List of New York State Historic Markers in Warren County, New York

This is a complete list of New York State Historic Markers in Warren County, New York.[1]

Listings county-wideEdit

Marker name[1] Image Date designated Location City or Town Marker text
1 Diamond Island On Diamond Island in L. George Bolton, New York In center of lake, military depot of Burgoyne's Army, attacked, Sept. 1777, by Americans under Col. Brown; Later abandoned by enemy.
2 Half Way Brook On US 9 At Northern End Of City Glens Falls, New York Midway between Fort Edward and Fort George. On this site about 1755 stood a blockhouse enclosed by a stockade.
3 Pass to Trout Brook On NYS 8 & NYS 9N About 1 Mile North Of Hague Hague, New York Through This Pass To Trout Brook Was An Indian Trail Used By Robert Rogers After Battle On Snowshoes, 1758, On Retreat To Ft. William Henry
4 Fort William Henry On Lake Front, L. George Vlge. Lake George, New York Fort Wm. Henry 1755 Built By Sir Wm. Johnson 1757 After A Gallant Defense Col. Monroe In Command Surrendered To The French Under Gen. Montcalm.
5 Montcalm's Camp, 1757 On US 9 At Lake George Vlge. Lake George, New York On These Grounds Montcalm's Army Camped During The Siege Of Fort Wm. Henry August 6–9, 1757
6 The Hospital at Battle Of Lake George On State Reservation At Lake George Village Lake George, New York Many Wounded Soldiers And Some With Smallpox Were Cruelly Murdered By Indians Of Montcalm's Army
7 Five Mile Run On US 9 About 2½ Miles North Of Glens Falls Queensbury, New York In French And Indian War This Run Was Avoided Because Of Fear Of Attack By Hidden Indians. Name Changed To Meadow Run 1808.
8 Military Road On US 9 About 4½ Miles North Of Glens Falls Queensbury, New York Between Fort Edward And Lake George Built By Sir William Johnson During The Summer Of 1755.
9 Oneida On NYS 9L About 3½ Miles North Of Glens Falls Queensbury, New York Named For Tom Hammond, A Half Breed Oneida Indian A Thriving Settlement Doing A Large Lumbering Business At Close Of Revolution.
10 James Cameron On Co. Rd. About 5 Miles West Of Warrensburg Thurman, New York Pioneer Woodsman Farmer, Justice Of The Peace, Settled In This Valley In 1773. Buried 100 Feet West Of This Marker.
11 Weber Furlong
New York State Historic Marker
Tuesday, July 23, 2013 The left side of City Hall on 42 Ridge Street Glens Falls, 12801 next to the Sidewalk Glens Falls, New York Weber Furlong (1878 – 1962) One of America's great and influential artists of the twentieth century, Weber Furlong was among the first to champion the Modern art movement. The final years of her life were spent in Glens Falls, where she lived and taught near this site at her Ridge Street studio until her death in 1962. Placed for the Warren County Bicentennial.

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  1. ^ a b "New York State Historic Markers". New York State Historic Markers. New York Museum. 2009-05-05. Archived from the original on 2013-03-24. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)