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Jackson School. One room cobblestone school house opened in 1831 for School Dist. No.6 Towns of Lyons & Arcadia. Claosed 1947. Sold 1959 to private owners.
Wayne County Historical Society Museum of Wayne County History Since 1962, the Wayne County Historical Society has operated the Museum of Wayne County History, a 17 room exhibition space - formerly the Wayne County Jail and Sheriff's residence. Th…
First School A log school house was built on this site before 1808. Brick structure replacing it was used as a Catholic Church.
Memorial In memory of the illustrious dead of Lyons Township and in honor of our living heroes who have defended us in all our wars, this monument is solemnly and repectfully dedicated in the year of our Lord 1929.
H.G. Hotchkiss Essential Oil Co. began on this site 1841. Awarded international medals making Lyons one of the world's largest producers of peppermint oil.
H.G. Hotchkiss Peppermint Mural
Artist: Dawn Jordan July 2009 Mural #7
In this mural Dawn Jordan depicts the "essence" of the business operations which
at one time produced the world famous Hotchkiss Peppermint Oil. Included are
G. Winston Dobbins Memorial Park and Mural Winston's Dream Dedicated June 14, 2007 This site is more than a landmark in history. It is a community victory! In April of 2006 discarded furniture, old tires, scrap metal, and assorted rubbish filled t…
Hotchkiss Essential Oils
Essential Oil- an oil is essential in that it carries a distinctive scent or essence of a
PEPPERMINT - a hybrid plant which is a cross between watermint and spearmint used to
make oil: sometimes regarded as "the …
Enlarged Erie Canal Lock 55, Lyons, New York
H.G. Hotchkiss Peppermint Company
Rochester, Syracuse & Eastern Rail Road
Fifteen Miles on the Erie Canal, Wayne County, New York
Enlarged Erie Canal (1840-1905) Lock E-55, located just east of Le…
The Lyons Drydock
Thee Lyons drydock, located just west of the village
was the last drydock built on the New York State
Canal System after nearly a century of improvements.
Drydocks like the one at Lyons were needed so that canal