4 edition of The Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad found in the catalog.
The Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad
Lucinda M. Parker
|Other titles||The Little Falls and Dolgeville Railroad.|
|Statement||by Lucinda M. Parker.|
|LC Classifications||TF25.L58 P37 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||87122591|
The Brooklyn Company kept a presence to maintain the property. There were four rooms for patients and it was opened in November, In knit goods and hosiery industries here employed 2, operatives. While the Rev. Some logs were removed, but the railroad remained in bad shape and was never used. Teall, President; Austin C.
In its valley at Salisbury is an iron mine which was worked for years but which is now abandoned. Explanation of photos. Judge Benton was. This school building was used untilwhen a contract was awarded to C.
In the settlers of this growing village formed the Concord Society and built on Church Street where the present schoolhouse stands the old Octagon Church, which here served Protestants of all sects, and which was a famous landmark for travelers. Sabin's museum. William Farrell, missing off Saipan, January 22, Waite and Mrs. The construction of the Barge canal here in its rock channel around the Little Falls of the Mohawk and the building of the big lock were engineering feats which were successfully accomplished between andwhen this section of the canal was opened.
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In Lock 17 was lined with steel, and in recent years new gates have been installed. Weir city editor, Gloria Lawrence society editor, Robert Stack sports editor, Howard Moore com posing room foreman and Robert Holmberg press room foreman.
Although cheese was made north of Little Falls as early ascheesemaking first became and important The Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad book industry after the opening of the Erie canal in The first patient had typhoid fever, so the opening was delayed.
Judge Loomis also left a fund of five thousand dollars for the purchase of additional law books, thus making the collection The Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad book more valuable and useful as the years go by.
The paper continued, under various owners, until January 1,when it was sold to Jean Stebbins, who consolidated it with hi' Herkimer County Journal as the "Journal and Courier. Barent Bleeker, agent for the Ellices in Albany, was treasurer of the old Inland Canal, which was sold to the state and used as a feeder for the Erie.
When the Mohawk Valley was formed, at the end of the coal period, Fall Hill at Little Falls formed the divide between the Great Lakes basin and the Atlantic seaboard, and then East Creek formed the headwater stream of the Mohawk.
Near-by residents phoned to the police and ambulances and doctors and nurses were mobilized from Little Falls, from Herkimer, which is six miles away; from Utica, thirty miles distant, and from Ilion and other surrounding towns.
Smith, who when he died left his residence to the Little Falls Public Librarywhich had but shortly before his death been incorporated under the regents of New York State. During the winter of there was a constant stream of army trucks passing through, and the drivers spent the night at the Y.
Little Falls Indian Raid, British and American Army Portage. The reason that I recall this - at some point in the mid s maybe there were one or two "exhibition" trains from Little Falls to Morris.
On May 12,Dr. Birthplace of Gen. Thomas Schenk St. On the busiest corner of the city, Mr.
They reached home between three and four o'clock the following morning. Some logs were removed, but the railroad remained in bad shape and was never used. About the boats were portaged here on stone boats and rough sleds and later on wide wheeled wagons.
Several members of this local company donated large blocks of their property to form the East and West parks of the present attractive city park system. The Mohawk Indians called the rocky site of Little Falls As-to-ren-ga, "place of rocks," and Tal-e-que-ga, "little bushes," referring to the scrub cedars which covered the rocks.
The Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad book about until the close of the War ofthe Little Falls carry was used by Colonial British and later American armies in transporting ordnance and supplies up and down the Mohawk.Reference the current page of this Book.
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Visit galisend.com and browse 0 guest reviews and 17 property photos for Little Falls, New York bed and breakfast accommodations. DOLGEVILLE – Roy H. (Bud) Youker, 88 of Slawson Street, Dolgeville passed away Friday, August 8, at the Alpine Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Little Falls where he had been a resident since April of He was born on June 12, in Oppenheim, NY the son of the late Roy H.
and Evangeline (Thompson) Youker, Sr. He was a graduate of Dolgeville High School.A Collection of Short Stories about Railroads – Book Two. Under the pdf of the pdf, the Little Falls and Dolgeville Railroad Company agreed to pay the sum of $ for each car passing over the line, the amounts so paid to be considered as installments for the purchase of the capital stock of the Dolgeville and Salisbury.Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad.
NYC - Ransom Creek Trestle (Herkimer County, New York) Builtabandonedremoved prior to Lost Warren deck truss with alternating verticals bridge over Ransom Creek on Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad Removed but not replaced.Little Falls & Ebook Railroad.
NYC - Ransom Creek Trestle (Herkimer County, New York) Builtabandonedremoved prior to Lost Warren deck truss with alternating verticals bridge over Ransom Creek on Little Falls & Dolgeville Railroad Removed but not replaced.