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The Wild Irish Rose Farm
4805 County Rt. 27 Canton NY 13617
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Rogers Company Emporium
991 Miner Street Road Canton NY 13617
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Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY)
2 West Main Street Canton NY 13617
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Historic Marker: GRAVE & MONUMENT OF
Canton NY
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Grave & Monument Of Silas Wright Are In The Cemetery At Junction Of Miner & West Streets At Intersection Of Park & West Sts., Canton ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: HOME OF
On Main St. Between Court Church Sts., Canton Canton NY
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Home Of Silas Wright Statesman U.S. Senator 1833-43 Gov. Of New York 1844-46. Laid June 18, 1856 ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: ST. LAWRENCE
Canton NY
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St. Lawrence University Chartered By The State Legislature, April 3, 1856 Richardson Hall Cornerstone Park St. S. Of University Ave., Canton ...Time Period 1850-1899 ...Search ...Map

Silas Wright House
3 East Main Street Canton NY 13617
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St Lawrence County Historical Association, At the Silas Wright House
3 Main Street Canton NY 13617
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Canton Opera House Carrie Chapman Catt
Canton NY 13617
(Suffrage)
May 1914 Catt had come to Canton, NY to conduct a school for suffrage workers at the first woman's suffrage convention ever held in St. Lawrence County. The May 20, 1914 issue of the Courier and Freeman carried an account of Mrs. Catt's speech to between 500 and 600 people who had come to the Opera House to hear her. Public building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.6011351,-75.1640464

Canton Universalist Church
Canton NY 13617
(Suffrage)
Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, conducted a school for suffrage workers at this church and it hosted the first woman's suffrage convention ever held in St. Lawrence County. 1914 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.6011351,-75.1640464

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