This old covered bridge passed way during the construction of the present day Great Sacandaga Lake It connected this portion of the Town of Northampton with the rest of the northern town.
This historic roadside marker directs you to the site of the hunting and fishing retreat which Sir William had built on the old Sacandaga River as early as 1762 and was known as his “Fish House”.
The old Marvin Home was one of the community’s older homes. David Marvin was a Revolutionary War soldier and one of the early settlers of old Fish House; after the war he settled here from Connecticut
This marker also designates a place in the northern portion of the Town of Broadalbin which is one of the tributaries emptying into the Great Sacandaga Lake
This marker designates a place name given to a tributary or creek that empties into the Great Sacandaga Lake.
“Tiffany Brockway came to previously purchased lands northeast of Fonda’s Bush in 1791 at the age of seventeen.
This marker is unique as it is in the Town of Mayfield, although you have to travel through the Village of Broadalbin to reach it.
This historic marker is placed at the entrance of the old Robert W. Chambers home, which now in 1997,
Kitty Husted, “Miss Kitty” as she was known, maintained a summer residence in the village of Broadalbin.
J.B. McKean post car first met here February 23rd, 1891.