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2000 FeetFort Crailo"Yankee Doodle"Written there 1758
2500 FeetFort Crailo"Yankee Doodle"written there 1758
Lot 418 (Yesterday)1797 The premises on the western side of Fifth Street in the City of Troy initially known as Lot 418 was originally owned by Jacob D. Vanderheydan. Between the years of 1797 and 1862 the property was occupied by many different i…
The OnlyOne Room SchoolhouseOperating InNew York State
This stone is erected toMajor General John Ellis Wool.The gallant soldier, the able commander,and the patriotic citizen.
Distinguished in many battles; and toSarah Moulton,his excellent and worthy consort.—————
U. ? S.In loving memoryof"Uncle Sam"the nameoriginating withSamuel Wilson1766 —- 1854during the War of 1812and since adopted bythe United States.
[Left of Monument: ]United States Volunteer Service.Mustered in United States Service ? May 14, 1861.Commissions.Colonel ? Second New York Volunteers, May 10, 1861.Brigadier General United States Volunteers, Sept. 7, 1862.Major General ? United St…
* ? ? ? * "The Rock of Chickamauga"A native Virginian who chose to remain in the Union Army. At the outbreak of the Civil War, General Thomas played a crucial role in the war's outcome with his successes in the war's Western Theater. With Thomas' …
- · · → ? ? American Forces - ♦ → ? ? British ? ? ? x → → ? ? Indians———————-Erected by theState of New YorkAugust 16, 1927
Samuel "Uncle Sam" & EbenezerWilson built their home here onMount Ida, overlooking Troy. Thesurrounding orchard and nearbyhillside were ideal for grazinganimals, assuring a steady supplyof livestock for their growing meatpacking business, establis…