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To meet the ever increasing demand for lumber and cord wood the Bodie Railway and Lumber Company was formed in February 1881. Timber was harvested from various tracts to the south. It was milled at this site and then shipped to Bodie on the railro…
On this site is the grave of the unknown prospector. A reminder of the great sacrifices made by our ancestors, who explored and settled the western frontier, and especially to the memory of each and all of the pioneers of Mono County, whose restin…
Famous Post-Revolutionary tavern, resort of "Nick" Stoner, erected 1798 by Capt. Jean Batiste Vaumane de Fon Claire, former officer in French Army under Louis XVI
General George Izard troops encamped here in Sept. 1814 marching from Plattsburgh to Sackett's Harbour by the old state road through Johnstown.
Last home of Nicholas Stoner soldier of the American Revolution and the War of 1812. Died here, Nov. 24, 1853 age 92 years
Lodowick Putman and son Aaron killed in their home here in Sir John Johnson's raid into Tryon County. They are buried here.
→Baronial Home ofSir William JohnsonErected 1762Open to Visitors
→Colonial CemeteryRemains of many Johnstownnotables of colonialAnd revolutionary daysburied here
Historic New YorkJohnson Hall - 1763Johnstown ? ? Sir William Johnson (1715-1774), Indian trader, statesman,diplomat and Colonial Empire Builder, in 1763 built Johnson Hall, the center of his estate and the scene of many Indian conferences.
Erected 1772Only Colonial Court HouseIn State of New YorkFirst Court GeneralSessions, Tryon County,September 8, 1772