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Plattsburgh-Montreal R.R. Station
Built c. 1852 as Chazy
1876 became West Chazy
Second station built
1815 Ober's Corners (now Sciota) settled by Joseph & Mary (Wallingford) Over from Massachusetts. Ober built three mills.
1776. Benedict Arnold for twelve September days opposite Chazy readied his fleet and planned his strategy for the Battle of Valcour.
1776. Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Chase & Charles Carroll of Carrollton paused near here April 26 en route to Montreal as Delegates of Congress.
Muron Regt. of 1000 men camped here prior to the Sept. 11, 1814 Battle of Plattsburgh. They never reached Plattsburgh.
Erected Here By
Lewis Sage Robinson
Also Erected Opposite Here In 1810
The Original Log Tavern
Visited in 1817 By
PRES. JAMES MONROE
Until 1857 These Sites Were Part Of
The Town Of Chazy
Lewis G. Robinson