National Register of Historic Places listings in Hamilton County, New York

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List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Hamilton County, New York

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Hamilton County, New York. The locations of National Register properties and districts (at least for all showing latitude and longitude coordinates below) may be seen in a map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates".[1] Two sites are further designated National Historic Landmarks and the entire county is included in another, the Adirondack Forest Preserve.

          This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted August 5, 2022.[2]

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Listings county-wide[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Adirondack Forest Preserve
Adirondack Forest Preserve
October 15, 1966
NE New York State
43°58′43″N 74°18′42″W / 43.978611°N 74.311667°W / 43.978611; -74.311667 (Adirondack Forest Preserve)
All of Hamilton County is in the 6-million-acre (24,000 km2) Adirondack Park.
2 Blue Mountain Fire Observation Station
Blue Mountain Fire Observation Station
September 23, 2001
Blue Mountain
43°52′02″N 74°25′50″W / 43.867222°N 74.430556°W / 43.867222; -74.430556 (Blue Mountain Fire Observation Station)
Town of Indian Lake
3 Blue Mountain House Annex
Blue Mountain House Annex
December 7, 1977
NY 30
43°51′19″N 74°26′02″W / 43.855278°N 74.433889°W / 43.855278; -74.433889 (Blue Mountain House Annex)
Blue Mountain Lake Also known as The Log Hotel, on the grounds of the Adirondack Museum
4 Camp Pine Knot
Camp Pine Knot
November 7, 1986
Long Point, Raquette Lake
43°49′17″N 74°37′34″W / 43.821389°N 74.626111°W / 43.821389; -74.626111 (Camp Pine Knot)
Raquette Lake Pine Knot was the first of the Adirondack Great Camps; it was started beginning in 1877 by railroad developer Thomas C. Durant, and completed by William West Durant. It was sold to industrialist Collis P. Huntington in 1890.
5 Camp Taiga June 12, 2017
52 Mattson Way
43°59′36″N 74°24′37″W / 43.993342°N 74.410244°W / 43.993342; -74.410244 (Camp Taiga)
Long Lake Small 1890s camp with ornate rustic design elements usually associated with larger camps
6 Camp Uncas
Camp Uncas
April 3, 1987
Mohegan Lake
43°44′41″N 74°38′53″W / 43.744722°N 74.648056°W / 43.744722; -74.648056 (Camp Uncas)
Raquette Lake The second Adirondack Great Camp built by William West Durant for his own use, after Camp Pine Knot. It was sold to J. Pierpont Morgan in 1896.
7 Church of the Transfiguration
Church of the Transfiguration
July 26, 1977
N of Blue Mountain Lake on NY 30
43°51′34″N 74°25′55″W / 43.859444°N 74.431944°W / 43.859444; -74.431944 (Church of the Transfiguration)
Blue Mountain Lake 1881 log church, possibly the only surviving log church in the Adirondacks, with a Meneely bell donated by Mrs. Levi P. Morton wife of future Vice-President under Benjamin Harrison 1889-1893.
8 Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S-90 (Speculator) August 2, 2016
117 Page St
43°29′08″N 74°23′06″W / 43.4856°N 74.38504°W / 43.4856; -74.38504 (Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S-90 (Speculator))
Lake Pleasant Largest intact set of remaining CCC buildings in the state; operated from 1934 to 1941
9 Dollar Island Camp April 17, 2017
Dollar Island
43°45′38″N 74°48′21″W / 43.76056°N 74.80577°W / 43.76056; -74.80577 (Dollar Island Camp)
Inlet 1885 camp on small island in Fourth Lake may be oldest building in town
10 Echo Camp
Echo Camp
November 7, 1986
Long Point, Raquette Lake
43°49′26″N 74°38′08″W / 43.823889°N 74.635556°W / 43.823889; -74.635556 (Echo Camp)
Raquette Lake An Adirondack Great Camp built for Connecticut governor Phineas C. Lounsbury in 1883, its design bears the influence of William West Durant.
11 Grace Methodist Church Complex February 12, 2015
2895 NY 8
43°30′02″N 74°22′04″W / 43.5005783°N 74.3677647°W / 43.5005783; -74.3677647 (Grace Methodist Church Complex)
Speculator 1909 church and 1928 parsonage are longtime major institution in town
12 Hamilton County Courthouse Complex
Hamilton County Courthouse Complex
September 24, 1992
Jct. of NY 8 and S. Shore Rd.
43°28′13″N 74°24′45″W / 43.470278°N 74.4125°W / 43.470278; -74.4125 (Hamilton County Courthouse Complex)
Lake Pleasant
13 The Hedges
The Hedges
March 27, 2009
The Hedges
43°51′15″N 74°27′00″W / 43.854167°N 74.45°W / 43.854167; -74.45 (The Hedges)
Blue Mountain Lake New listing; refnum 09000155
14 Lake Pleasant Town Hall April 23, 2009
2885 NY 8
43°30′02″N 74°21′56″W / 43.500556°N 74.365556°W / 43.500556; -74.365556 (Lake Pleasant Town Hall)
Speculator New listing; refnum #09000238
15 New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District
New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District
December 23, 1993
NYCRR Right-of-Way
44°00′00″N 74°46′32″W / 44.0°N 74.775556°W / 44.0; -74.775556 (New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District)
Nehasane The New York Central passed through Nehasane and Sabattis; the station at Nehesane on Lake Lila is extant.
16 Pillsbury Mountain Forest Fire Observation Station
Pillsbury Mountain Forest Fire Observation Station
September 9, 2010
Pillsbury Mountain
43°34′51″N 74°30′41″W / 43.580833°N 74.511389°W / 43.580833; -74.511389 (Pillsbury Mountain Forest Fire Observation Station)
Town of Lake Pleasant vicinity New listing from Fire Observation Stations of New York State Forest Preserve MPS; refnum 10000728
17 Sagamore
January 11, 1976
Off NY 28 at W end of Sagamore Lake
43°45′56″N 74°37′38″W / 43.765556°N 74.627222°W / 43.765556; -74.627222 (Sagamore)
Raquette Lake The third Adirondack Great Camp constructed by William West Durant on Sagamore Lake between 1895–1897; it was later sold to Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt.
18 Snowy Mountain Fire Observation Station September 23, 2001
Snowy Mountain
43°42′07″N 74°20′06″W / 43.701944°N 74.335°W / 43.701944; -74.335 (Snowy Mountain Fire Observation Station)
Indian Lake
19 St. William's Catholic Church
St. William's Catholic Church
January 7, 2005
Long Point on Raquette Lake
43°49′33″N 74°37′55″W / 43.825833°N 74.631944°W / 43.825833; -74.631944 (St. William's Catholic Church)
Long Lake
20 Wakely Mountain Fire Observation Station
Wakely Mountain Fire Observation Station
October 3, 2003
Wakely Mountain
43°43′50″N 74°28′25″W / 43.730556°N 74.473611°W / 43.730556; -74.473611 (Wakely Mountain Fire Observation Station)
Lake Pleasant
21 Wells Baptist Church September 1, 1988
Main St.
43°24′02″N 74°17′16″W / 43.400556°N 74.287778°W / 43.400556; -74.287778 (Wells Baptist Church)
22 Whelan Camp December 21, 1989
Mick Rd.
43°48′27″N 74°39′13″W / 43.8075°N 74.653611°W / 43.8075; -74.653611 (Whelan Camp)
Long Lake

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  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved August 5, 2022.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.