Tour our Town's Historical Markers: (click on each for larger image)
The hill above was the location of a cold war early warning radar site built as part of a system designed to defend the United States against enemy air attacks.
The Knox Trail marker in Bemis Heights is located in the pocket park on the corner of routes 4 and 32.Henry Knox came through Stillwater on his way to Boston with the cannon. He stayed overnight at the Ezekiel Ensign hotel just north of here.
Located on Hudson Avenue south of the cannon park. He was the youngest son of General Philip Schuyler and was a mill owner.
Was located approximately on this site on the corner of General Schuyler Lane and Hudson Avenue. This blockhouse fort was built in 1709.
Located on Hudson Avenue tells of the anticipation of the British arrival. This was orders by General Gates and later they were abandoned.
Located on Hudson Avenue just south of the corner of School Street. This was originally the Second Baptist Church until the merger of the Methodist, Baptist and Presbyterian Churches in 1947