Dedicated in honor of the men and women of Warrensburg who served in the World Wars And these our dead shall not have died in vain. World War I Carrol Harrington, Reuben McBride, Tracy Ross, Edson Young World War II James Alger, . . . — — Map (db m138558) WM
From the Native Americans who first settled what is today known as Warrensburg, to the early pioneers that introduced industry, to the current inhabitants and visitors who enjoy all the many recreational attributes, the Schroon River has played a . . . — — Map (db m130068) HM
Timber, water, location..this winning combination sparked development and fortunes of early Warrensburgh.
Adirondack forests of hemlock, pine &spruce attracted lumbermen. A meandering Schroon River powered various mills along its banks and . . . — — Map (db m150149) HM
The peaceful hamlet of Warrensburgh, nestled in the southern tier of the Adirondack Mountains at the confluence of the Schroon and Hudson Rivers, was established in February 12, 1813. The “Queen Village of the Adirondacks”, Warrensburgh . . . — — Map (db m138555) HM