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Saranac Iron Works. Catalan Forge—rolling mill. First forge on the River—1826. Baker-Hull-Hopper—World's best quality iron used in Civil War ironclads. Bowen-Signor closed 1887.
Barn used by British forces to house mules, 1814
Halsey's Corners. 250 American soldiers plus militia met 4,000 British troops in bloody battle here on Sept. 6, 1814.
This marker is to signify that Chazy School was the first central school in the state of New York and the U.S.A. Nov. 14, 1916.
A War of 1812 military camp stood to the west of this marker. Many occupants died defending Plattsburgh and lie buried not far from here.
In the first school which stood near this site Dr. William Beaumont surgeon and physiologist was schoolmaster, 1807-10.
Site of the birthplace of Jehudi Ashmun, April 21, 1794. First colonization agent at Liberia, Africa, 1822-1828.
Catholic Summer School of America 1896-1941 on this site. Resort and educational campus with cottages, chapel, dining hall, auditorium & post office.
The British army used the basement of this house for a hospital during Battle of Plattsburg September, 1814
In 1811 Dr. Nathan Carver gave land for a cemetery. This is the burial place of local philanthropist William H. & Alice T. Miner.