Historical Markers in
Oneida County, New York

1,000 Feet East of Here 1799 1st Presbyterian Church A Clash of Cultures A Final Attempt A Grist Mill Aftermath of a Tragedy Alliances Drawn Ambush Started Here Anchor Artillerymen At This Point Bagg's Tavern Baptist Church Baron Steuben Baron Steuben Baron Von Steuben: Father of the American Infantry Birth Place of George Eastman Birthplace of Dr. Asa Gray Birthplace of Dr. Asa Gray Birthplace of Samuels Eells Black River Canal Black River Canal Boonville Boonville Historic District Bridgewater Brigadier General Peter Gansevoort, Jr. Bristol - Myers Company British Trenches Camden Campaign of 1777 Campaign of 1777 Camroden Church Capt. Simeon Woodruff Casimir Pulaski Cassety Hollow Chenango Canal Christopher P. Destito Clark Mills Clinton Village Historic District Clinton's Ditch Commandant’s Quarters Deansboro Depot Discover how courage, survival, and success against the odds shaped history... During the siege of Fort Stanwix Aug. 1777 Elihu Root Erie Canal Erie Canal Enlargement Everett Holmes Family Quarters First Baptist First Baptist Church First Grist Mill First Presbyterian Church First Sermon Florence Floyd Fort Bull Fort Bull Fort Craven Fort Stanwix Fort Williams Foundry From Obscure Grave Site to Public Memorial Fuller Farm Futile Approach General Baron Frederick William von Steuben General Herkimer Marched Past This Spot General Herkimer's Troops German-American Organizations Ginko Biloba Governor Horatio Seymour Grave of Capt. Adj. George Marsden Guard Duty Hamilton College Harding Farm Henry W. Halleck Here the Battle of Oriskany Was Fought Historic Lower Landing Place I Will Face The Enemy In Honor of Walter D. Edmonds (1903-1998) In Memory of All Revolutionary Soldiers In the Valley homes was great mourning James Dean Home James Schoolcraft Sherman Jedediah Sanger Jervis Homestead Jervis Library Jervis Public Library Jesse Williams Jonathan A. Steuben Junior Officers’ Quarters Justus Henry Rathbone Kirkland College Lock Company Lt. Col Stephen Moulton Sr. Mission Church Missionary’s Quarters Moulton Cemetery N.Y.S. Music Camp Near This Spot Near This Spot Nine Miles to Utica North Gage Old Burying Ground Old Burying Ground On August 5, 1777 Oneida County Spanish-American War Memorial Orderly Room Oriskany War Memorial Partnership for Preservation Patriots of the Revolutionary War Paying Tribute to the Baron Post House, 1817 Powder Magazine Pratt House Preserving a Memorial Park Relief for Fort Stanwix Revolutionary Battlefields Rome Rome Court House Rome's Italian Heritage Sacred Grove Samson Occom Grave Site Samuel Sizer Sangerfield Scriba Patent Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy Site of the Battle of Oriskany Site of The Battle of Oriskany Site of Woolen Mill Soldiers’ Quarters: Barracks Building Soldiers’ Quarters: Casemate Southwest Bombproof: Storeroom and Siege Hospital Stars & Stripes First Flew in Battle Steuben Steuben Grant Steuben Memorial Steuben Memorial Steuben State Memorial Park Steuben State Memorial Park Stone Church Summit Park Surgeon’s Day Room Suttler The Ambush The Ambush: August 6, 1777 The Central N.Y. School for the Deaf The Erie Canal - July 4, 1817 The Fort Community... The Gateway between East and West.... The Great Ford of the Mohawk The Military Road The military road and the ravine The Oneida Carrying Place The Oneida Country The Oriskany Battle Monument The Rally The Rear Guard of General Herkimers Army The Site of Old Fort Schuyler The Site of Old Fort Schuyler Their voices heard... This Monument This Park To The Unknown Patriotic Soldiers of Tryon County Tomb of Baron Steuben Town of Floyd Town of Paris Great War Memorial U.S. Arsenal Unknown Soldiers Unrealized Expectations Upper Landing Place Utica Utica Area Utica Area Utica Civil War Memorial Utica, Clinton & Binghamton R.R. Vernon Bank Visiting Officers’ Lodging Walking on an ancient trail... Washington Tract Water for the Garrison Waterville Civil War Memorial Welcome to Oriskany Battlefield Welcome to Westmoreland Welsh Congregational Church Whitestown Willett Bridge “Alley Oop”