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Original stone arch carrying canal over creek about 150 yds due east. Oxford Historical Society
Historic building was inn of canal travelers 1846-56. Canal boat repair station was east of road.
The Chenango Land Trust expresses its graditude Maurice and Barbara Ingraham for having the foresight to protect Chenango Canal Lock 99,the best preserved Chenango Canal lock, Lock purchase and preservation made possible by a grant from the Land T…
According to tradition burial place of Thick Neck, giant Chief of the Antones, a tribe of the Tuscaroras killed by the Oneidas.
Canal bed and towpath wound its way through the valley following the foot of the hills.
Chenango County Bicentennial '76
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Erected in 1816. The first church
edifice in the village of Oxford.
First Town Meeting Held
In April 1794. Incorporated
As Village April, 1806.
Log House Built By
Benjamin Hovey, 1790,
Who Served In The
Revolution And was Known
As "Father of the Settlement"
Oldest Church Edifice Standing
In The Village Of Oxford
Dedicated July 31, 1823.
The Oxford Turning Basin
Sight Of Overnight Tie Up
For Canal Boats.
Oxford Historical Society