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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1E10_old-mount-ida-cemetery_Troy-NY.html
Old Mount Ida Cemetery est. 01 Jan. 1832 12-3/10 acres. Numerous soldiers buried here who served in the Revolutionary War, 1812 and Civil Wars Tri-City Council Vietnam Era Vets
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM1BY5_historic-oakwood-cemetery_Troy-NY.html
The Uncle Sam TrailTroy, NYHistoricOakwood CemeteryThe Final Resting Place OfSamuel Wilson of Troy, New York,Fondly Know As "Uncle Sam",America's National Symbol.Uncle Sam Memorial Foundation Inc.2010
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM19HL_welcome-to-the-collar-city_Troy-NY.html
The detachable shirt collar was invented in Troy in 1827 by a local housewife, Hannah Montague. Form more than a hundred years, various styles of the stiff cotton collars were worn by merchants, businessmen and other "white collar" workers. Tr…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM19DF_locking-through_Troy-NY.html
September 1, 1823, was a festive day in Troy, as a parade, music and gun salutes greeted the first two boats to pass through the new State Dam and Sloop Lock on the Hudson. The dam promised expanded trade and fed a hydraulic canal that delivered w…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM18MD_glass-lake_Averill-Park-NY.html
Rensselaer GlassworksGlass House Village1804-1852Headwaters ofThe Wynantskill
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM13ZG_uncle-sam-monument_Troy-NY.html
[Front]*Uncle Sam*Wilson1766 1854 of Troy - New YorkBorn in Arlington - Mass [Right] Sam Wilson- One ofthe Prime Movers For Incorporation of * Troy as Village - 1794City - 1816 * [Left]U.S. of AmericaUncle Sam* Originated DuringWar of 1812* …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM13NY_reynolds-farm_Petersburg-NY.html
Settled 1780 William W. Reynolds Born in Rhode IslandDied here 1829. Served in American Revolution
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM13NX_early-toll-road-berlin-ny_Berlin-NY.html
Elm Street and Green Hollow Road were part of the Eastern Turnpike enacted 1799 to improve existing road from Albany to Mass. line and thence to Boston.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM13NW_home-of-big-thunder_Averill-Park-NY.html
Dr. Smith Boughton, leader of 1844-45 anti rent war, liver here: 1838-1888
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM13NV_first-meeting-house-in-hoosic-falls_Hoosick-Falls-NY.html
Erected 1800 for the use of the "Warren Society of Hoosick" Baptist church organized in 1847.
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