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Painted Aprons. Legends & Lore. Black Rock School attacked by Brant's raiders, 1779. Girls spared as aprons marked with emblem signaling raiders not to harm them. var plainText = document.getElementById('inscription1').innerText…
Built in 1892, enlarged in 1912, this building served as the Delaware Division's largest station until its closing in the mid 1970's. Dedicated July 4 1986
Built in 1854 and used by the railroad until ca. 1987 Restored to full operating condition in 1996 it is one of a few left in the nation
This monument was erected by the patriotic generosity of Diana Farnum and was dedicated July 4th, 1886, to the memory of the Men of Deerpark who, by their services and lives in the Civil War of 1861-5, aided in preserving the Union and…
Willmore Pavlich & Howard Tarkett Members of Maghogomock H. & L. Co. They gave their lives in World War II Dedicated July 4, 1951
To all men and women from all wars
Port Jervis Free Library Chartered Sept 29 1892 Only Carnegie Library in Orange County New York Site given by Peter Farnum
This memorial is dedicated to those in this vicinity who paid the supreme sacrifice in World War II Albert Adams · Raymond F. Adams · James C. Alward Emerson T. Augston · Clifford J. Barthelmes · Donald R…
Shipmates of the U.S. Naval Services who sacrificed that this nation might live. Navy · Coast Guard · Seabees · Marines Dedicated August 14, 1955
Named for John B. Jervis, engineer, who built D. and H. Canal. Was called Mahackemeck by Indians. First settler, 1690.