Historical Markers in
Chemung County, New York

107th New York Volunteers 1776-1796 378 West Church Street A Brief History of the Elmira Popcorn Truck A Civil Rights Victory A National Cemetery System A.M.E. Zion Church Address by President Lincoln AFL-CIO Veterans Monument Augustus W. Cowles Battle of Chemung Chemung Chemung Canal Chemung Canal Feeder Chemung County Korea and Vietnam Monument Chemung County World War I Monument Chemung County World War II Monument Chemung Railway Depot Citizens Cascade Civil War Monument Col. John Hendy Colonel John Hendy Confederate Burials Confederate Burials in the National Cemetery Confederate Soldiers Memorial Crystal Eastman Dewittsburgh Divided Peoples Earliest Methodist Preaching Eldridge Park Elmira Elmira College Elmira Prison Camp 1864 - 1865 Elmira Prison Camp 1864-65 Ernie Davis Fire on the Frontier - 1778 First Settler Fitzsimmons Cemetery Flagstaffs - Newtown Battlefield Gillett Memorial Hall Green Bently Harris Hill Horseheads Horseheads In Honor of Major General John Sullivan John W. Jones John W. Jones Museum Knoll Cemetery Kopernik Line Occupied - Rifle Corps Line of Rude Breastworks Major General John Sullivan Mark Twain Mark Twain in Elmira Mark Twain Study Mark Twain Watering Trough Medal of Honor Monument Military Route Military Route Military Route Miller Cemetery Native Voices Newtown Newtown Battlefield Newtown Battlefield Reservation Newtown Battlefield State Park Newtown Defense Old Chemung Old Ferry Old Second Street Cemetery Pratt House Pulaski Park Rhodes Farm Riverside Cemetery Ross Gilmore Marvin Routes of the Armies of General John Sullivan and General James Clinton Runonvea Shohola Railroad Accident Memorial Soldiers of the American Revolution Soldiers of the American Revolution Spanish War Veterans Sullivan Road Sullivan's Army Encampment The Battle of Newtown The Battle of Newtown The Plank Road The Sullivan Campaign This Ridge This Stone Tompkins Hall Underground Railroad Participants Upon This Spot Stood The Original Flagstaff Veterans Memorial Veterans of All Wars William Mapes Woodlawn Cemetery History Woodlawn National Cemetery World War II Glider Training at Harris Hill World War II Memorial World War Memorial Zim Bandstand