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In Memory of TheBlack Soldiers of The1st Rhode Island RegimentWho Died In TheBattle of Pines BridgeIn Defense of America'sFreedomMay 13, 1781 Sponsored ByAfro-American Cultural FoundationWestchester County, New YorkJohn H. Harmon - Executive Direc…
Historic YorktownFirst Presbyterian Churchca. 1839Originally built in 1739 the church and parsonage was used as a meeting/store house by local patriots during the revolution. Because of this, the British burnt them down in 1779. The adjoining ceme…
French Hill - The Road to Victory During the American Revolution Background: During the American Revolution, the Americans needed the help of the French to secure their hopes of independence. In 178, thanks to the efforts of Ben Franklin and othe…
1781 ? ? 1900The State of New York marks the burial place of Colonel Christopher Greene and Major Ebenezer Flagg of the First Rhode Island Regiment of the Continental Army who were killed two miles south of this spot May 14th 1781 and also of Lieu…
Davenport House c 1750 Only surviving structure in Westchester County which was held by General Washington's Troops continuously throughout the War for Independence serving as a command post Westchester County Tricentennial 1683 - 1983
In MemoryOf Those Who GaveTheir LivesAndIn HonorOf Those Who ServedIn World War II1952
Dedicated ToThe Men of YorktownWho ServedWithHonor And CourageIn TheKorean and Vietnam Wars.To Those Who Gave Their Lives, We Are Particularly IndebtedFor Their Supreme Sacrifice, And Establish This MemorialIn TributeNovember 11, 1968
In Honor OfThe Men of YorktownWho Rendered Service InThe World War1917 - 1919David E. Ackerman · John F. Anders · Harry E. Anderson · J. Colridge Archer · William M. Archer · Jesse W. Barger · Harrison S. …
Built by Presbyterians in 1738. Army store house during Revolution. Burned by British 1779. Present building erected 1799.