Historic Map - Ticonderoga, NY - 1891

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Ticonderoga, N.Y. Burleigh Lithographing Establishment.

This reproduction bird's-eye view map of Ticonderoga, New York was published by R. M. Adkins and Burleigh Lithographing Establishment in 1891. Ticonderoga is a town in Essex County that lies between Lake George and Lake Champlain. Founded in 1804, several mills along the fast moving river in town manufactured paper, lead pencils and other wooden products in the 1800's. The nearby Fort Ticonderoga, formerly Fort Carillon was an important stronghold during the French and Indian War, as well as the American Revolutionary War. Lord Howe's Monument was erected here to honor the young nobleman Brigadier General Lord Howe, who was ambushed and killed by the French at Fort Ticonderoga in 1758.

This panoramic map from 1891 shows Ticonderoga's buildings, railroad route and clearly labeled streets.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Methodist Episcopal Church
  2. Congregational Church
  3. St. Mary's Church
  4. First Baptist Church
  5. Church of the Cross (Episcopal) Church
  6. Public School, Central Building
  7. Public School, Weedsville
  8. Public School, Upper Falls
  9. First National Bank
10. Weed's Opera House
10. Post Office
12. Burleigh House, E. J. Wood, Prop.
13. Hall House, N. H. Morgan, Prop.
14. Exchange Hotel, G. S. Clark, Prop.
15. Ticonderoga Sentinel Office
16. Defiance Hose Co.
17. Ticonderoga R. R. Depot
18. Academy Station
19. Baldwin Landing
20. S. T. Bailey's Village Farm, Livery & Sale Stable
21. Ticonderoga Pulp & Paper Mill
22. Island Mills, T. P. & P. Co.
23. Lake George Pulp & Paper Co.
24. Glens Falls Pulp Co.
25. Glens Falls Mill (Proposed)
26. Ticonderoga Machine Co.
27. American Graphite Co.
28. Mead & Smith, Saw & Planing Mill
29. J. H. Copeland, Furniture & Undertaking
30. Hack & Harper, Coal
31. Ruins of Old Fort Ticonderoga
32. Pavilion Hotel, S. H. Brand, Prop.
33. Proposed Soldiers monument at the summit of Mt. Defiance on the memorial acre purchased by Joseph Cook
34. Ticonderoga River connecting Lakes George and Champlain


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