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State Historic Markers :: Historical Area Markers in New York State

One hundred thirty-nine large format Historical Area Markers were erected statewide during the 1960s. Some are duplicates placed in different areas. Some carry variations of text found on other markers within the same region.

This inventory contains every marker by each region of the State. Within a region, duplicate markers are indicated by locations at the end of the text. Similar markers within a region are listed separately. Duplicate markers in different regions are also listed separately.

Select a link below to go to a region of the State or a particular marker, or just select the NEXT PAGE link at the bottom to see the entire inventory.

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NEW YORK CITY AND LONG ISLAND

(Kings, New York, Richmond, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk, Bronx)
Central Long Island Long Island Long Island - The East End Roosevelt Field

HUDSON VALLEY

(Columbia, Dutchess, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, Orange)
Columbia County Columbia County Dutchess County The Eastern Border
Livingston Manor Newburgh Area Ramapo Valley The Senate House - 1676
Washington's Headquarters Westchester County

THE CATSKILLS

(Delaware, Greene, Sullivan, Ulster)
The Anti-Rent Wars The Catskills Catskill Mountains Catskill Mountains
The Catskill Mountains The Catskill Mountain House Catskill Mountains - Shandaken Area Hudson Valley
Johnson Hall - 1763 Kingston Area Old Mine Road - D. & H. Canal The Senate House - 1676
Schuyler Mansion - 1762

CAPITAL DISTRICT-SARATOGA AREA

(Rensselaer, Washington, Saratoga, Albany, Schenectady, Fulton, Montgomery, Schoharie)
Albany County Airport Capital District - Albany Area Herkimer Home - 1764 Johnson Hall - 1763
Mohawk Area Rensselaerswyck Saratoga Area Schenectady
Schuyler Mansion - 1762 This is the Capital District This is Mohawk Country This is the Way North
This is Mohawk Country

ADIRONDACK - CHAMPLAIN AREA

(Clinton, Esex, Warren, Hamilton, Herkimer (part), Lewis, Franklin)
The Adirondacks The Empire State Fort Ticonderoga The French Emigres
Glens Falls Area Lake Champlain Lake George New York - Vermont Border
Schroon Lake The Black River Country

THOUSAND ISLANDS - ST. LAWRENCE AREA

(St. Lawrence, Jefferson)
The Empire State The St. Lawrence Plain St. Lawrence River and Massena The War of 1812
Watertown Region The Thousand Islands The Chippewa Bay Area

CENTRAL AREA

(Otsego, Herkimer (part), Oneida, Chenango, Broome, Madison, Oswego)
Binghamton and Upper Susquehanna Cazenovia Cherry Valley The Empire State
The Erie Canal - July 4, 1817 Herkimer Home Herkimer - Little Falls Area The Oneida Country
The Oneida Indians Site of the Battle of Oriskany Steuben Memorial The Syracuse Area
Syracuse Area Unadilla Region Upper Susquehanna Utica Area
Yah-nun-da-da-sis The Lost Peace The Erie Canal - The Long Level This is Mohawk Country

FINGER LAKES - GENESEE COUNTRY

(Onondaga, Cortland, Tioga, Tompkins, Chemung, Steuben, Schuyler, Seneca, Cayuga, Yates, Ontario, Wayne, Livingston, Monroe)
Chemung Valley Cohocton Valey The Erie Canal The Erie Canal - Canvass White
The Finger Lakes The Finger Lakes The Finger Lakes Genesee Valley
The Genesee Valley The Holland Purchase Irondequoit Bay Memorial Day
The Military Tract The Onondaga Country Palmyra Area Rochester Area
Seneca Indians The Seneca Indians Steuben Memorial Syracuse Area
Clinton-Sullivan and the Iroquois Welcome to the Champagne District

NIAGARA FRONTIER

(Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, Erie, Niagara)
The Holland Purchase The Lake Plain Niagara Frontier The Niagara Frontier
Old Fort Niagara The Pan-American Exposition Seneca Indian Country Western New York

CHAUTAUQUA - ALLEGANY AREA

(Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua)
Upper Cattaraugus Valley Genesee Valley - Allegany Region This is Oil Country

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