List of New York State Historic Sites

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This is a list of New York State Historic Sites (SHS). It includes 40 state-designated historic sites and parks managed by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.[1][2] Twenty-two sites also are National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) of the United States and are described further in List of National Historic Landmarks in New York.[3] The 18 SHS that are not NHLs may be of national importance and be NHL-eligible but, as state-owned and -administered sites, may have less need for additional protection; or may be of state, but not national, importance.[citation needed]

[4] Site name
Image Date of SHS listing Location County NHL? Description
1 Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site Bennington Battlefield State Historic Site 30May2008.jpg Walloomsac Rensselaer Yes
2 John Brown Farm State Historic Site House at John Brown's Farm.jpg North Elba Essex Yes Part of the John Brown Farm and Gravesite NHL
3 John Burroughs Memorial State Historic Site John Burrough Boyhood rock.jpg Roxbury Delaware Yes Part of the Woodchuck Lodge NHL
4 Caumsett State Historic Park Caumsett SP Caumsett Hall.jpg Lloyd Harbor Suffolk No Estate home of Marshall Field III. Park includes a formally designated bird conservation area.[5]
5 Clermont State Historic Site Clermont-manor.jpg Clermont Columbia Yes Part of the Clermont Manor NHL.
6 Clinton House State Historic Site Clinton house poughkeepsie 2007 03 18.jpg Poughkeepsie Dutchess No
7 Crailo State Historic Site Fort Crailo 2010.jpg Rensselaer Rensselaer Yes Part of the Fort Crailo NHL.
8 Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park
Croton Aqueduct Tower 16 Irvington New York.jpg
Westchester Yes
9 Crown Point State Historic Site British Fort at Crown Point.jpg Crown Point Essex Yes Part of Fort Crown Point NHL and Fort Frederic NHL
10 Old Erie Canal State Historic Park The Old Erie Canal and its towpath at Kirkville, New York, within Old Erie Canal State Historic Park. Madison, Oneida, Onondaga No A 36-mile (58 km) linear park on the Long Level section of the original Erie Canal, between DeWitt and Rome
11 Ganondagan State Historic Site Ganondagan-house.jpg Victor Ontario Yes Part of the Boughton Hill NHL
12 Grant Cottage State Historic Site GrantCottageMountMcGregor.JPG Wilton Saratoga No
13 Guy Park State Historic Site Old Guy Park House, Amsterdam, NY.jpg Amsterdam Montgomery No Closed to the public in 2011 due to flood damage from Hurricane Irene.[6]
14 Herkimer Home State Historic Site Herkimer House 2009.jpg Danube Herkimer No
15 Hyde Hall State Historic Site HydeHall front december2007.jpg Springfield Otsego Yes
16 Jay Estate The Jay Estate in Rye, NY.jpg Rye Westchester Yes Part of the Boston Post Road Historic District
17 John Jay Homestead State Historic Site John Jay Homestead 2007.jpg Katonah Westchester Yes Part of the John Jay House NHL
18 Johnson Hall State Historic Site Johnson Hall, Johnstown, NY.jpg Johnstown Fulton Yes
19 Knox's Headquarters State Historic Site Knox's Headquarters.jpg New Windsor Orange Yes
20 Lorenzo State Historic Site LorenzoCaz.JPG Cazenovia Madison No
21 Darwin Martin House State Historic Site Darwin D. Martin House.jpg Buffalo Erie Yes
22 Fort Montgomery State Historic Site FTMontgomeryVisitorCenter.jpg Fort Montgomery Orange Yes
23 Old Fort Niagara State Historic Site French castle at Fort Niagara 2.JPG Youngstown Niagara Yes Part of the Colonial Niagara NHL
24 New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site New Windsor Cantonment.jpg Vails Gate Orange No
25 Olana State Historic Site Olana, August 2015.jpg Greenport Columbia Yes Part of the Frederic Church House NHL
26 Fort Ontario State Historic Site Fort Ontario 4.jpg Oswego Oswego No Fort held by the British until 1796; previous forts on site burned by Indians or Americans; only U.S. refuge of Jewish refugees during World War II
27 Oriskany Battlefield State Historic Site
OriskanyBattlefield monument December2007.jpg
Oriskany Oneida Yes
28 Philipse Manor State Historic Site Philipse Manor Hall.jpg Yonkers Westchester Yes
29 Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park CoeHall5579.JPG Oyster Bay Nassau No
30 National Purple Heart Hall of Honor National Purple Heart Hall of Honor.jpg New Windsor Orange No
31 Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site SACKETTS HARBOR BATTLEFIELD.jpg Sackets Harbor Jefferson No
32 Schoharie Crossing State Historic Site ErieCanalSchoharieCrossing HAER cropped.jpg Glen Montgomery Yes Part of the Erie Canal NHL
33 Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site Schuyler Mansion Panorama Left.jpg Albany Albany Yes
34 Senate House State Historic Site Kingston-senate-house.jpg Kingston Ulster No
35 Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park Sonnenburg Mansion, Canandaigua, New York.jpg Canandaigua Ontario No
36 Staatsburgh State Historic Site Staatsburgh state historic site dutchess 2007 02 15.jpg Staatsburg Dutchess No Site includes a bird conservation area.[5]
37 Steuben Memorial State Historic Site Baron von Steuben Monumental Tomb Jul 10.jpg Steuben Oneida No
38 Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site Stony Point State Park.jpg Stony Point Rockland Yes
39 Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site WALT WHITMAN HOUSE.jpg Huntington Station Suffolk No
40 Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site Washington's Headquarters Newburgh NY.jpg Newburgh Orange Yes

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "New York State Assembly Bill A03290 - New York State Park System Act". New York State Assembly. January 22, 2015. Retrieved April 20, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Historic Site Search Results". NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation. Retrieved May 17, 2016. 
  3. ^ Twenty-three National Historic Landmarks in New York listed show State Historic Sites designation. The Crown Point State Historic Site includes two separately listed National Historic Landmarks: Fort Crown Point NHL and Fort Frederic NHL.
  4. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other National Register of Historic Places buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  5. ^ a b "Bird Conservation Areas". NYS OPRHP. Retrieved 18 September 2016. 
  6. ^ Leyden, Liz (September 1, 2011). "Manor That Has Stood for Centuries Teeters in Storm's Wake". The New York Times. Retrieved April 20, 2016. 

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