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2000 acres settled in 1766 by William Gilliland (1734-1796) first named Janesborough, later Port Gilliland. A port for lake shipped goods c. 1820-1900.
Erected in 1809 by Alfred Keith. First on Lake Champlain in northern NY State. Operated by Keith 1809-1822, Jacob Sax 1822 until destroyed by the flood of 1830.
Site of first home raised by a European settler in the Town of Plattsburgh and Clinton County. Erected September 10-13, 1766 by William Gilliland (1734-1796).
Erected c. 1820 by Jacob Sax. Sax family home c. 1820-1832, William Gilliland III (1812-1886) family 1845-1880, Day family 1881-1958.
Barn used by British forces to house mules, 1814
Halsey's Corners. 250 American soldiers plus militia met 4,000 British troops in bloody battle here on Sept. 6, 1814.
A War of 1812 military camp stood to the west of this marker. Many occupants died defending Plattsburgh and lie buried not far from here.
Catholic Summer School of America 1896-1941 on this site. Resort and educational campus with cottages, chapel, dining hall, auditorium & post office.
The British army used the basement of this house for a hospital during Battle of Plattsburg September, 1814
State Normal and Training School at Plattsburgh chartered 1889, first class graduated 1891. After 1929 fire, Normal Hall replaced by present building 1933. Dedicated as Hawkins Hall 1955.