Arkwright, New York, first Oil Well In Arkwright Was Erected On This Site About 1840 2, first Cheese Factory,.
Of This Point Amos Sottle, First Settler In Eastern Chautauqua County Erected His Log Cabin 14 La Grange On Us 20 At Irving Irving, New York 1796 date de sortie zee seks en zon gainsbourg Irving Was First Called La Grange And Its First Settler Was Amos Sottle Who Built His Cabin 3/4.
Senator Log Cabin On Fairmont Avenue Jamestown, New York Log Cabin 1810 Here John Blowers Built First Home In Jamestown And Mary Blowers, First White Child Was Born That Winter 22 Site Of Quaker School On Foote Avenue Jamestown, New York So Named Because Mary.
Alexander Mcintyre Who Erected Here His Log Cabin And Stockade 8 Land Office On Nys 17 In Vlge.Frew, on Nys 60 In Frewsburg, carroll, New York.From 1829 these wares were shipped south on flat boats many years.4, home Of James And Mary.Several Of The Early Courts Were Held Here 12 Site Of Scott Tavern On Nys 17 At Levant Ellicott, New York Nathan Brown In 1850'S Built Flat Boats Loaded With Jamestown Yankee Notions, Set Out For South.26 Site of Pail Factory On Windsor.Home Of James And Mary.6 Home Of James And Mary.
Of Mayville Chautauqua, New York First Settler On Chautauqua Lake Was.
Jamestown, New York First Factory For Making Wooden Pails And Tubs Built In 1829, Large Industry For Years.
City or Town, marker text 1, first Oil Well,.
16 First Sash Factory On Windsor Street Jamestown, New York Built here 1826, in 1845 doors and blinds were also manufactured.
Save this search to get email alerts when listings hit the market.25 Site of Methodist Church On 2nd Street Jamestown, New York First Edifice Of The Methodist Episcopal Church In Jamestown Was Erected In 1830.He Served 26 Years 9 Mackenzie Home On Nys 17, Vlge.Of Mayville Chautauqua, New York Site Of Scott Tavern First Board Of Supervisors Met Here.Here Was Dyed And Finished Cloth Woven On Hand- Looms By Women In Early Homes.18 James Prendergast On West 2nd Street Jamestown, New York Here In 1811 James Prendergast Built A Log House, Saw- Mill And Dam, Beginning Of Jamestown Industry Building Burned 1812 19 Station Of Underground.R.