Saranac River
SARANAC
Clinton County
New York
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Saranac Civil War Monument, Saranac, NY - by Jim Dowd
Monument after                         
unveiling                                      


May 28, 2006

Civil War Monument
Rededication

Saranac
Independence Cemetery


Leander Laduke's
4th great-granddaughter
points to
her grandfather's name
Leander Laduke - 4th gr. grandfather - by Jim Dowd
Honor
Guards
Civil War Monument, Saranac, NY - by Jim Dowd
Saranac Hollow
Bridge
Saranac Hollow Bridge, Saranac, NY
1908 Postcard from Saranac, NY
1908                                                                         


Greetings from
Saranac


1944
1944 Postcard from Saranac, NY
Saranac
Hollow

1869
Beer's Map
1869 Beer's Map of Saranac Hollow, NY
High Falls and Cave, Moffitsville, NY
High Falls
and
Cave

Moffittsville
Redford Glass Company Scrip
Redford Glass Company
Scrip

1831 to 1851
Redford Glass Company Scrip
The Town of Saranac was removed from the Town of Plattsburgh on March 29, 1824. Russell Case and Ezekiel
Pearce first settled in the area about 1802 with
Saranac Hollow, Redford and Russia being the first villages.
The town was named after the river, which was named for an Indian term
variously translated as "river flowing under a rock" or "entrance of a river into a lake".
Historian
Jan Couture
 
83 Ganong Drive
Saranac, NY 12981
518-293-8251
COMMUNITIES IN THE TOWN OF SARANAC
Buck Corners, Clayburgh, Elsinore, Hardscrabble, High Bank, Lobdell, Louise, Moffittsville, Picketts Corners, Petersburgh,
Redford, Riverview, Saranac, Standish (aka Williamstown)
Fleur de lis
Royal Savage Emblem
Royal Savage Emblem
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For Saranac Calendars published annually contact - Sylvia Newman 518-293-7337
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