Those who have honorably served,
sometimes sacrificing all,
For country and the many freedoms we enjoy,
Love and defend so dearly as Americans.
Friends, classmates, schoolmates,
Alma Mater - "...wherever in the world we . . . — — Map (db m220668) WM
An unusual combination of heavy snowpack, high winds, unseasonably warm temperatures, heavy rainfall, and ice jams resulted in a basin wide flash flood in the Susquehanna River Basin from January 19-21, 1996. The heavy accumulation of snow from . . . — — Map (db m220630) HM
In memory of Larry "L.T." Thrower, who made
the ultimate sacrifice for his family, friends and
community. On October 24, 1998, Larry suffered
a heart attack while on the scene of a fire. His
spirit will always be felt on the grounds of . . . — — Map (db m220627) HM
Routes of the Armies of
General John Sullivan
General James Clinton
An expedition against the hostile Indian nations which checked the aggressions of the English and Indians on the frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania, extending . . . — — Map (db m92998) HM
Duty Honor Country
Dedicated to Sidney Alumni who have
served our nation during
war & peace...we are forever grateful
and shall never forget.
Remembering Their Sacrifices
World War I
Horace Beale · Earl Birdsall · John Dimicco · Claude . . . — — Map (db m220667) WM
Centuries ago, the land including this park was the site of a stockaded Indian village and burial knoll. Other Indian villages followed at intervals. The area is rich in Revolutionary history. In 1901, a factory was built on this and adjoining . . . — — Map (db m220624) HM
The first gathering at the Sidney Grove
Campmeeting area was held in 1874.
This bell, created by the Goulds Manufacturing
Company in Seneca Falls, NY, called visitors to
meals and to worship.
In the mid 1940's the services moved to Sky . . . — — Map (db m220635) HM
Constructed by a few
and dedicated by many
as a testimony of gratitude to the
courageous men and women,
who have served, fought and died
in the armed forces of our country
to preserve our freedom.
May this park remain to serve as . . . — — Map (db m220666) WM
This replica of the Covered Bridge over the Susquehanna River at the end of Bridge St., Sidney, N.Y. has been generously donated and built by the Unadilla Laminated Products, a Division of the Unadilla Silo Co., Inc. of Sidney and Unadilla, Craig . . . — — Map (db m220631) HM
These are the stars
who rise early in the light of day.
And sometimes fall in the darkest of nights.
These are the stars of
Our Armed Forces
whose honor, courage and sacrifice
in both wartime and peacetime
continue to shine
The . . . — — Map (db m220670) WM
The Susquehanna, one of the most beautiful rivers in America, was named by the Algonquin Sasquesahanock Indians who long ago lived on it's banks. Rising out of Otsego Lake, the river flows generally south through New York, Pennsylvania, and . . . — — Map (db m220623) HM
The life cycle in the Susquehanna River begins with bacteria,
which are nurtured by organic materials in the water.
Microscopic water plants called algae use substances formed
by bacteria and replenish the oxygen supply. Protozoa eat
algae and . . . — — Map (db m220626) HM