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Alois Art Gallery
994 Jordan Drive Palmyra ny 14522
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The Hill Cumorah Visitors Center
603 State Rt. 21 Palmyra NY 14522
(Cultural/Educational)
Resource for those who want to know more about the many Church historic sites in the surrounding area. Displays with interactive audio and video tell much of the historic events that took place at these sites, and powerful feature-length films. ...Search ...Map

Alling Coverlet Museum
122 William Street Palmyra NY 14522
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery)
Houses the largest collection of hand woven coverlets in the United States. This museum is housed in a 1901 newspaper printing office and opened its doors on July 4th, 1976. It takes over six years to rotate and display the entire Historic Palmyra coverlet collection in this amazing museum. ...Search ...Map

Western Erie Canal Alliance
122 William St. P O Box 285 Palmyra NY 14522
(Erie Canalway)
A living historic landscape-a museum without walls-where the heritage of early American canal building can be experienced alongside premier recreational amenities and contemporary cultural attractions. Five (5) counties-136 miles of The Erie Canal - Lake Ontario shoreline-rich farm lands-Niagara Falls-quaint villages & exciting cities, Western Erie Canal Heritage Corridor has it all! ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.064542, -77.230785

Historic Marker: 1/4 MILE
On Co. Rd. About 1 Mi. S. Of Palmyra Palmyra NY
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1/4 Mile Sacred Grove ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: 1793-1805
On Church St., Palmyra Palmyra NY
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1793-1805 First School House In Palmyra Built Here On Land Given By General John Swift ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: 4 MILES SOUTH
At Intersection Of NYS 31 & 21 In Palmyra Palmyra NY
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4 Miles South Cumorah Famous Mormon Hill And Angel Moroni Monument ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: EAST PALMYRA CHURCH
On Co. Rd. About 1/2 Mi. East Of East Palmyra Palmyra NY
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East Palmyra Church First To Be Organized In State, West Of Pre-Emption Line, 1793 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: HERE IN 1790
At Intersection Of NYS 31 & 21 In Palmyra Palmyra NY
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Here In 1790 First Log House In Palmyra Built And Occupied By The Pioneer Settler General John Swift ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: JOSEPH SMITH HOME
On Co. Rd. About 1 Mi. South Of Palmyra Palmyra NY
(Historic Marker)
Joseph Smith Home Where He Lived In 1827 When He Translated Part Of Book Of Mormon ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: MARTIN HARRIS
On Co. Rd. About 1 Mi. N. Of Palmyra Palmyra NY
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Martin Harris Farm Mortgaged For $3,000 In 1829 To Provide Funds For First Publication Of Book Of Mormon ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: ROPE WALK
On Co. Rd. About 1/2 Mi. East Of Palmyra Palmyra NY
(Historic Marker)
Rope Walk Here Rope Was Manufactured In 500 Foot Lengths. It Was Used On The Albany Schenectady R. R. ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SAMPSON HOUSE
On So. Side Vienna St., Palmyra Palmyra NY
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Sampson House Birthplace Of Rear Admiral William T. Sampson Commander Of Flagship In Spanish-American War 1840-1902 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SAW MILL BROOK
On Co. Rd. About 1-1/2 Mis. West Of E. Palmyra Palmyra NY
(Historic Marker)
Saw Mill Brook Long Island Colony Settled Here May 2, 1792 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF
On Church St., Palmyra Palmyra NY
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Site Of First Church In Palmyra 1811-1832 Land Given By General John Swift ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF
On Co. Rd. About 1/4 Mi. East Of Palmyra Palmyra NY
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Site Of Pioneer Home Of Gideon Durfee Built 1811 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF
On Town Rd. About 2 Mis. North Of Palmyra Palmyra NY
(Historic Marker)
Site Of Orthodox Quaker Meeting House First One Erected In Western New York 1800-1830 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: THIS HOUSE
On Main St., Palmyra Palmyra NY
(Historic Marker)
This House Built By Pliny Sexton In 1827 Was A Station Of The Underground Railway In The Days Of Slavery ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Grandin Building
217 East Main Street Palmyra NY 14522
(Historic Tours, Sites and Markers) ...Search ...Map

Hill Cumorah
603 Rt 21 Palmyra NY 14522
(Historic Tours, Sites and Markers) ...Search ...Map

Joseph Smith Farm
863 Stafford Road Palmyra NY 14522
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Palmyra Print Shop
140 1/2 Market Street Palmyra NY 14522
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Alling Coverlet Museum
122 William Street Palmyra NY 14522
(Museums & Related Organizations) ...Search ...Map

Erie Canal Depot
136 Market Street Palmyra NY 14522
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Historic Palmyra
132 Market Street Palmyra NY 14522
(Museums & Related Organizations) ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.064624,-77.229595

Palmyra Historic Museum
132 Market Street Palmyra NY 14522
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William Phelps General Store Museum
140 Market Street Palmyra NY 14522
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Erie Canal
Palmyra NY
(Outdoors/Recreation)
The Erie Canal (currently part of the New York State Canal System) is a canal in New York State, United States, that runs from the Hudson River to Lake Erie, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean. Connecting Palmyra, Lockport, Albany, Buffalo, Oswego, Syracuse, Rochester, Utica, New York City

Proposed in 1808 and completed in 1825, the canal links the waters of Lake Erie in the west to the Hudson River in the east. In 1903, the State decided to enlarge the canal; consisting of the Erie Canal and the three chief branches of the State system -the Champlain, the Oswego, and the Cayuga and Seneca Canals. The resulting canal was completed in 1918, and is 12 to 14 feet deep, 120 to 200 feet wide, and 363 miles long, from Albany to Buffalo. 57 locks were built to handle barges carrying up to 3,000 tons of cargo, with lifts of 6 to 40 feet. Today is utilized largely by recreational boats rather than cargo-carrying barges. ...Search ...Map

Hill Cumorah Historic Sites & Pageant
603 Route 21N Palmyra NY 14522
(Underground Railroad, Abolition & Religious Movements) ...Search ...Map

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