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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
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
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.
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…
Rensselaer GlassworksGlass House Village1804-1852Headwaters ofThe Wynantskill
[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*
Settled 1780 William W. Reynolds Born in Rhode IslandDied here 1829. Served in American Revolution
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.
Dr. Smith Boughton, leader of 1844-45 anti rent war, liver here: 1838-1888
Erected 1800 for the use of the "Warren Society of Hoosick" Baptist church organized in 1847.