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Historical Markers in Sterling, New York
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The c.a. 1910 Railway Signal Tower was acquired in the early 1930's then used as a woodworking shop by William Williams. It was then located in Sterling Center and now generously given by grandson Roger Malcott. The Tower was originally located at . . . — — Map (db m79779) HM
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Site of first Baptist church of Sterling erected in 1841, federated with United Presbyterian in 1931 Churches consolidated in 1962 Sold and dismantled in 1970 — — Map (db m79782) HM
Sterling Valley First settlement made here 1805 by Peter Dumas, a soldier with Lafayette. Earlier called Coopers Mills after John Cooper 1810 — — Map (db m79783) HM
Town of Sterling Named after a Revolutionary officer, Lord Wm. Alexander Sterling. Set off from Cato 1812. First grist and saw mill built here in 1813 — — Map (db m79753) HM
Dec. 4, 2022