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Allegany State Park's Camp Allegany This ca. 1930 photograph shows the original mess hall and double cabins at Group Camp 11. Camp Allegany is one of Allegany State Park's 12 group camps. Constructed in 1928, the camp was designated Group Cam…
The Hinman Valley Wetland Complex consists of 100+ acres of open water, deep marsh, shallow marsh, wet meadow, and forested wetland habitats. The site originally contained over 60 acres of regulated wetland. In 2008, the New York State Department …
Welcome to Science Lake, a favorite park attraction with an interesting history. Science Lake was built in 1926 as the new location for a science camp popularly called "The School in the Forest." Chauncey J. Hamlin, president of the Buffalo Societ…
Ahaz Allen Pioneer settler in town of Persia in 1810. Built first saw and grist mill, bridge, frame house, Forty Rd. Gave land for cemetery in 1836.
From the mountains of Afghanistan and deserts of Iraq these men and women gave devotion and sacrifice. They are worthy of much greater recognition than words can say. Let us pay tribute to the heroism of those who served and those who gave all. We…
Dedicated to those from the Salamanca area who gevae their lives in the Indo-China War Keith Franklin, Orrie Macomb Jr. Lloyd Darling, Arnold Robbins Victor Smith, Charles Harrison Jr. Gregg Smith Also to all other people from all nations who have…
These gates erected by Salamanca Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution are a tribute to the memory of those who served in World War I Dedicated May 30, 1931
On this site in 1859, the first log house was built on what is now known as Allegany State Park. It was built by Giles Stoddard Jr., and his wife Sarah Niles Card on 132 acres then known as Stoddard's Hollow. Giles Stoddard Jr. help[ed] fell the f…
Built ca 1856 at junction of Ellicottville-Great Valley Plank Road & road to Franklinville. Served as hotel, livery & post office
[left panel] In the early 20th century, approximately one million acres in the Adirondack and Catskill Forest Preserves were destroyed by fire. In response, New York State passed legislation that created a forest patrol service and funded the cons…