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Hartford, New York Historical Markers

 
Civil War Enlistment Center Marker image, Touch for more information
By John Arsenault, February 22, 2013
Civil War Enlistment Center Marker
New York (Washington County), Hartford — Civil War Enlistment Center
65 of 134 Civil War Veterans enlisted here in Co. E 123 Regt. N.Y.S. Vol. Aug. 22, 1862 — Map (db m63515) HM
New York (Washington County), Hartford — Civil War Mound and Urn
Erected to honor the 23 Hartford men who died while in service Mound erected 1897 Urn placed 1910 22nd Infantry: John Miner, George Minor, James Wythe; 16th Artillery: John Burton, Albert Higley; 93rd Infantry: John Hughes, William Orcutt; 123rd . . . — Map (db m137912) WM
New York (Washington County), Hartford — Clinton Gift
Gov. Clinton gave this land to Baptist Society, 1798. Log Meeting House, 1788, stood 50 feet to the south, church erected here, 1805. — Map (db m63514) HM
New York (Washington County), Hartford — Site of Old Mills
I. Norton built dam 1814 Downs Clothing Works Woodell Starch Mill 1866 Daicy Cabinet Works 1870 Higby Tannery below 1818 — Map (db m61515) HM

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