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Historic Marker: COL. JOHN HARRIS
On Co. Rd. 1/2 Mil S. Vilg. Cayuga Near Entrance Cowan's Pt. Cottage Settle Aurelius NY
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Col. John Harris First White Settler In Cayuga County Built Log Cabin Here 1788 Established Harris Ferry Across Cayuga Lake ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: FIRST CAYUGA COUNTY
In Cayuga Vlge. On Rte 90 East Side, South Of Genesee St. Aurelius NY
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First Cayuga County Court Held Here 1799 Removed To Aurora 1804 And To Auburn 1809 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: OLD GENESEE ROAD
On State Rd. 326, 1 Mile North Of Oakwood Aurelius NY
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Old Genesee Road From Hardenbergh Corners To Harris Ferry Crossed Here ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: PIONEER ROADS
On W. Genesee St. State Rd. At Intersection Co. Rd. And Lvrr Aurelius NY
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Pioneer Roads Indian Trail And Earliest Road S.W. To Harris Ferry Genesee Turnpike To Cayuga Bridge Built 1800 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF
N Cayuga Village On Green At End Of Genesee St. Aurelius NY
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Site Of Cayuga Long Bridge One Mile Long, 1800-1857 Carried Great Steam Of Western Migration Early County Jail Was Under This End Of Bridge ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF
On Co. Rd. 1/2 Mil S. Vilg. Cayuga Near Entrance Cowan's Pt. Cottage Settle Aurelius NY
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Site Of Treaty For Purchase Cayuga Reservation From The Indians Red Jacket And Fish Carrier Spokesman For Cayugas ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SULLIVAN'S CAMPAIGN
On NYS 5 And 20, 1 1/2 Mile E. Of Bridge Aurelius NY
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Sullivan's Campaign One Mile West Co.. Butler Crossed Cayuga Lake And Destroyed Cayuga Village Of Tichero ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

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