Stone and Limestone Buildings of Jefferson County


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Limestone House Outside of Brownville
Many of the early structures in Jefferson County were built from limestone and other stones quarried locally. There are a number of different kinds of limestone as well as other stone that local buildings were created from.

Many of these houses, barns, and other buildings are still standing and are used today. Some examples of some beautiful limestone houses can be found on the Perch River Road outside of Brownville.

Below are a list of some of the stone buildings in this wiki.








Alexandria:


Brownville:


Cape Vincent:


Champion:


Chaumont:


Henderson:


LaFargeville:


LeRay:


Lyme:


Orleans:


Oxbow:


Sackets Harbor:


Watertown:


See Also

Historic Structures in Jefferson County
Historic Structures in Watertown
Architecture
Jefferson County's Stone Building Appreciation Society (external link)



This page was created by lectrichead & has been edited 26 times. The last modification was made by - AJRII AJRII on Mar 29, 2009 5:50 pm