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The first Lake Champlain Bridge between Crown Point, New York, and Chimney Point, Vermont, opened in 1929. Primarily serving tourists when it opened, it ultimately became an important connection for residents and businesses across the region. A te…
On November 7, 2011, after 25 months without a bridge, traffic once again began to flow over Lake Champlain at the Crown Point-Chimney Point crossing. The opening of the new Lake Champlain Bridge restored the vital transportation link between New …
Built 1766; supplied lumber for Fort Crown Point and Arnold's Fleet[.] Entire valley dependent on grist mill.
Capt. Godfrey was a pilot, operating canal boats on Lake Champlain and the Canal. Awarded the N. Atlantic Medal in WWII.
Porter's Mills built by Benjamin Porter 1765 Burned during the Revolution: rebuilt 1786 Became Lewis' Mills 1789 First Post Office established 1827 Called Port Henry in honor of Henry Huntington of Rome, N.Y. St. Patrick's Roman Catholic C…
of Butterfield's Bay Boats were moored along north Main Street before building of railroad through here
Site of Port Henry's first tavern 1826. This building erected as Pease House 1850
Erected in 1824 by Major James Dalliba Converted into Stove Works in 1827.
In memory of those who gave their lives for their country in World War I and World War II. They shall, by their sacrifices, live forever among us. We honor the brave men and women of the Town of Essex who served our country in both World W…
John Fitzgerald Kennedy May 29, 1917 November 22, 1963 35th President of the United States 1961-1963 Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country Dedicated by the Borough of Brooklyn May 31, 1965 Rededicate…
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