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Tannery Pond Concerts at Mt. Lebanon Shaker Village
Darrow Road New Lebanon NY
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The Theater Barn
654 Rt. 20 New Lebanon NY 12125
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Historic Marker: 1/4 MILE LEFT
On NYS 12b About 4 1/4 Miles South Of Hamilton Lebanon NY
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1/4 Mile Left Stood The Home Of Col. Wm. S. Smith Aide To Washington And Abigail Adams Smith See Marker Ahead ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: 1/4 MILE LEFT
On NYS 12b About 3 3/4 Miles South Of Hamilton Lebanon NY
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1/4 Mile Left Stood The Home Of Col. Wm. S. Smith Aide To Washington And Abigail Adams Smith See Marker Ahead ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: BOOGE-TORREY HOUSE
Co. Rd., N. Of New Lebanon New Lebanon NY
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Booge-Torrey House Built By Abner Shumway 1786 Home Of Arron Jordon Booge 1801-26 Prepared Young Men For Yale And Served As Chaplain In War Of 1812 Here For A Century Lived Jesse Torrey's Family ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: COLUMBIA COUNTY
US 20 At Columbia-Rensselaer Line New Lebanon NY
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Columbia County Separated From Albany Co. April 4, 1786. Name From Columbus, Discoverer Of America ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: COLUMBIA COUNTY
NYS 22, Columbia-Rensselaer Line New Lebanon NY
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Columbia County Separated From Albany Co. April 4, 1786. Name From Columbus, Discoverer Of America ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: GILBERT HOUSE
US 20, W. Of New Lebanon Center New Lebanon NY
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Gilbert House Built In 1780 By Major Elisha Gilbert 1749-1823 Contains Unique Example Decorated Masonic Meeting Room ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: HERE IN 1788 STOOD
On Co. Rd. About 2 Miles South Of Eaton Lebanon NY
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Here In 1788 Stood The Bark Hut Of Bates, Stowell And Salisbury, First Settlers Of What Is Now Madison County ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: HOUSE BUILT 1800
Co. Rd., N. Of New Lebanon New Lebanon NY
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House Built 1800 By Col. Johnathan Murdock 1758-1832. Revolutionary Soldier The Original Murdock House Stood Above The Road To The Southwest ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: HOUSE BUILT BY
On Co. Rd. About 2 Miles South Of Eaton Lebanon NY
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House Built By Enoch Stowell, Jr. Early Settler. Home Of Horace Stowell, Prominent Abolitionist. Station Of Underground Railway ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: KENDALL SHOP
US 20 & NYS 22, New Lebanon New Lebanon NY
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Kendall Shop First Thermometers Made In The United States Produced On This Site ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: NEW YORK STATE
US 20, W. Of N.Y.-MASS. Line New Lebanon NY
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New York State Explored By Dutch, 1624; Under English Rule After 1664. Named Fro Duke Of York, Later King James Ii ...Time Period 1600-1649 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF FIRST
NYS 22, In New Lebanon New Lebanon NY
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Site Of First Free Public Library Established March 12, 1804, By Dr. Jesse Torrey, Father Of The Public Library Movement Of America ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SMITH'S VALLEY
On Co. Rd. At Randallsville Lebanon NY
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Smith's Valley Col. W.S. Smith & Family Early Settlers & Owners Of Great Tracts Of Land In This Section ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Lebanon Valley Speedway
1746 Route 20 West Lebanon NY 12195
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Speedway- 1/2 mile high-banked clay oval racetrack. Dragway- 1/4 mile asphalt dragstrip. ...Search ...Map

Mount Lebanon Shaker Village
U.S Route 20 New Lebanon NY 12125
(Suffrage)
Women in Utopian communities 1785-1947 Community ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.4566062,-73.3816583

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