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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2ACM_rest-haven_Monroe-NY.html
Built 1902, Moses C. Migel purchased in 1923 as vacation home for blind. Donated to Amer. Fdn. for blind 1944. Helen Keller visited here.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2ACL_harriman_Harriman-NY.html
Hamlet of Turner changed name 1910 to honor late railroad magnate Edward H. Harriman. Village was incorporated October 1914
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In Memory of Our Dead Heroes Soldiers · Sailors · Marines of All Wars U.S.A.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM2887_d-h-canal_Cuddebackville-NY.html
Opened 1828 - 1898, from Honesdale, P.A., to Kingston. Carried bulk of New York City's coal until after the Civil War
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Town of Mount Hope honors the men and women who served in the Armed Forces of the United States
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM286U_the-calvert-vaux-entranceway-to-hillside-cemetery_Middletown-NY.html
Honoring the celebrated landscape architect, associate of Frederick Law Olmstead, who designed the cemetery in 1861. —————————————— Hillside Cemetery has be…
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Named for William A. Cuddeback, colonel in War of 1812, established 1826 on Delaware and Hudson Canal
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Progenitor of the Cuddeback Families in America who settled in the Neversink Valley in the 1690s. Dedicated at the Cuddeback Family Reunion July 31, 1999
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM286N_historic-road_Cuddebackville-NY.html
Mount Hope & Lumberland Turnpike Co., June 8, 1812. Built after War of 1812, from Town of Wallkill to Narrowsburgh on Delaware.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM286K_fireman-joe_Middletown-NY.html
The existence of the Firemen's Memorial Fountain in Thrall Park is due largely to the efforts of Mr. J. B. Wheeler. The fountain, with its seven foot statue of a uniformed fireman holding a baby in his arm, is symbolic of and dedicated to the Volu…
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