New York Historical Populated Places

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 38 of 38 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
Beaver Dam Albany Delmar
Black Lake St. Lawrence Hammond
Carmansville New York Central Park
Charlotteville Queens Central Park
Clinton Park Clinton Plattsburgh
Columbusville Queens Brooklyn
Deonundaga Erie Buffalo SE
Dicktown Putnam Oscawana Lake
Doanesburgh Putnam Brewster
Doodletown Rockland Popolopen Lake
Dyke Allegany Wellsville North
Fishkill Landing Dutchess Wappingers Falls
Gaskosada Erie Akron
Harsenville New York Central Park
Hollywood St. Lawrence Carry Falls Reservoir
Huntersville Westchester Ossining
Indian Fields Albany Alcove
Irish Settlement Allegany Wellsville North
Jacksonville Livingston Honeoye
Kenwells Hamilton Mount Tom
Keshaechquereren Kings Coney Island
Konaande Kongh New York Central Park
Lewis Livingston Nunda
Limerick Westchester Mamaroneck
Log City Onondaga Jamesville
Longyear Ulster Phoenicia
New Britain Columbia Canaan
Pacatacan Delaware Fishs Eddy
Pavement Erie Clarence
Rhinelander Gardens New York Brooklyn
Richmond Mills Ontario Honeoye
Salmon River Clinton Plattsburgh
Seneca Village New York Central Park
Stella Broome Binghamton West
Sucker Brook St. Lawrence Sparrowhawk Point
The Kingdom Onondaga Jordan
The Patch Cayuga Weedsport
York Center Livingston Geneseo
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