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Frequently Visited Troy, Chose This Site For "The Street Was Never The Same" (1952) And Other Troy Settings For Paintings
September 11, 2001 The day rose clear and bright. But in just 102 minutes Sept. 11, 2001 became one of the most tragic days in the history of the United States of America. American way of life and freedom were attacked by 19 men fueled by an id…
First chartered village in Rensselaer County, New York, USA and was settled around 1763. The name is from Abraham Lansing, an early settler, combined with the Scottish word burgh. Street Docks at 123rd Street During the First Quarter of the 20th …
In memory of those departed who served their country with honor
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
In Commemoration of our men of the 15th Ward, who answered their Country's call and served for Liberty and Democracy in the World War, 1917-1918. "The Right is more precious than Peace."
First president of this cemetery association, and until his death Feb. 7, 1852. To his ready decision and untiring energy, the fortunate selection of the grounds, and firm establishment of the cemetery are largely due.
In honor of those who served in World War II from the 4th election dist. of the town of Pittstown
Gilead Church Lutheran, organized about 1746 by Palantine settlers, 400 feet east of this spot. Moved 2½ miles south to present site in 1817.
District No. 6 c.1830 Brick school built on land granted by Luther and Olive Eddy. Later named the Lincoln School by students.