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Butterfield Cobblestone built 1849 This property is listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
1. Fifty-two "Sloopers," the first group of Norwegian immigrants to North America, departed from Stavanger on July 4, 1825. Fifty-three arrived in New York City on October 9, a baby having been born en route. 2. Their 54 feet long slop, the "Resta…
Balcom's Mills Site of flour and grist mill erected 1834 by Heil Brockway and Abner Balcom. Saw mill on north end of dam erected 1837
In honor of all veterans who served to insure freedom in our nation
Murray - Holley Historical Society "Holley Railway Depot" Constructed in 1907 and moved in 1988 to this site by the Murray-Holley Historical Society. Dedicated as a museum for all citizens of the area.
1823 Canal Bed Site of the only original loop of "Clinton's Ditch," still visible west of Rochester
Home of Katherine Belle Rowley 1870-1936 Teacher, farmer, author of "The Historic Ridge," erected DAR historic markers 1st Orleans Co. Historian May 14, 1934
The Transit Line This boulder marks the boundary line between The Holland Purchase → and ← The Connecticut Tract as established in 1798
Ridgeway - 1812 Eli Moore opened a tavern on present hotel site 1811. Ridge first Indian trail then stagecoach route.
1st Religious Society Town of Ridgeway Organized August, 1817 Recipient of Gospel Lot from Holland Land Company First church dedicated 1832
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