List of New York State Historic Markers in Chemung County, New York

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This is a complete list of New York State Historic Markers in Chemung County, New York.[1]

Listings county-wide[edit]

Marker name[1] Image Date designated Location City or Town Marker text
1 Line Occupied On NYS 17 At Lowman. Ashland, New York Line Occupied Rifle Corps Under General Hand At Opening Of Battle August 29, 1779.
2 Line Of Rude Breastworks At Intrsectn. NYS 17 & 367. Ashland, New York Where British And Indians Disputed Advance Of Sullivan's Army August 29, 1779.
3 Newtown On NYS 17 1 Mi. W. Of Lowman Ashland, New York So Named By General Sullivan Occupied By British And Indians Destroyed By General Sullivan, August 30, 1779.
4 The Ridge On NYS 367 South Of Lowman Ashland, New York Fortified By The British Formed The South Line Of Defence August 29, 1779.
5 First Settler On 17 E 1½ Mi. W. Elmira Big Flats, New York Christian Myneer Built First Log Cabin 1787 And First Frame House And Planted First Orchard In Town Of Big Flats.
6 Runonvea On NYS 17 At Big Flats. Big Flats, New York Runonvea Indian Village Destroyed By Gen. Sullivan August 13, 1779 .
7 Camp Of Gen. Clinton's Brigade On NYS 17 2 Mis. W. Of Chemung. Chemung, New York Camp Of Gen. Clinton's Brigade Sullivan-Clinton Campaign August 28, 1779.
8 Camp Of Gen. Maxwell's Brigade On NYS 17 2 Mis. W. Of Chemung. Chemung, New York Camp Of Gen. Maxwell's Brigade Sullivan-Clinton Campaign August 28, 1779.
9 Chemung River On NYS 17 3 Mis. W. Of Chemung. Chemung, New York Derived Its Name From Big Horn On Tusk Of Mammoth Found In River Before 1757.
10 Military Route On NYS 17 At Chemung. Chemung, New York Military Route Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779.
11 Military Route On NYS 17 Nr. Chemung-Tioga Co. Line . Chemung, New York Military Route Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779.
12 Old Chemung Indian Village On NYS 17 At Chemung. Chemung, New York Old Chemung Indian Village Destroyed By Gen. Sullivan August 13, 1779.
13 Sullivan-Clinton Campaign On NYS 17½ Mi. W. Of Chemung. Chemung, New York Sullivan-Clinton Campaign Army Camp On River Flats To South August 27, 1779.
14 Sullivan Road On NYS 17½ Mi. W. Of Chemung. Chemung, New York Over Narrows Mountain Built For Use Of Sullivan's Army Expedition Against Indians 1779.
15 Dewittsburgh On E. Water St. In Elmira. Elmira, New York Newtown Point Boundary About 1790 Village Named After Moses Dewitt.
16 Encampment On E. Water St. In Elmira. Elmira, New York Encampment Sullivan's Army On Return From Expedition Against The Indians Sept. 24-29, 1779.
17 Mark Twain Study At Edge Of Park Pl. In Elmira. Elmira, New York Built On East Hill 1874 Given To Elmira College In 1952. He Wrote "Tom Sawyer", Other Novels In The Study When Summering In Elmira.
18 Old Ferry In Brand Park In Elmira. Elmira, New York Operated From About 1800 To 1824 Preceded First Bridge.
19 Old Second Street Cemetery N.W. Cnr., College Ave. & W 2Nd St. In Elmira. Elmira, New York 1838–1919, Here Are Buried Pioneers, And Soldiers Of The Revolutionary War, War Of 1812 And The Union Army.
20 Military Route On NYS 13 & NYS 17 In Elmira Heights. Elmira, New York Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Is Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779.
21 Military Route On NYS 17 At Entrance To Newtown Battlefield State Park. Elmira, New York Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Is Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779.
22 Military Route On NYS 14 1 Mi. N. Of Horseheads. Horseheads, New York Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Is Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779.
23 Fitzsimmons Cemetery On NYS 427 So. Of Elmira. Southport, New York Fitzsimmons Cemetery Contains Remains Of Many Pioneers And Members Of Sullivan-Clinton Campaign.
24 Green Bently, 1741–1821 On NYS 14 At Millport. Veteran, New York Served In Sullivan-Clinton Campaign And Was A Pioneer In Millport. Dedicated By Boy Scouts Of Millport.
25 Military Route On NYS 14 At Millport. Veteran, New York Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779.

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