York (Oneida County), Remsen — German-American Organizations
German-American organizations assisted by State of New York erected this tomb in honor of their great fellow countryman.Map (db m75924) HM
9New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Jonathan A. Steuben
Soldier of the Revolution. Changed his name from Arnold to Steben at the suggestion of Baron Steuben. Buried in adjoining meadow.Map (db m75778) HM
10New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Paying Tribute to the Baron
Recognition from the Commander In Chief General Washington’s final official letter as commander of the Continental Army was written to Steuben on December 23, 1783. In it, Washington paid tribute to Steuben and thanked him for his role in . . . Map (db m76201) HM
11New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Sacred Grove
is the name given in 1804 to these woods hallowed by associations with Baron Steuben, the American patriotMap (db m75921) HM
12New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Samuel Sizer
First settler on Steuben Grant, 1787. Farm Manager for Baron Steuben. Burial place in meadow 80 rods north of this marker.Map (db m75776) HM
13New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Steuben
Officer in the Prussian Army 1746 – 1763 Major General and Inspector General Army of the United States 1778 – 1784 -------------------- Trained under Frederick the Great during the Seven Years War, he brought to Washington the expert . . . Map (db m75930) HM
14New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Steuben Grant
of 16,000 acres by the State of New York, June 27, 1786 for service in the Revolution. He cleared sixty acres near here for home site (1788-1793).Map (db m75925) HM
15New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Steuben MemorialHistoric New York
(Three miles northwest of Remsen, Oneida County) Home and grave of Baron Frederick William von Steuben (1730-1794) Drillmaster of the American Revolution           Arriving at Valley Forge in February, 1778, this German-born officer found . . . Map (db m75951) HM
16New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Steuben State Memorial Park
Dedicated September 12, 1931 by Franklin D. Roosevelt, governor of New YorkMap (db m75914) HM
17New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Steuben State Memorial Park
Includes fifty acres given in 1804 by Col. Benj. Walker, friend and aid of Steuben to Second Baptist Church.Map (db m75917) HM
18New York (Oneida County), Remsen — This Monument
covers the remains of Baron Steuben. Governor Horatio Seymour laid cornerstone June 1, 1870. Erection completed 1872.Map (db m75923) HM
19New York (Oneida County), Remsen — This Park
was created in memory of Friedrich Wilhelm Baron Steuben, Major General in the War for IndependenceMap (db m75918) HM
20New York (Oneida County), Remsen — Utica AreaHistoric New York
          Situated on the important Mohawk Valley route between the Hudson River and the Great Lakes, Utica has long been a travel crossroads. Indian trails converged there, and Fort Schuyler was built on the site in 1758. The community which grew . . . Map (db m75953) HM
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Jul. 1, 2022