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During the Revolution thisvital crossing was locatedhere. Used by French andAmerican armies on marchto Yorktown in 1781.
Dedicated to the soldiers of the Continental and French armies who crossed the Hudson River here at King's Ferry August 20-26, 1782 on their march to Victory at Yorktown, Va.May their sacrifices and hardships never be forgotten, the Liberty and In…
The Hudson River and its key crossing site between Verplanck's Point and Stony Point were important and strategic locations for General George Washington and the Continental Army during the American Revolution. Defending the safe transit of troops…
Has been designated aNational Historic LandmarkThis Site Possesses National SignificanceIn Commemorating the History of theUnited States of America1987National Park ServiceUnited States Department of the Interior
Thomas C. LevalleyU.S.S.S. YankeeThomas H. FitzgeraldSamuel J. WaltonCo. C 71st N.Y. Vols.Charles W. VailCo. E 6th U.S. Art.Louis IseneggerCorp. Co. C 3rd U.S. Cav.
"Made way for Liberty and died"
In 1660 Medad Pomeroy accepted an offer of tools, an anvil shaped like this replica and land in exchange for opening a blacksmith shop in Northampton, MA. That anvil was passed through many generations of Pomeroy blacksmiths and gunsmiths, becomin…
Gave Their Lives Altamuro, Patsy World War II · Beckman, Harriet World War II · Coombs, Peter World War I · Demarisco, Michael, Jr. Vietnam · Doerr, Harold J. World War II · Eggenberger, Henry Korea · Fost…
In Memory of TheBlack Soldiers of The1st Rhode Island RegimentWho Died In TheBattle of Pines BridgeIn Defense of America'sFreedomMay 13, 1781 Sponsored ByAfro-American Cultural FoundationWestchester County, New YorkJohn H. Harmon - Executive Direc…
Erectedin honor of the men Van Cortlandtvillewho served in theWorld War1917 - 1919Herbert Booth ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? U.S.N.Rowland M. Donnelly ? ? ? ? U.S.A.Stephen E. Donnelly ? ? ? ? U.S.A.George H. Fowler ?? ??? ? ? U.S.A.Reuben J. Frazier ? ? ? ?…
Site. Built in 1750.New York - Albany Stagecoachstop. Major John Andre heldhere on Sept. 25, 1780.Later Dusenbury Tavern.