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Thomas C. LevalleyU.S.S.S. YankeeThomas H. FitzgeraldSamuel J. WaltonCo. C 71st N.Y. Vols.Charles W. VailCo. E 6th U.S. Art.Louis IseneggerCorp. Co. C 3rd U.S. Cav. "Made way for Liberty and died"
This flagpole is dedicated to the volunteers and staff of the American Red Cross in Westchester County who have served members of our Armed Forces since the Spanish American War in 1898.These dedicated people have demonstrated Red Cross' caring an…
George Washington's Headquartersin White Plains1776 ? ? ? ? ? ? 1778 National Register of Historic PlacesWhite Plains Historical Society
* A National Historic Site ** * * * * General George Washington's Headquarters * * * * *October 23 - 28, 1776While preparing for the Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776- and later -July 27 - September 16, 1778General Washington and eighteen k…
George Washington's Headquartersin White PlainsOct. 23-31, 1776July 27 - Sept. 16, 1778 National Register of Historic PlacesWhite Plains Historical Society
The center of Washington's Army was located here from Oct. 28 to Oct 31 1776 during the operations around White Plains.Erected by Act of Congress ? May 18, 1926 [ Upper Marker : ]This mortar and this remnant of the revolutionary entrenchments o…
Joseph M. Aloise · Corporal William M. Beyer · Charles Blatz · Lieutenant Frank A. Bayles · James J. Cleary · Captain Frederick W. Cobb · Ralph L. CookThomas R. Cullington · Robert M. Davis ·…
In MemoriamSoldiers, Sailors and Marines1917 World War 1918
SiteOf TheCounty Court HouseWhereOn July 10 1776 TheProvincial CongressProclaimedThe Passing Of TheDependent ColonyAnd The Birth OfTheIndependent StateOf New York Erected by the White Plains ChapterDaughters of the American Revolution1910
(Front):To the soldiers of White Plains who died in the service of their country in the Civil War 1861-1865. (Back):Erected by their late comrades and the town of White Plains July 4, 1872.