Hartford Museum and Civil War Enlistment Center

Historic Places tell the story of life in Hartford, New York in the 1800’s. The Museum houses artifacts from daily life, including various trades, their tools and products, homes and schools plus domestic equipment. The house itself dates from circa 1815 and evolved to its present form around 1853.

The Enlistment Center, the last of its kind in New York tells the story of Company E of the 123rd Regiment NYSV during America’s Civil War. Displays include the soldier’s equipment, letters and photos. A map traces their 3,000 mile journey from 1862 to the end of the war. Season and Hours Open
Open Sundays from 1-4pm during July and August or by appointment. Phone 518-632-9151
Don’t Miss This When Visiting
Historic cementery across the street contains graves of early settlers, revolutionary War and Civil War soldiers. Also contains unique Civil War monument

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New York State Military Museum Saratoga Springs, NY

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ADA Accessible
Tours Are Offered
Site is Child-friendly
Site is Pet-friendly

Latitude: 43.3645061 Longitude: -73.3932281 Elevation: 396 ft
Contact Information

Peter Swano - Hartford Historical Group
- (Fax)
Box 203
Hartford, NY 12838 US
[email protected]

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