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Enlarged Erie Canal Lock 60
The original 1825 Erie Canal (Clinton's Ditch), proved so successful
that in 1841 lock 60 was built as a single chamber as part of a
system wide enlargement. Whereas the "Ditch" was …
Macedon's Honor Roll In grateful trubute to the local men and women of our armed forces who have or are currently serving their country. This land is rededicated in their memory to remain forever a public park.
Underground RR n this area Quaker abolitionist harbored slaves using Ganargua Creek as a gateway to freedom.
Emma B. Sweet 1862-1951. Macedon native, Susan B. Anthony's secretary 1895-1906. Sufferage worker, speaker and advocate for equal rights for all.
In the early 1800's Josiah Chambers
purchased 6,000 acres. His son, Josiah
Chambers, Jr., upgraded the property, built a race track and developed
transportation links via roads, bayou
navigation and railroad, eventually
expanding to almost 10…
Spring Bayou in located within the Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area, which spans more than 12,000 acres in the low-lying , poorly drained Red River backwater system.Spring Bayou is located within Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area, which s…
This brick building, with its rock-faced granite trim, was Concord's police station from 1890 until 1975. Noted local architect Edward Dow, with Albert Bodwell, designed the structure. Its arched openings show the influence of the Richardsonian Ro…
Near this site, on land just north of the Governor Hill Block at 58-62 North Main Street, was the first home in Concord of Isaac Hill, printer, bookseller, publisher, U.S. Senator and Governor of New Hampshire. It was here that Hill began his marr…
These architectural artifacts from historic
Concord buildings—pilaster capitals, gargoyles,
cornices and other decorative stonework—are displayed here...
In celebration of
Concord's Architectural Heritage
whose richness and vari…
Native Americans first roamed this area of virgin pines and crystal streams. Then it was named Oction by early pioneer settlers. The Civil War Battle at Oction Hill occurred here in 1864. In 1889, Jay Gould, business tycoon and railroad magnate, b…