Historical Markers in
Greene County, New York

1635 English Lawyer 1785 1808 Sayre Home 90th Anniversary of Rip Van Winkle Bridge A. Van Loon House Art Flick Athens Veterans Memorial Bell Factory Benjamin Spees Bethel AME Brandy Hill Bronck House Bronck Museum Burns-Curran Maintenance Facility Cairo Fairgrounds Capt. Joseph Allen Catskill Mountains Catskill Walking Tour Col. Zadock Pratt County Farm Coxsackie Coxsackie World War II Memorial Cross Here and Save Time Depot Drill Grounds Early Church Early Sawmill Edwin L. Drake First Log House First Log House First School Footpath General George Decker Greenville Grist Mill Haines Falls Haines Falls Honor Roll Hamlet of Alsen Hamlet of Cementon Heermance Library Honor Roll Hop-O-Nose Hunter Hunter Hunter War Memorial In Honor In Memory In Tribute To Jan Van Loon House Jefferson Heights War Memorial John E. Lawe Kaaterskill Falls Manor House Martin Van Buren Massacre 1790 Meeting House Hill Mowers House Newell Inn Northrup House Oak Hill Cemetery Oak Hill Historic District Oak Hill Malleable Iron Co. Old Inn One Hundredth Anniversary Pachquiack Paper Mill Pratt Rock Pride Flag R.R. Disaster Railway Bridge Recycled Plastic Bridge Reed’s Landing Reformed Church Reformed Low Dutch Church Rev. Johannes Schuneman Rip Van Winkle Rip Van Winkle Trail Round Top South Cairo Depot Stanton Hill State Land State Land State Land Stone Bridge Stone House Susquehanna Turnpike Talmage-Atwater Tannersville Tannersville Tannersville School Ground Improvements The Bronck Burying Ground The Bronck Family The Bronck Farm The Catskills The Coxsackie Resolutions The Hudson River Greenway Water Trail The Kiersted Tannery The Mrs. Osborn House The World War Thirteen Side Barn Thurlow Weed Town of Cairo Town of Hunter World War Memorial Town of Lexington War Memorial Trinity Church Ulster & Delaware Railroad Station Uncle Sam Uncle Sam Bridge Village Cemetery Wanatonka Island Welcome to the Kaaterskill Rail Trail Welcome to the Kaaterskill Rail Trail World War World War World War II Memorial Zion Lutheran Church “First House On The Hill”