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Maj. Gen. Robinson Hdas. Battle of Plattsburgh 1814 British soldiers wounded at Halsey's Corners brought here
Site of Col. Thos. Miller's Home Cdr. 8th Reg. N.Y. Militia Battle of Plattsburgh. British troops occupied house Sept. 6-11, 1814. Orig. house burned 1844.
Thomas Benedict IV homestead - Hdqrs. Maj. Gen. de Rottenburg British occupation forces 1814
The Point Au Roche Methodist Episcopal Church stood west of this sign. It was built in the early 1850s on land from the Moore family. This red brick church was the community focal point, a place where people came to worship and socialize.
On Sept. 6, 1814 the left wing of the British Army, on its invasion route to Plattsburgh, passed here. It fired upon this house, according to tradition, thinking it to be a fort.
This B-47 Strato-Jet Bomber stands as a lasting memorial to the valiant men who flew and supported B-47'S from March 21, 1956 to December 14, 1965, while they were assigned to Plattsburgh Air Force Base.
This monument has been presented by the ci…
The role of the FB-111A, Strategic Air Command's premier penetrating bomber, spanned the last 20 years of the Cold War. This aircraft and the people in the 380th Bombardment Wing who flew, maintained and supported it, contributed to America's most…
The stately structures surrounding the parade oval are the facilities of Plattsburgh Barracks, an active U.S. Army Post until 1944. The original installation was built during 1893-97 on the site of a military outpost which was established during t…
Commemorates British and American Navy and troops who fought on land and lake Battle of Plattsburgh September 11, 1814
These replica cannon are similar to those used on American Commandant Thomas Macdonough's flagship Saratoga on September 11, 1814. The 24 pound round iron shot from the long-range, smooth bore, muzzle-loaded "24" was effective up to one-half mile.