|Warrensburgh Historical Society||
Setting the Scene
Life in Warrensburg in 1817
Start your exhibit tour learning about life in Warrensburg prior to the the U.S. entering the War.
It is 1909, most people were not living past 49, the average wage was .22 cents and eggs were cheap by today's standards.
The speed limit was 10 miles per hour.
Those Who Died &
Those Who Came Home
After the War was Over
Peruse historical documents from the American Legion as well as newspaper accounts of life in Warrensburg after the war.
Warrensburgh Museum Hours
During this corvid-19 please confirm at 518-232-7349:
Wed., 12 - 2 pm, Sat. 11 am - 1 pm and Sun., 1 - 3 pm
Or by Appointment 518-232-7349
Masks required. No public restrooms.
Warrensburgh Historical Society
PO Box 441 (3754 Main Street)
Warrensburg, NY 12885
518-232-7349 or 518-623-2928