National Register of Historic Places listings in Essex County, New York


National Register of Historic Places listings in Essex County, New York
Location of Essex County in New York

List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Essex County, New York

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Essex County, New York. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in a Google map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1] Seven of the properties and districts are further designated National Historic Landmarks and are indicated by light blue color in the table below.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 18, 2011.[2]


Contents: Counties in New York
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Listings county-wide

[3] Landmark name Image Date listed Location City or town Summary
1 Adirondack Forest Preserve
Adirondack Forest Preserve
01966-10-15October 15, 1966 NE New York State
43°58′43″N 74°18′42″W / 43.978611°N 74.311667°W / 43.978611; -74.311667 (Adirondack Forest Preserve)
All of Essex county is in the six million acre (24,000 km²) Adirondack Park.
2 Adirondack Iron and Steel Company
Adirondack Iron and Steel Company
01977-10-05October 5, 1977 Upper Works Rd.
44°04′41″N 74°03′22″W / 44.078056°N 74.056111°W / 44.078056; -74.056111 (Adirondack Iron and Steel Company)
Tahawus The remains of the "Upper Works" iron foundry that date back to 1826. Iron from the site was contaminated with titanium, which, together with its isolation, made for an unprofitable venture.
3 Adsit Log House 01992-08-18August 18, 1992 Point Rd. N of Ligonier Pt.
44°25′18″N 73°22′35″W / 44.421667°N 73.376389°W / 44.421667; -73.376389 (Adsit Log House)
Willsboro Built by an American Revolutionary War veteran, one of oldest log cabins in the United States that still exists in its original location
4 Abraham Aiken House 01989-06-08June 8, 1989 NY 22/Lakeshore Rd.
44°20′36″N 73°21′46″W / 44.343333°N 73.362778°W / 44.343333; -73.362778 (Abraham Aiken House)
Willsboro
5 Amherst Avenue Historic District 01989-06-16June 16, 1989 322-340 Amherst Ave.
43°50′38″N 73°25′34″W / 43.843889°N 73.426111°W / 43.843889; -73.426111 (Amherst Avenue Historic District)
Ticonderoga
6 Ausable Club
Ausable Club
02005-07-06July 6, 2005 137 Ausable Rd.
44°09′07″N 73°46′51″W / 44.151944°N 73.780833°W / 44.151944; -73.780833 (Ausable Club)
St. Huberts The 1890 clubhouse of the Adirondack Mountain Reserve, which was formed in 1887 to save 25,000 acres (100 km2) of the Adirondack High Peaks from lumbering. The Reserve once owned most of the High Peaks; it still owns 7,000 acres (28 km2), and provides public access to many high peaks trails.
7 Beer's Bridge Beers Bridge, Keene Valley, New York.JPG 01999-11-12 November 12, 1999 Private Rd. off NY 73 over AuSable R.
44°10′11″N 73°46′57″W / 44.16972°N 73.7825°W / 44.16972; -73.7825 (Beer's Bridge)
Keene Valley
8 Black Watch Library
Black Watch Library
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 161 Montcalm St.
43°50′54″N 73°25′34″W / 43.848333°N 73.426111°W / 43.848333; -73.426111 (Black Watch Library)
Ticonderoga
9 Bogie Cottage
Bogie Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 59 Franklin St.
44°19′30″N 74°07′33″W / 44.325°N 74.125833°W / 44.325; -74.125833 (Bogie Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1908, American Craftsman-inspired "cure cottage"
10 John Brown Farm and Gravesite
John Brown Farm and Gravesite
01972-06-19June 19, 1972 John Brown Rd.
44°14′58″N 73°58′23″W / 44.249444°N 73.973056°W / 44.249444; -73.973056 (John Brown Farm and Gravesite)
Lake Placid The home from 1849, and final resting place, of abolitionist John Brown.
11 H. G. Burleigh House 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 307 Champlain Ave.
43°50′45″N 73°25′27″W / 43.845833°N 73.424167°W / 43.845833; -73.424167 (H. G. Burleigh House)
Ticonderoga
12 Camp Dudley Road Historic District 01993-10-21October 21, 1993 Roughly bounded by NY 22, Stacy Br., Lake Champlain and the Westport village line
44°09′15″N 73°25′04″W / 44.154167°N 73.417778°W / 44.154167; -73.417778 (Camp Dudley Road Historic District)
Westport
13 Camp Santanoni
Camp Santanoni
01987-04-03April 3, 1987 N of NY 28N
43°59′35″N 74°08′45″W / 43.993056°N 74.145833°W / 43.993056; -74.145833 (Camp Santanoni)
Newcomb A 13,000-acre (53 km2) preserve and Adirondack Great Camp established between 1892 and 1905 by Albany banker and businessman Robert C. Pruyn.
14 Central Powerhouse 01995-06-01June 1, 1995 Jct. of Tracy Rd. and New Bed Rd., SE corner, Town of Moriah
44°05′23″N 73°32′13″W / 44.089722°N 73.536944°W / 44.089722; -73.536944 (Central Powerhouse)
Witherbee
15 Central School 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 324 Champlain Ave.
43°50′40″N 73°25′25″W / 43.844444°N 73.423611°W / 43.844444; -73.423611 (Central School)
Ticonderoga
16 CHAMPLAIN II Shipwreck
CHAMPLAIN II Shipwreck
01997-09-15September 15, 1997 Address Restricted
44°12′21″N 73°22′39″W / 44.205833°N 73.3775°W / 44.205833; -73.3775 (CHAMPLAIN II Shipwreck)
Westport
17 Church of the Nazarene 01973-06-19June 19, 1973 W of Essex on NY 22
44°18′07″N 73°24′07″W / 44.301944°N 73.401944°W / 44.301944; -73.401944 (Church of the Nazarene)
Essex Built in 1855 as St. John's Episcopal Church, it became the Union Church at Boquet Chapel in 1880, the Church of the Nazarene in 1949 and Foothills Baptist Church in 2005.[4]
18 Clark House (Ticonderoga)
Clark House (Ticonderoga)
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 331 Montcalm St.
43°50′54″N 73°26′32″W / 43.848333°N 73.442222°W / 43.848333; -73.442222 (Clark House (Ticonderoga))
Ticonderoga
19 Peyton Clark Cottage
Peyton Clark Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 9 Rockledge Rd.
44°19′48″N 74°07′21″W / 44.33°N 74.1225°W / 44.33; -74.1225 (Peyton Clark Cottage)
Saranac Lake (St. Armand) A 1915 large, Tudor-style, 2 and 1/2 story "cure cottage" designed by William H. Scopes. The owner was a civil engineer whose wife had tuberculosis.
20 Community Building
Community Building
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 Montcalm and Champlain Sts.
43°50′54″N 73°26′18″W / 43.848333°N 73.438333°W / 43.848333; -73.438333 (Community Building)
Ticonderoga
21 Coulter Cottage
Coulter Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 34 Shepard Ave.
44°19′32″N 74°07′35″W / 44.325556°N 74.126389°W / 44.325556; -74.126389 (Coulter Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A two and 1/2 story "cure cottage" designed by William L. Coulter and built between 1897 and 1899 as his residence.
22 Clayton H. Delano House
Clayton H. Delano House
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 25 Father Jogues Pl.
43°50′50″N 73°25′37″W / 43.847222°N 73.426944°W / 43.847222; -73.426944 (Clayton H. Delano House)
Ticonderoga
23 Crandall Marine Railway
Crandall Marine Railway
02011-05-04May 4, 2011 11 Dry Dock Lane
43°48′27″N 73°26′55″W / 43.8075°N 73.448611°W / 43.8075; -73.448611 (Crandall Marine Railway)
Ticonderoga vicinity New listing; refnum 11000251
24 Delaware & Hudson Railroad Depot
Delaware & Hudson Railroad Depot
01995-06-01June 1, 1995 Park Pl., Town of Moriah
44°02′33″N 73°27′31″W / 44.0425°N 73.458611°W / 44.0425; -73.458611 (Delaware & Hudson Railroad Depot)
Port Henry Stone 1888 D&H station also used as community meeting place and senior center
25 Delaware & Hudson Railroad Depot - Ticonderoga
Delaware & Hudson Railroad Depot - Ticonderoga
01992-04-09April 9, 1992 126 Champlain Avenue
43°50′51″N 73°25′22″W / 43.8475°N 73.422778°W / 43.8475; -73.422778 (Delaware & Hudson Railroad Depot - Ticonderoga)
Ticonderoga An intact 1913 Prairie-style Railroad Station
26 Denny Cottage
Denny Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 76 Bloomingdale Ave.
44°20′24″N 74°07′38″W / 44.34°N 74.127222°W / 44.34; -74.127222 (Denny Cottage)
Saranac Lake (St. Armand) A "cure cottage" built about 1910.
27 Double-Span Metal Pratt Truss Bridge
Double-Span Metal Pratt Truss Bridge
01983-05-20May 20, 1983 AuSable St.
44°30′01″N 73°29′07″W / 44.500278°N 73.485278°W / 44.500278; -73.485278 (Double-Span Metal Pratt Truss Bridge)
Keeseville
28 Edgewater Farm 01988-02-17February 17, 1988 470 Point Rd.
44°24′05″N 73°23′04″W / 44.401389°N 73.384444°W / 44.401389; -73.384444 (Edgewater Farm)
Willsboro Point
29 Essex County Fairgrounds
Essex County Fairgrounds
02005-09-07September 7, 2005 3 Sisco St.
44°11′11″N 73°26′56″W / 44.186389°N 73.448889°W / 44.186389; -73.448889 (Essex County Fairgrounds)
Westport
30 Essex County Home and Farm 01982-09-23September 23, 1982 SW of Whallonsburg on NY 22
44°15′23″N 73°24′38″W / 44.256389°N 73.410556°W / 44.256389; -73.410556 (Essex County Home and Farm)
Whallonsburg
31 Essex Village Historic District 01975-05-28May 28, 1975 Town of Essex and surroundings on W bank of Lake Champlain
44°18′44″N 73°21′10″W / 44.312222°N 73.352778°W / 44.312222; -73.352778 (Essex Village Historic District)
Essex
32 Fallon Cottage Annex
Fallon Cottage Annex
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 31 Franklin St.
44°19′36″N 74°07′34″W / 44.326667°N 74.126111°W / 44.326667; -74.126111 (Fallon Cottage Annex)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1901 "cure cottage".[5]
33 Ferris House 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 16 Carillon Rd.
43°50′25″N 73°25′23″W / 43.840278°N 73.423056°W / 43.840278; -73.423056 (Ferris House)
Ticonderoga
34 First Congregational and Presbyterian Society Church of Westport 01988-12-19December 19, 1988 Main St./CR 10
44°13′50″N 73°27′33″W / 44.230556°N 73.459167°W / 44.230556; -73.459167 (First Congregational and Presbyterian Society Church of Westport)
Westport
35 First Congregational Church and Cemetery 02005-01-05January 5, 2005 NY 9 at Elizabeth-Lewis Rd.
44°16′40″N 73°34′05″W / 44.277778°N 73.568056°W / 44.277778; -73.568056 (First Congregational Church and Cemetery)
Lewis
36 Flat Rock Camp 02006-07-26July 26, 2006 7 Willsboro Point Rd.
44°22′34″N 73°22′14″W / 44.376111°N 73.370556°W / 44.376111; -73.370556 (Flat Rock Camp)
Willsboro An Adirondack Great Camp
37 Fort Crown Point
Fort Crown Point
01968-11-24November 24, 1968 Crown Point Reservation, SW of Lake Champlain Bridge and NY 8
44°00′21″N 73°25′42″W / 44.005833°N 73.428333°W / 44.005833; -73.428333 (Fort Crown Point)
Crown Point A British fort built in 1759 to secure the region against the French.
38 Fort St. Frederic
Fort St. Frederic
01966-10-15October 15, 1966 Jct. of NY 8 and 9N
44°01′43″N 73°25′22″W / 44.028611°N 73.422778°W / 44.028611; -73.422778 (Fort St. Frederic)
Crown Point A French fort started in 1734 to gain control of the New France/Vermont border region in the Lake Champlain Valley. The walls were twelve feet thick and four stories high, with cannons on each level, manned by over a thousand officers and men.[6]
39 Fort Ticonderoga
Fort Ticonderoga
01966-10-15October 15, 1966 2.5 mi (4.0 km). S of Ticonderoga on NY 22
43°50′00″N 73°23′45″W / 43.833333°N 73.395833°W / 43.833333; -73.395833 (Fort Ticonderoga)
Ticonderoga A large 18th-century fort built by the French starting in 1755 that controlled both commonly used trade routes between the English-controlled Hudson River Valley and the French-controlled Saint Lawrence River Valley. It played a part in the American Revolutionary War.
40 Frazier Bridge 01998-12-17December 17, 1998 Champlain Ave., at Lachute R.
43°51′01″N 73°25′21″W / 43.850278°N 73.4225°W / 43.850278; -73.4225 (Frazier Bridge)
Ticonderoga
41 Samson Fried Estate 01987-02-26February 26, 1987 NY 74
43°52′32″N 73°42′54″W / 43.875556°N 73.715°W / 43.875556; -73.715 (Samson Fried Estate)
Severance
42 Gilligan and Stevens Block 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 115 Montclam St.
43°50′56″N 73°25′30″W / 43.848889°N 73.425°W / 43.848889; -73.425 (Gilligan and Stevens Block)
Ticonderoga
43 Hancock House
Hancock House
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 Montcalm and Wicker Sts.
43°50′54″N 73°26′06″W / 43.848333°N 73.435°W / 43.848333; -73.435 (Hancock House)
Ticonderoga
44 Hand-Hale Historic District
Hand-Hale Historic District
01979-03-05March 5, 1979 River and Maple Sts.
44°12′54″N 73°35′19″W / 44.215°N 73.588611°W / 44.215; -73.588611 (Hand-Hale Historic District)
Elizabethtown
45 Highland Park Historic District
Highland Park Historic District
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 Roughly, Park Ave. from Military Rd. to 170 Park Ave.
44°20′10″N 74°07′32″W / 44.336111°N 74.125556°W / 44.336111; -74.125556 (Highland Park Historic District)
Saranac Lake (St. Armand) Seventeen private, single-family homes built between 1896 and 1930; most include "cure cottage" features.
46 Hill Cottage
Hill Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 36 Franklin Ave.
44°19′36″N 74°07′32″W / 44.326667°N 74.125556°W / 44.326667; -74.125556 (Hill Cottage)
Saranac Lake (Harrietstown) A 1913 Craftsman-style "cure cottage".
47 Hubbard Hall
Hubbard Hall
01999-01-21January 21, 1999 Court St.
44°12′56″N 73°35′33″W / 44.215556°N 73.5925°W / 44.215556; -73.5925 (Hubbard Hall)
Elizabethtown Burned to the ground, 1/2011[7]
48 Hurricane Mountain Fire Observation Station
Hurricane Mountain Fire Observation Station
02007-01-29January 29, 2007 Hurricane Mountain Summit
44°14′06″N 73°42′38″W / 44.235°N 73.710556°W / 44.235; -73.710556 (Hurricane Mountain Fire Observation Station)
Keene A 35-foot (11 m) fire tower built in 1919 on 3,964-foot (1,208 m) Hurricane Mountain.
49 Ironville Historic District 01974-12-27December 27, 1974 Area surrounding Ironville including Furnace St. and Penfield Pond
43°55′17″N 73°32′07″W / 43.921389°N 73.535278°W / 43.921389; -73.535278 (Ironville Historic District)
Ironville
50 Keene Valley Library
Keene Valley Library
02000-12-13December 13, 2000 Main St.
44°11′25″N 73°47′11″W / 44.190278°N 73.786389°W / 44.190278; -73.786389 (Keene Valley Library)
Keene Valley
51 Keeseville Historic District
Keeseville Historic District
01983-05-20May 20, 1983 Roughly bounded by Vine, Chesterfield, Clinton, Hill, Pleasant, Front, and Beech Sts.
44°30′16″N 73°28′58″W / 44.504444°N 73.482778°W / 44.504444; -73.482778 (Keeseville Historic District)
Keeseville
52 Kennedy Cottage
Kennedy Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 26 Shepard St.
44°19′37″N 74°07′36″W / 44.326944°N 74.126667°W / 44.326944; -74.126667 (Kennedy Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1987 "cure cottage" that was used by the National Vaudeville Artists Philanthropic Association prior to the construction of the Will Rogers Hospital.
53 Lake George Avenue Historic District
Lake George Avenue Historic District
01989-06-16June 16, 1989 301-331 Lake George Ave.
43°50′44″N 73°25′43″W / 43.845556°N 73.428611°W / 43.845556; -73.428611 (Lake George Avenue Historic District)
Ticonderoga
54 Lane Cottage
Lane Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 4 Rockledge Rd.
44°19′47″N 74°07′22″W / 44.329722°N 74.122778°W / 44.329722; -74.122778 (Lane Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1923 "cure cottage" built by Edward Shaw for his wife, who had tuberculosis. The Shaws had two young children; fearing that they would contract TB from Mrs. Shaw, a separate house was built for them, nearby.
55 Dr. Henry Leetch House Dr. Henry Leetch House, Saranac Lake, NY.jpg 01992-11-06 November 6, 1992 3 Johnson Rd.
44°19′35″N 74°7′14″W / 44.32639°N 74.12056°W / 44.32639; -74.12056 (Leetch, Dr. Henry, House)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1932 "cure cottage" designed by William L. Distin for Dr. Henry Leetch, who specialized in treating tuberculosis, and who had the disease himself.
56 Lent Cottage
Lent Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 18 Franklin Ave.
44°19′43″N 74°07′33″W / 44.328611°N 74.125833°W / 44.328611; -74.125833 (Lent Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) An apartment house, built about 1920 as a "cure cottage"
57 Liberty Monument
Liberty Monument
01989-11-16November 16, 1989 NY 9N at Montcalm St.
43°50′53″N 73°26′07″W / 43.848056°N 73.435278°W / 43.848056; -73.435278 (Liberty Monument)
Ticonderoga
58 Marquay Cottage
Marquay Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 6 Slater St.
44°19′18″N 74°07′20″W / 44.321667°N 74.122222°W / 44.321667; -74.122222 (Marquay Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1914, Queen Anne-style "cure cottage" built of rusticated cast-concrete blocks, with an octagonal corner tower.
59 Marvin Cottage
Marvin Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 15 Franklin St.
44°19′43″N 74°07′36″W / 44.328611°N 74.126667°W / 44.328611; -74.126667 (Marvin Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A "cure cottage" built about 1900.
60 Silas B. Moore Gristmill 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 218 Montcalm St.
43°50′53″N 73°25′41″W / 43.848056°N 73.428056°W / 43.848056; -73.428056 (Silas B. Moore Gristmill)
Ticonderoga
61 Moriah Town Office Building 01995-05-18 May 18, 1995 Cedar St., Town of Moriah
44°2′56″N 73°27′44″W / 44.04889°N 73.46222°W / 44.04889; -73.46222 (Moriah Town Office Building)
Port Henry
62 Mount Adams Fire Observation Station 02006-04-12April 12, 2006 Mount Adams
44°04′52″N 74°03′21″W / 44.081111°N 74.055833°W / 44.081111; -74.055833 (Mount Adams Fire Observation Station)
Newcomb
63 Mount Moriah Presbyterian Church 01995-06-01June 1, 1995 Jct. of Church and S. Main Sts., NW corner, Town of Moriah
44°02′53″N 73°27′39″W / 44.048056°N 73.460833°W / 44.048056; -73.460833 (Mount Moriah Presbyterian Church)
Port Henry
64 Mount Van Hoevenberg Olympic Bobsled Run
Mount Van Hoevenberg Olympic Bobsled Run
02010-02-04February 4, 2010 200 Bob Run Lane
44°13′11″N 73°55′15″W / 44.219753°N 73.920872°W / 44.219753; -73.920872 (Mount Van Hoevenberg Olympic Bobsled Run)
Lake Placid New listing; refnum 10000008
65 New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District
New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District
01993-12-23December 23, 1993 NYCRR Right-of-Way from Remsen to Lake Placid
44°16′34″N 73°59′09″W / 44.276111°N 73.985833°W / 44.276111; -73.985833 (New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District)
NYCRR Right-of-Way The New York Central Adirondack Line ended in Lake Placid. There are extant stations in Ray Brook and Lake Placid; the Adirondack Scenic Railroad runs a tourist train between Lake Placid and the station in Saranac Lake.
66 Notman Bridge
Notman Bridge
01999-11-12November 12, 1999 Country Club Rd. over AuSable R.
44°11′29″N 73°47′05″W / 44.191389°N 73.784722°W / 44.191389; -73.784722 (Notman Bridge)
Keene Valley
67 NYS Armory 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 315 Champlain Ave.
43°50′42″N 73°25′29″W / 43.845°N 73.424722°W / 43.845; -73.424722 (NYS Armory)
Ticonderoga
68 Octagonal Schoolhouse 01973-01-17January 17, 1973 On Rte. 22 in Bouquet
44°18′14″N 73°24′08″W / 44.303889°N 73.402222°W / 44.303889; -73.402222 (Octagonal Schoolhouse)
Essex An 1827 stone octagonal school building
69 Pad Factory 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 109 Lake George Ave.
43°50′53″N 73°25′39″W / 43.848056°N 73.4275°W / 43.848056; -73.4275 (Pad Factory)
Ticonderoga
70 Partridge Cottage
Partridge Cottage
01992-03-31March 31, 1992 15 South St.
44°19′27″N 74°07′27″W / 44.324167°N 74.124167°W / 44.324167; -74.124167 (Partridge Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 1925 Colonial Revival apartment house, with three apartments used as a cure cottages for three families.
71 Pittenger Cottage
Pittenger Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 14 Forest Hill Ave.
44°19′43″N 74°07′19″W / 44.328611°N 74.121944°W / 44.328611; -74.121944 (Pittenger Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A "cure cottage" with five cure porches, built about 1920.
72 Poke-O-Moonshine Mountain Fire Observation Station 02001-09-23September 23, 2001 Poke-O-Moonshine Mountain
44°23′16″N 73°30′29″W / 44.387778°N 73.508056°W / 44.387778; -73.508056 (Poke-O-Moonshine Mountain Fire Observation Station)
Chesterfield
73 Port Henry Fire Department Building 01995-06-01June 1, 1995 33 Broad St., Town of Moriah
44°02′56″N 73°27′44″W / 44.048889°N 73.462222°W / 44.048889; -73.462222 (Port Henry Fire Department Building)
Port Henry
74 Ranney Bridge
Ranney Bridge
01999-11-12November 12, 1999 Private Rd. off NY 73 over East Branch of AuSable R.
44°10′55″N 73°47′03″W / 44.181944°N 73.784167°W / 44.181944; -73.784167 (Ranney Bridge)
Keene Valley
75 Rembrandt Hall 01983-05-20May 20, 1983 Clinton St.
44°30′07″N 73°28′39″W / 44.501944°N 73.4775°W / 44.501944; -73.4775 (Rembrandt Hall)
Keeseville
76 Sheldon-Owens Farm 01993-04-01April 1, 1993 Lake Shore Rd. SE of jct. with Middle and West Rds.
44°20′44″N 73°22′28″W / 44.345556°N 73.374444°W / 44.345556; -73.374444 (Sheldon-Owens Farm)
Willsboro
77 Sherman Free Library 01995-06-01June 1, 1995 4 Church St., Town of Moriah
44°02′51″N 73°27′38″W / 44.0475°N 73.460556°W / 44.0475; -73.460556 (Sherman Free Library)
Port Henry
78 Slater Bridge
Slater Bridge
01999-11-12November 12, 1999 East Branch of AuSable R. off St. Hubert's Rd.
44°09′31″N 73°46′40″W / 44.158611°N 73.777778°W / 44.158611; -73.777778 (Slater Bridge)
Keene Valley
79 Spitfire (gunboat)
Spitfire (gunboat)
02008-07-24July 24, 2008 Address restricted
Lake Champlain Shared with Clinton County (new listing, refnum 08000694)
80 Stevenson Cottage
Stevenson Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 Stevenson Ln.
44°19′51″N 74°07′26″W / 44.330833°N 74.123889°W / 44.330833; -74.123889 (Stevenson Cottage)
Saranac Lake (St. Armand) A "cure cottage" used by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1887.
81 Stone Arch Bridge
Stone Arch Bridge
01999-11-12November 12, 1999 Main St. over AuSable R.
44°30′19″N 73°28′52″W / 44.505278°N 73.481111°W / 44.505278; -73.481111 (Stone Arch Bridge)
Keeseville
82 Stuckman Cottage
Stuckman Cottage
01992-11-06November 6, 1992 6 Clinton Ave.
44°19′39″N 74°07′28″W / 44.3275°N 74.124444°W / 44.3275; -74.124444 (Stuckman Cottage)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A "cure cottage" built between 1897 and 1900.
83 Swing Bridge
Swing Bridge
01999-11-12November 12, 1999 Over AuSable R. between Clinton and S. AuSable Sts.
44°30′13″N 73°28′58″W / 44.503611°N 73.482778°W / 44.503611; -73.482778 (Swing Bridge)
Keeseville
84 Ticonderoga High School 01988-11-15November 15, 1988 Calkins Pl.
43°50′32″N 73°25′40″W / 43.842222°N 73.427778°W / 43.842222; -73.427778 (Ticonderoga High School)
Ticonderoga
85 Ticonderoga National Bank
Ticonderoga National Bank
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 101 Montcalm St.
43°50′51″N 73°25′26″W / 43.8475°N 73.423889°W / 43.8475; -73.423889 (Ticonderoga National Bank)
Ticonderoga
86 Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company Office
Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company Office
01988-11-15November 15, 1988 Montcalm St.
43°50′55″N 73°25′17″W / 43.848611°N 73.421389°W / 43.848611; -73.421389 (Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company Office)
Ticonderoga
87 Tomlinson House 01983-05-20May 20, 1983 Kent St.
44°30′10″N 73°28′41″W / 44.502778°N 73.478056°W / 44.502778; -73.478056 (Tomlinson House)
Keeseville
88 Trudeau Sanatorium
Trudeau Sanatorium
01995-04-20April 20, 1995 Trudeau Rd.
44°20′31″N 74°07′21″W / 44.341944°N 74.1225°W / 44.341944; -74.1225 (Trudeau Sanatorium)
Saranac Lake (St. Armand) A tuberculosis sanitorium established in 1882 by Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau, originally called the Adirondack Cottage Sanatorium.
89 US Post Office-Lake Placid
US Post Office-Lake Placid
01988-11-17November 17, 1988 201 Main St.
44°17′07″N 73°59′02″W / 44.285278°N 73.983889°W / 44.285278; -73.983889 (US Post Office-Lake Placid)
Lake Placid
90 US Post Office-Ticonderoga 01989-05-11May 11, 1989 123 Champlain Ave.
43°50′51″N 73°25′26″W / 43.8475°N 73.423889°W / 43.8475; -73.423889 (US Post Office-Ticonderoga)
Ticonderoga
91 Van Ornam & Murdock Block 01982-11-14November 14, 1982 Main St.
44°02′54″N 73°27′36″W / 44.048333°N 73.46°W / 44.048333; -73.46 (Van Ornam & Murdock Block)
Port Henry
92 Walton Bridge
Walton Bridge
01999-11-12November 12, 1999 Dr. Ray Rd. access over AuSable R.
44°14′41″N 73°47′53″W / 44.244722°N 73.798056°W / 44.244722; -73.798056 (Walton Bridge)
Keene
93 Elkanah Watson House
Elkanah Watson House
01966-10-15October 15, 1966 3 mi (4.8 km). east of U.S. 9
44°31′30″N 73°24′21″W / 44.525°N 73.405833°W / 44.525; -73.405833 (Elkanah Watson House)
Port Kent Home of Elkanah Watson, Revolutionary-era diplomat, founder of the county fair and early promoter of canals, who occupied it in May, 1828. Designed by Sheldon & Merritt and constructed under the supervision of Watson's son Charles.
94 Wells Memorial Library
Wells Memorial Library
02011-05-18May 18, 2011 12230 NY 9N
44°20′17″N 73°46′25″W / 44.338056°N 73.773611°W / 44.338056; -73.773611 (Wells Memorial Library)
Upper Jay New listing; refnum 11000289
95 Wellscroft 02004-01-28January 28, 2004 158 NY 9N
44°20′37″N 73°46′21″W / 44.343611°N 73.7725°W / 44.343611; -73.7725 (Wellscroft)
Upper Jay
96 Whiteface Veterans Memorial Highway Complex
Whiteface Veterans Memorial Highway Complex
02008-10-10October 10, 2008 New York State Route 431
44°23′59″N 73°51′49″W / 44.399772°N 73.863639°W / 44.399772; -73.863639 (Whiteface Veterans Memorial Highway Complex)
Wilmington Highest road in state built to honor WWI veterans in late 1920s.
97 Will Rogers Memorial Hospital
Will Rogers Memorial Hospital
01983-09-08September 8, 1983 NY 86
44°18′39″N 74°06′51″W / 44.310833°N 74.114167°W / 44.310833; -74.114167 (Will Rogers Memorial Hospital)
Saranac Lake (North Elba) A 100-bed tuberculosis sanitarium for vaudeville performers built by the National Vaudeville Artists in 1930.[8]
98 Willsboro Congregational Church
Willsboro Congregational Church
01984-05-31May 31, 1984 NY 22
44°21′49″N 73°23′35″W / 44.363611°N 73.393056°W / 44.363611; -73.393056 (Willsboro Congregational Church)
Willsboro
99 The Willsboro School
The Willsboro School
02010-03-31March 31, 2010 10 Gilliland Lane (formerly 29 School St.)
44°21′53″N 73°23′24″W / 44.364758°N 73.390044°W / 44.364758; -73.390044 (The Willsboro School)
Willsboro New listing; refnum 10000135
100 Wilmington Bridge 01999-11-12November 12, 1999 NY 86 over AuSable R.
44°23′20″N 73°49′04″W / 44.388889°N 73.817778°W / 44.388889; -73.817778 (Wilmington Bridge)
Wilmington
101 Witherbee Memorial Hall 01991-04-22April 22, 1991 Broad St. E of jct. with Office Rd.
44°05′17″N 73°31′41″W / 44.088056°N 73.528056°W / 44.088056; -73.528056 (Witherbee Memorial Hall)
Mineville

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References

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate GPS system used by Google maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on November 18, 2011.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmark sites and National Register of Historic Places Districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The Press Republican - Tour of Essex churches today
  5. ^ Gallos, Phillip L., Cure Cottages of Saranac Lake, Historic Saranac Lake, 1985, ISBN 0-9615159-0-2.
  6. ^ p. 18, Folwell, Elizabeth, and Amy Godine, Adirondack Odysseys, The Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, New York, 1997, ISBN 0-936399-78-3
  7. ^ http://pressrepublican.com/0100_news/x1100994401/Hubbard-Hall-being-demolished
  8. ^ History of Saranac Lake

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