Historical Markers in
Herkimer County, New York

1834 Jail A Bridge for Boats Balloon Farm Bell Purchased 7 May 1831 Benjamin Bowen House Benton Hall Academy Benton’s Landing Brave Defenders Brockett's Bridge Challenger Memorial Culture • Hospitality Daniel Green David L. Bass Dolgeville War Memorial Early Village Burying Ground F.E. Spinner Home Fairfield Academy Fairfield Academy Fenner Farm Fort Dayton Fort Hendrick Fort Herkimer Fort Herkimer Four Wars Fred'ck Staring From This Point Gen. Nicholas Herkimer General Herkimer Camped Near This Spot. General Herkimer Takes Command General Nicholas Herkimer General Nicholas Herkimer Monument General Nicholas Herkimer's Mansion General Nicolas Herrhheimer Glennmore Hotel Heinrich Staring Henrich Staring Here Was Born Nicholas Herkimer Herkimer Home State Historic Site Herkimer Homestead Cemetery Herkimer Little-Falls Area Honor Roll Ilion Great War Memorial Ilon Civil War Memorial In Grateful Memory In Memory of the Men Innovation • Industry Ira & Joe Walker Blacksmith Shop 1798 Italian Oven John Faville Lake Shore Limited Wreck Lieutenant Adam F. Helmer Lincoln's Gettysburg Address Linus Yale Little Falls Maltanner Creek Mary Myers Masonic Lodge Masonic Temple Middleville War Memorial Mohawk River Mohawk Upper Castle Mohawk War Memorial Mohawk’s First Fire Station Mohawk’s First Public School Municipal Building Annex New Petersburgh Fort Newport Stone Arch Bridge Newport War Memorials Nicholas Herkimer Norway Baptist Church Old Forge, N.Y. Old State Road Owen D. Young Petrie’s Corners Potash Factory Public Library Revolution in the Mohawk Valley Revolution in the Mohawk Valley Route of the Little Falls Canal Shaping the City Site of Fort Herkimer Site of The Battle of Oriskany Station Site Steuben Memorial The Bateau The Cheese Business The Italian Community Bake Oven The Palatines The Street Cheese Market The Thirty-Fourth Regiment The World's Best Cheddar The Yale Lock Town of Norway Honor Roll Town of Salisbury War Memorial Trail of Scout Train Wreck Trinity Church Utica Area Veterans Memorial in Middleville Where Lt. Solomon Woodworth and His Men Fell Window on the Past Wohleben House