Walking Tour Route
— Architecture of the Coast —Early Seaway Trail communities flourished due to access to the St. Lawrence River. Raised on Waterpower Waddington was settled by early industrialists, here to harness the power of the St. Lawrence River. Many of the buildings in the village center today stand as tributes to the success of those early entrepreneurs. St. Paul's Episcopal Church (12) The oldest church building north of the Mohawk River. Built 1816-1818. Town Hall (15) The beautiful stonework was crafted by Isaac Johnson, a freed negro slave. Built in 1884. Hepburn Library (18) A fine example of Beaux Arts Classicism with Greek columns and Palladian windows. Built 1919. Jefferson Bank (28) Indiana limestone was used for the trim work. Original teller cages still in place. Built in 1919. Walking Tour Highlights 1 Ogden Hired Help's Residence. 2 Tomilson House, Native Limestone. 3 Thompson House, Queen Anne Style. 4 Colvin House, Georgian Style. 5 Ogden Worker's Residence. 6 Residences demolished. 7 Hosea Fenton House, c. 1850. 8 Residence, Greek Revival Details. 9 Presbyterian Church, 1849. 10 Ogden Land Office, c. 1820. 11 St. Mary's Catholic Church, Rebuilt 1923. 12 St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 1816-1818. 13 Methodist Church, 1854. 14 Residence, Greek Revival Details. 15 Town Hall, 1884. 16 Residence, Brick, c. 1840. 17 James L. Thayer House, c. 1850. 18 Hepburn Library. 19 Residence, Victorian Ecclectic Style, c. 1887. 20 Residence, Italianate/Early Victorian Style, 1870. 21 Residence, Jerkinhead Roof, c. 1860. 22 Taylor House, a fine Hostelry. 23 George Redington House, Native Stone. 24 Harper's Dry Goods Store, 1880. 25 St. Lawrence Hotel, c. 1900. 26 J.P. Murphy House, 1831. 27 Masonic Building, 1875. 28 Jefferson Bank, 1919. 29 Residence, Brick, c. 1860. 30 Seth Dewey/Carlisle House, C. 1830. 31 David Ogden 'Cottage'. 32 Early St. Paul's Rectory, now a private residence. The name shown is the original builder or owner. Most of the buildings are privately owned, please respect the rights of the owners. Seaway Trail, Inc., Corner Ray & West Main St., Sackets Harbor, NY 13685 1-800-SEAWAY-T. This exhibit made possible by a grant from FHWA to Seaway Trail, Inc. Waddington Mayor: Elizabeth J. Phillips.
|Series||This marker is part of the Great Lakes Seaway Trail National Scenic Byway series|
|Placed By||Seaway Trail, Inc|
|Marker Condition||No reports yet|
|Date Added||Saturday, December 6th, 2014 at 1:05pm PST -08:00|
|UTM (WGS84 Datum)||31N E 166021 N 0|
|Decimal Degrees||44.86331667, -75.20276667|
|Degrees and Decimal Minutes||N 44° 51.799', W 75° 12.166'|
|Degrees, Minutes and Seconds||44° 51' 47.94" N, 75° 12' 9.96" W|
|Driving Directions||Google Maps|
|Which side of the road?||Marker is on the right when traveling North|
|Closest Postal Address||At or near 37 Main St, Waddington NY 13694, US|
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