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First library built on land donated by Elizabeth Bemus, librarian & study club founder chartered by NYS in 1910.
Built by the Chautauqua Lake Railway. Later used by the J.W & N.W. electric trolley line. 1887-1950.
Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996 by the United States Department of the Interior. Brocton Arch Erected 1913 With unprecedented growth of the village, the Village of Brocton and Town of Portland wanted a sym…
One of Original Inhabitants of Chautauqua County
James McMahan · Basil Burgess · Edmd. McHenry · W'm McBride · Jno McMahan · Hugh Whitehill · Tho's McClintock · Arthur Bell · Geo. Whitehill &mid…
These Concord Grape Vines bear the fruit which is the major source of grape juice and agricultural income along the shore of Lake Erie from near Cleveland, Ohio to near Buffalo, New York. In this area more than 100,000 tons of concord grapes are g…
Near here on April 16, 1868, farmers organized the first grange to champion their needs in the healing of the nation recovering from civil war.
First public park in Chautauqua County deeded to town of Pomfret 1825 by Hezekiah Barker who settled in Fredonia 1806.
This site was given by Hezekiah Barker for a cemetery and the first burial here was in 1807. There are 15 known revolutionary soldiers and many other earlier settlers of Pomfret resting here in this Pioneer Cemetery. This marker placed by the …
Piermont-on-the-Hudson to Dunkirk Line Completed - May 15, 1851 "Word's Longest Trunk Line" Railroad 483-mile Route
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