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

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

This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Oneida 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] Seven of the properties are further designated National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted June 4, 2021.[2]


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Listings county-wide

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Arsenal House July 18, 1974
(#74001284)
514 W. Dominick St.
43°12′56″N 75°28′04″W / 43.2156°N 75.4678°W / 43.2156; -75.4678 (Arsenal House)
Rome
2 Ava Town Hall May 18, 1992
(#92000453)
NY 26 south of the junction with Ava Rd.
43°25′00″N 75°28′50″W / 43.4167°N 75.4806°W / 43.4167; -75.4806 (Ava Town Hall)
Ava
3 Bagg's Square East Historic District July 24, 2017
(#100001362)
Broad, Catherine, 1st, John, Main, Oriskany, Railroad & 2nd Sts.
43°06′11″N 75°13′24″W / 43.1030°N 75.2233°W / 43.1030; -75.2233 (Bagg's Square East Historic District)
Utica Downtown area with buildings that served canal and railroad traffic from late 19th to mid-20th century
4 Black River Canal Warehouse March 7, 2003
(#03000093)
502 Water St.
43°28′52″N 75°19′40″W / 43.4811°N 75.3278°W / 43.4811; -75.3278 (Black River Canal Warehouse)
Boonville
5 Boonville Historic District November 16, 1979
(#79001608)
Schuyler, Post, W. Main and Summit Sts.
43°29′04″N 75°20′13″W / 43.4844°N 75.3369°W / 43.4844; -75.3369 (Boonville Historic District)
Boonville
6 Brick Store Building April 26, 1996
(#96000486)
Jct. of US 20 and NY 8
42°52′44″N 75°15′07″W / 42.8789°N 75.2519°W / 42.8789; -75.2519 (Brick Store Building)
Bridgewater
7 Bridgewater Railroad Station April 12, 2006
(#06000264)
US 20
42°52′45″N 75°14′48″W / 42.8792°N 75.2467°W / 42.8792; -75.2467 (Bridgewater Railroad Station)
Bridgewater
8 Byington Mill (Frisbie & Stansfield Knitting Company) May 27, 1993
(#93000458)
421-423 Broad St.
43°06′09″N 75°13′18″W / 43.1024°N 75.2216°W / 43.1024; -75.2216 (Byington Mill (Frisbie & Stansfield Knitting Company))
Utica
9 Calvary Episcopal Church July 3, 2008
(#08000595)
1101 Howard Ave.
43°05′43″N 75°13′52″W / 43.0952°N 75.2311°W / 43.0952; -75.2311 (Calvary Episcopal Church)
Utica
10 Camroden Presbyterian Church January 4, 2007
(#06001204)
8049 E. Floyd Rd.
43°15′11″N 75°21′19″W / 43.2531°N 75.3554°W / 43.2531; -75.3554 (Camroden Presbyterian Church)
Floyd
11 Clinton Village Historic District June 14, 1982
(#82003389)
North, South, East, West Park Rows, Marvin, Williams, Chestnut, Fountain, College and Utica Sts.
43°02′09″N 75°22′51″W / 43.0358°N 75.3808°W / 43.0358; -75.3808 (Clinton Village Historic District)
Clinton
12 Roscoe Conkling House May 15, 1975
(#75001214)
3 Rutger St.
43°05′46″N 75°13′47″W / 43.0961°N 75.2297°W / 43.0961; -75.2297 (Roscoe Conkling House)
Utica
13 Deansboro Railroad Station November 15, 2002
(#02001327)
2707 NY 315
42°59′37″N 75°25′38″W / 42.9936°N 75.4272°W / 42.9936; -75.4272 (Deansboro Railroad Station)
Deansboro
14 W.H. Dorrance House April 29, 1999
(#99000506)
32 Church St.
43°20′11″N 75°44′39″W / 43.3364°N 75.7442°W / 43.3364; -75.7442 (W.H. Dorrance House)
Camden
15 Downtown Genesee Street Historic District August 24, 2018
(#100002668)
Generally bounded by Park Ave., Oriskany, John, Park, South, Court & Columbia Sts.
43°06′03″N 75°13′58″W / 43.1007°N 75.2327°W / 43.1007; -75.2327 (Downtown Genesee Street Historic District)
Utica
16 Doyle Hardware Building June 10, 1993
(#93000498)
330-334 Main St.
43°06′13″N 75°13′24″W / 43.1035°N 75.2233°W / 43.1035; -75.2233 (Doyle Hardware Building)
Utica
17 Erwin Library and Pratt House August 14, 1973
(#73001228)
104 and 106 Schuyler St.
43°29′02″N 75°20′13″W / 43.4839°N 75.3369°W / 43.4839; -75.3369 (Erwin Library and Pratt House)
Boonville
18 First Baptist Church of Deerfield July 11, 1985
(#85001497)
Herkimer Rd.
43°06′51″N 75°12′08″W / 43.1142°N 75.2022°W / 43.1142; -75.2022 (First Baptist Church of Deerfield)
Utica
19 First Congregational Free Church January 25, 1979
(#79001609)
177 N. Main St.
42°56′25″N 75°27′38″W / 42.9403°N 75.4606°W / 42.9403; -75.4606 (First Congregational Free Church)
Oriskany Falls
20 First Methodist Episcopal Church of Rome January 29, 2010
(#09001286)
400 N. George St.
43°12′59″N 75°27′31″W / 43.2163°N 75.4585°W / 43.2163; -75.4585 (First Methodist Episcopal Church of Rome)
Rome
21 First Presbyterian Church November 3, 1988
(#88002172)
1605 Genesee St.
43°05′29″N 75°15′01″W / 43.091389°N 75.250278°W / 43.091389; -75.250278 (First Presbyterian Church)
Utica Church designed by architect Ralph Adams Cram
22 Five Lock Combine and Locks 37 and 38, Black River Canal March 20, 1973
(#73001229)
NY 46
43°24′11″N 75°21′49″W / 43.403056°N 75.363611°W / 43.403056; -75.363611 (Five Lock Combine and Locks 37 and 38, Black River Canal)
Boonville
23 Gen. William Floyd House June 17, 1971
(#71000549)
W side of Main St.
43°18′22″N 75°23′02″W / 43.306111°N 75.383889°W / 43.306111; -75.383889 (Gen. William Floyd House)
Westernville
24 Forest Hill Cemetery November 9, 2017
(#100001804)
2201 Oneida St.
43°04′43″N 75°15′26″W / 43.07866°N 75.25725°W / 43.07866; -75.25725 (Forest Hill Cemetery)
Utica Non-sectarian cemetery established in 1850 is final resting place of many locally prominent citizens, including Roscoe Conkling and other members of Congress from the late 19th and early 20th centuries
25 Fort Schuyler Club Building May 12, 2004
(#04000436)
254 Genesee St.
43°05′59″N 75°14′07″W / 43.099722°N 75.235278°W / 43.099722; -75.235278 (Fort Schuyler Club Building)
Utica
26 Fort Stanwix National Monument October 15, 1966
(#66000057)
Bounded by Dominick, Spring, Liberty, and James Sts.
43°12′42″N 75°27′23″W / 43.211667°N 75.456389°W / 43.211667; -75.456389 (Fort Stanwix National Monument)
Rome
27 Fort Wood Creek Site March 14, 2019
(#100003434)
Address Restricted
Rome vicinity Adjacent to remains of Fort Bull.
28 Fountain Elms November 3, 1972
(#72001599)
318 Genesee St.
43°05′49″N 75°14′29″W / 43.096944°N 75.241389°W / 43.096944; -75.241389 (Fountain Elms)
Utica
29 Gansevoort-Bellamy Historic District November 12, 1975
(#75001213)
Roughly bounded by Liberty, Stuben, and Huntington Sts. to Bissel
43°12′47″N 75°27′21″W / 43.213056°N 75.455833°W / 43.213056; -75.455833 (Gansevoort-Bellamy Historic District)
Rome
30 Globe Woolen Company Mills January 5, 2016
(#15000823)
805, 809, 811-827 Court & 933 Stark Sts
43°06′09″N 75°14′53″W / 43.102468°N 75.2481587°W / 43.102468; -75.2481587 (Globe Woolen Company Mills)
Utica Intact remnant of the city's heritage as a textile manufacturing center operated from 1873 to 1953
31 Grace Church May 23, 1997
(#97000419)
193 Genesee St.
43°06′03″N 75°13′53″W / 43.100833°N 75.231389°W / 43.100833; -75.231389 (Grace Church)
Utica
32 Hamilton College Chapel November 3, 1972
(#72000892)
Hamilton College campus
43°03′07″N 75°24′22″W / 43.051944°N 75.406111°W / 43.051944; -75.406111 (Hamilton College Chapel)
Clinton
33 John C. Hieber Building July 24, 2007
(#07000756)
311 Main St.
43°06′15″N 75°13′27″W / 43.10408°N 75.22406°W / 43.10408; -75.22406 (John C. Hieber Building)
Utica Now home to the Utica Children's Museum
34 Holland Patent Railroad Station February 25, 2000
(#00000089)
Park Ave.
43°14′24″N 75°15′17″W / 43.24°N 75.254722°W / 43.24; -75.254722 (Holland Patent Railroad Station)
Holland Patent
35 Holland Patent Stone Churches Historic District November 21, 1991
(#91001670)
Roughly bounded by Main St., Park Ave., Park Pl. and Willow Cr.
43°14′28″N 75°15′26″W / 43.241111°N 75.257222°W / 43.241111; -75.257222 (Holland Patent Stone Churches Historic District)
Holland Patent
36 Hurd & Fitzgerald Building June 25, 1993
(#93000500)
400 Main St.
43°06′12″N 75°13′22″W / 43.10343°N 75.2228°W / 43.10343; -75.2228 (Hurd & Fitzgerald Building)
Utica
37 Jervis Public Library November 4, 1982
(#82001208)
613 N. Washington St.
43°13′07″N 75°27′16″W / 43.218611°N 75.454444°W / 43.218611; -75.454444 (Jervis Public Library)
Rome
38 Lower Genesee Street Historic District October 29, 1982
(#82001209)
Roughly bounded by Genesee, Liberty, Seneca, and Whitesboro Sts. (both sides)
43°06′15″N 75°13′42″W / 43.104167°N 75.228333°W / 43.104167; -75.228333 (Lower Genesee Street Historic District)
Utica
39 Mappa Hall May 12, 1982
(#82003388)
Mappa Ave.
43°16′23″N 75°11′22″W / 43.273056°N 75.189444°W / 43.273056; -75.189444 (Mappa Hall)
Barneveld
40 Memorial Church of the Holy Cross July 20, 2000
(#00000823)
841 Bleecker St.
43°05′50″N 75°12′49″W / 43.097222°N 75.213611°W / 43.097222; -75.213611 (Memorial Church of the Holy Cross)
Utica
41 Middle Mill Historic District May 28, 1976
(#76001254)
NY 5A
43°06′18″N 75°17′34″W / 43.105°N 75.292778°W / 43.105; -75.292778 (Middle Mill Historic District)
New York Mills
42 Millar-Wheeler House February 10, 2000
(#00000093)
1423 Genesee St.
43°05′43″N 75°14′37″W / 43.095278°N 75.243611°W / 43.095278; -75.243611 (Millar-Wheeler House)
Utica
43 Mills House June 13, 1997
(#97000566)
507 N. George St.
43°13′05″N 75°27′28″W / 43.218056°N 75.457778°W / 43.218056; -75.457778 (Mills House)
Rome
44 Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute September 9, 2010
(#10000727)
310 Genesee St.
43°05′49″N 75°14′29″W / 43.096944°N 75.241389°W / 43.096944; -75.241389 (Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute)
Utica
45 Neck Canal of 1730 August 15, 1995
(#95001011)
Cavanaugh Rd. (Co. Rt. 30)
43°07′48″N 75°16′28″W / 43.13°N 75.274444°W / 43.13; -75.274444 (Neck Canal of 1730)
Marcy
46 New Century Club September 12, 1985
(#85002289)
253 Genesee St.
43°05′58″N 75°14′06″W / 43.099444°N 75.235°W / 43.099444; -75.235 (New Century Club)
Utica
47 New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District December 23, 1993
(#93001451)
NYCRR Right-of-Way
43°53′40″N 74°26′26″W / 43.894444°N 74.440556°W / 43.894444; -74.440556 (New York Central Railroad Adirondack Division Historic District)
Remsen
48 New York State Barge Canal October 15, 2014
(#14000860)
Linear across county
43°12′06″N 75°26′56″W / 43.201773°N 75.448993°W / 43.201773; -75.448993 (New York State Barge Canal)
Floyd, Lee, Marcy, Remsen, Rome, Sylvan Beach, Trenton, Utica, Verona, Western Successor to Erie Canal approved by state voters in early 20th century to compete with railroads; listing includes two of canal's reservoirs in Adirondacks.
49 Rev. Asahel Norton Homestead July 11, 1985
(#85001546)
Norton Rd.
43°03′51″N 75°25′07″W / 43.064167°N 75.418611°W / 43.064167; -75.418611 (Rev. Asahel Norton Homestead)
Kirkland
50 Oriskany Battlefield October 15, 1966
(#66000558)
5 miles (8.0 km) east of Rome on NY 69
43°10′07″N 75°22′08″W / 43.168611°N 75.368889°W / 43.168611; -75.368889 (Oriskany Battlefield)
Rome
51 Otter Lake Community Church July 9, 2004
(#04000704)
NY 28
43°35′30″N 75°06′46″W / 43.591667°N 75.112778°W / 43.591667; -75.112778 (Otter Lake Community Church)
Otter Lake
52 Pleasant Valley Grange Hall February 12, 1999
(#99000058)
US 20, 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Pleasant Valley
42°55′02″N 75°26′25″W / 42.917222°N 75.440278°W / 42.917222; -75.440278 (Pleasant Valley Grange Hall)
Sangerfield
53 Rome Elks Lodge No. 96 June 5, 2013
(#13000359)
126 W. Liberty St
43°12′44″N 75°27′33″W / 43.2122395°N 75.4592736°W / 43.2122395; -75.4592736 (Rome Elks Lodge No. 96)
Rome
54 Elihu Root House November 28, 1972
(#72000893)
101 College Hill Rd.
43°02′59″N 75°24′18″W / 43.049722°N 75.405°W / 43.049722; -75.405 (Elihu Root House)
Clinton
55 Rutger-Steuben Park Historic District September 19, 1973
(#73001230)
Roughly bounded by Taylor and Howard Aves. including both sides of Rutger Ave. and Steuben Park
43°05′47″N 75°13′39″W / 43.096369°N 75.227494°W / 43.096369; -75.227494 (Rutger-Steuben Park Historic District)
Utica
56 St. Joseph's Church August 22, 1977
(#77000967)
704-708 Columbia St.
43°06′18″N 75°14′29″W / 43.105°N 75.241389°W / 43.105; -75.241389 (St. Joseph's Church)
Utica
57 St. Mark's Church August 30, 1996
(#96000957)
19 White St.
43°05′25″N 75°22′47″W / 43.090278°N 75.379722°W / 43.090278; -75.379722 (St. Mark's Church)
Clark Mills
58 St. Paul's Church and Cemetery August 30, 1996
(#96000961)
Rt. 12, junction with Snowden Hill Rd.
43°00′04″N 75°18′53″W / 43.001111°N 75.314722°W / 43.001111; -75.314722 (St. Paul's Church and Cemetery)
Paris Hill
59 St. Stephen's Church August 30, 1996
(#96000959)
22-27 Oxford St.
43°04′17″N 75°17′12″W / 43.071389°N 75.286667°W / 43.071389; -75.286667 (St. Stephen's Church)
New Hartford
60 Edward W. Stanley Recreation Center February 17, 2010
(#10000029)
36 Kirkland Ave.
43°03′11″N 75°22′41″W / 43.053064°N 75.377989°W / 43.053064; -75.377989 (Edward W. Stanley Recreation Center)
Clinton New listing; refnum 10000029
61 Stanley Theater August 13, 1976
(#76001255)
259 Genesee St.
43°05′56″N 75°14′10″W / 43.0989°N 75.2361°W / 43.0989; -75.2361 (Stanley Theater)
Utica
62 Tower Homestead and Masonic Temple October 5, 1977
(#77000968)
210 Tower St. and Sanger St.
42°55′51″N 75°23′01″W / 42.9308°N 75.3836°W / 42.9308; -75.3836 (Tower Homestead and Masonic Temple)
Waterville
63 Union Station April 28, 1975
(#75001215)
Main St. between John and 1st Sts.
43°06′15″N 75°13′26″W / 43.1042°N 75.2239°W / 43.1042; -75.2239 (Union Station)
Utica
64 US Post Office-Boonville November 17, 1988
(#88002457)
101 Main St.
43°29′03″N 75°20′09″W / 43.4842°N 75.3358°W / 43.4842; -75.3358 (US Post Office-Boonville)
Boonville
65 U.S. Post Office, Court House and Custom House
U.S. Post Office, Court House and Custom House
September 17, 2015
(#15000609)
10 Broad St.
43°06′14″N 75°13′42″W / 43.1039°N 75.2283°W / 43.1039; -75.2283 (U.S. Post Office, Court House and Custom House)
Utica 1929 building renamed after former area congressman is excellent example of Starved Classicism.
66 Uptown Theatre August 17, 2020
(#100005466)
2014 Genesee St.
43°05′11″N 75°15′44″W / 43.0863°N 75.2621°W / 43.0863; -75.2621 (Uptown Theatre)
Utica
67 Utica Armory March 2, 1995
(#95000083)
1700 Parkway Blvd. E.
43°04′47″N 75°12′33″W / 43.0797°N 75.2092°W / 43.0797; -75.2092 (Utica Armory)
Utica
68 Utica Daily Press Building June 10, 1993
(#93000501)
310-312 Main St.
43°06′14″N 75°13′28″W / 43.1038°N 75.2245°W / 43.1038; -75.2245 (Utica Daily Press Building)
Utica
69 Utica Parks and Parkway Historic District July 3, 2008
(#08000594)
Parkway and Pleasant St.
43°04′47″N 75°13′56″W / 43.0798°N 75.2322°W / 43.0798; -75.2322 (Utica Parks and Parkway Historic District)
Utica
70 Utica Public Library October 29, 1982
(#82001210)
303 Genesee St.
43°05′49″N 75°14′21″W / 43.0969°N 75.2392°W / 43.0969; -75.2392 (Utica Public Library)
Utica
71 Utica State Hospital October 26, 1971
(#71000548)
1213 Court St.
43°06′18″N 75°15′13″W / 43.105°N 75.2536°W / 43.105; -75.2536 (Utica State Hospital)
Utica
72 Utica Steam and Mohawk Valley Cotton Mill August 27, 2020
(#100005482)
600-800 State St.
43°06′10″N 75°14′19″W / 43.1027°N 75.2387°W / 43.1027; -75.2387 (Utica Steam and Mohawk Valley Cotton Mill)
Utica
73 Vernon Center Green Historic District September 19, 1985
(#85002431)
Roughly bounded by Park St.
43°03′08″N 75°30′07″W / 43.0522°N 75.5019°W / 43.0522; -75.5019 (Vernon Center Green Historic District)
Vernon
74 Vernon Methodist Church May 20, 1998
(#98000547)
Jct. of NY 5 and Sconondoa St.
43°04′43″N 75°32′29″W / 43.0786°N 75.5414°W / 43.0786; -75.5414 (Vernon Methodist Church)
Vernon
75 Baron von Steuben Memorial Site August 21, 2009
(#09000635)
Starr Hill Road
43°20′19″N 75°13′57″W / 43.3385°N 75.2324°W / 43.3385; -75.2324 (Baron von Steuben Memorial Site)
Remsen
76 Sylvan Beach Union Chapel July 24, 2009
(#09000560)
805 Park Ave.
43°11′57″N 75°43′47″W / 43.1992°N 75.7297°W / 43.1992; -75.7297 (Sylvan Beach Union Chapel)
Sylvan Beach
77 Tabernacle Baptist Church January 4, 2012
(#11001003)
8 Hopper St.
43°05′55″N 75°14′04″W / 43.0985°N 75.2345°W / 43.0985; -75.2345 (Tabernacle Baptist Church)
Utica
78 Waterville Triangle Historic District April 4, 1978
(#78001888)
Stafford Ave., Main and White Sts.
42°55′50″N 75°22′43″W / 42.9306°N 75.3786°W / 42.9306; -75.3786 (Waterville Triangle Historic District)
Waterville
79 Gen. John G. Weaver House December 7, 1989
(#89002093)
711 Herkimer Rd.
43°06′47″N 75°11′50″W / 43.1131°N 75.1972°W / 43.1131; -75.1972 (Gen. John G. Weaver House)
Utica
80 Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church January 13, 1988
(#87002275)
Prospect St.
43°19′34″N 75°11′02″W / 43.3261°N 75.1839°W / 43.3261; -75.1839 (Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church)
Remsen
81 Western Town Hall November 7, 1995
(#95001277)
Main St. at the junction with Stokes-Westernville Rd.
43°18′29″N 75°22′52″W / 43.3081°N 75.3811°W / 43.3081; -75.3811 (Western Town Hall)
Westernville
82 Wethersfield Stone Schoolhouse September 7, 2005
(#05000991)
NY 365
43°15′30″N 75°13′15″W / 43.2583°N 75.2208°W / 43.2583; -75.2208 (Wethersfield Stone Schoolhouse)
Trenton
83 Whiffen–Ribyat Building February 23, 2016
(#16000037)
327-331 Bleecker St.
43°06′03″N 75°13′33″W / 43.1008°N 75.2257°W / 43.1008; -75.2257 (Whiffen–Ribyat Building)
Utica 1893 building for local meatpacking company later used by furniture retailer
84 Whitestown Town Hall November 26, 1973
(#73001231)
8 Park Ave.
43°07′16″N 75°17′30″W / 43.1211°N 75.2917°W / 43.1211; -75.2917 (Whitestown Town Hall)
Whitesboro
85 Wright Settlement Cemetery May 8, 2012
(#12000256)
Cemetery Rd.
43°14′55″N 75°24′30″W / 43.2486°N 75.4084°W / 43.2486; -75.4084 (Wright Settlement Cemetery)
Rome
86 Zion Church August 21, 1997
(#97000950)
140 W. Liberty St.
43°12′46″N 75°27′29″W / 43.2128°N 75.4581°W / 43.2128; -75.4581 (Zion Church)
Rome

See also

National Register of Historic Places listings in New York

References

  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 June 4, 2021.
  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.
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