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Erected by Le Ray De Chaumont Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution In Memory Of The Gallant Officers and Men of the Ninth U.S. Infantry Who Lost Their Lives During The Campaigns In Cuba, China and the Phillippines 1898 — 1902…
Sergeant John Darlington Private Fred D. Petit Private Benjamin Wilson Company A 9th Infantry Drowned Near Madison Bks. N.Y. December 11, 1888 Erected By Their Comrades
In Memory of Those Who Gave Their All So That We Could Have a Tomorrow. We Are Here Because They Are Here. May They Rest In Peace.
Erected to the Memory of Unknown United States Soldiers and Sailors Killed In Action or Dying of Wounds in This Vicinity During the War of 1812
To Brig Gen Z.M. Pike U.S.A. And   Officers Killed   Battle Of York Upper Canada April 27th 1813
Madison Barracks 1812 - 1946 Birthplace of Fort Drum The first permanent U.S. military encampment in the North Country was established at Sackets Harbor during the War of 1812, to protect this valuable location. Sackets Harbor was formally e…
Water Tower Observation Tower In 1892, a complete system for the supply of pure water, with a steel tank encased in a stone tower, was installed. This was connected to a pump station two miles away drawing water from Lake Ontario. Prior to the i…
SGT Terrance John Lawler Wounded Vietnam Warrior, 2 Purple Hearts 1964   1968 September 29, 1946 — May 30, 2017 "Don't take life too seriously you'll never make it out alive anyway"
Polo Field After the arrival of the Seventh Field Artillery in September, 1922, Madison Barracks became well known for it's horse activities. In 1922, Army Olympic Try-outs were held at the post. During the next three years two officers' polo tea…
Home Of Dr. Samuel Guthrie Born 1782 - Died 1848 Discovered Chloroform, 1831 Invented Percussion Caps Surgeon In War Of 1812