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"Malone, a post-village, capital of Franklin co., N.Y., in Malone township, on Salmon River, and on the Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain division of the Central Vermont Railroad, 61 miles E. by N. of Ogdensburg, and 57 miles W. of Rouse's Point. It is also on the Adirondack division of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad, about 155 miles direct or 254 miles by rail N. by W. of Albany. A bridge here crosses the river, which affords extensive Water-power and flows in a deep valley. Malone is pleasantly situated in a rich farming country. It contains 7 churches, 2 national banks, 3 newspaper offices, an academy, in iron foundry, 2 woollen-factories, a paper-mill, 3 flouring-mills, a tannery, and 2 machine-shops. Here is the Northern New York Institution for Deaf Mutes, with 150 inmates. The railroad machine- and repair-shops located here are on a large scale. Pop, in 1890, 4986; of the township, 8991."

Lippincott's Gazetteer of the World: A Complete Pronouncing Gazetteer Or Geographical Dictionary of the World Containing Notices of Over One Hundred and Twenty-five Thousand Places ...
Joseph Thomas
January 1, 1895
J.B. Lippincott

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  • 1854 - Malone
    Malone, a post-village in Malone town ship, and capital of Franklin county, New York, on both sides of Salmon river, and on the Northern railroad,...Read MORE...


  • News 1870 - A Malone, N. Y., dispatch of the 29th says the Fenian movement there had collapsed.
    General Gleason, Dr. Donnelly, Colonel Cullen, and Captain Mannox, of the Fenian army, had been arrested by United States Marshal Quimby. About...Read MORE...


  • News 1887 - Ex-Vice President Wm. A. Wheeler died at his home in Malone, N. Y., on June 4. His age was 68 years.

    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    June 11, 1887

  • News 1888 - At Malone, N. Y., the Empire block, including a hotel, opera-house and seven fine stores was burned on the 29th.
    Loss, $200,000. Isaac Chesley, a prominent merchant, was killed by and explosion in the hotel.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    February 4, 1888

  • Malone, New York, USA
    A Busy Day at Malone, N.Y.
  • Malone, New York, USA
    Hotel Flanagan, Malone, N.Y.
  • 1895 - Malone
    Malone, a post-village, capital of Franklin co., N.Y., in Malone township, on Salmon River, and on the Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain division of the...Read MORE...


  • Malone, New York, USA
    Salmon River
  • Malone, New York, USA
    McMillan Mills, Malone, N.Y.
  • Malone, New York, USA
    Morton Street, Malone, N.Y.
  • 1901 The Adirondack Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized at Malone, N. Y.

    Three centuries in Champlain valley.. Plattsburgh, N. Y. : Saranac chapter, D. A. R., 1909

  • Malone, New York, USA
    The Armoury
  • Malone, New York, USA
    Howard House and Park
  • 1906
    Malone, a banking post-village, capital of Franklin co., N.Y., in Malone township (town), on the Salmon River and on the New York Central and Hudson...Read MORE...


  • Malone, New York, USA
    Main Street
    postmarked 1908
  • Malone, New York, USA
    Franklin County Buildings
  • Malone, New York, USA
    Birdseye View of Malone, N.Y.
  • News 1913 - NINE DIE IN HOTEL BLAZE. MANY GUESTS ARE CAUGHT IN BED WHEN FLAMES DESTROY MALONE, N. Y. HOSTELRY.
    Malone, N. Y., April 18. - Nine persons were killed and fifteen more were injured as the result of fire which almost destroyed the Hotel De...Read MORE...


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    Franklin Academy High School
    postmarked 1913
  • Malone, New York, USA
    Main Street looking West
  • 1918 - Malone
    MALONE was formed from Chateaugay, March 2d, 1805, as “Harrison,” from Richard Harrison, proprietor. April 8th, 1808, changed to “Ezraville, from...Read MORE...


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    St. Joseph's Church


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Franklin Academy High School
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  • 1854 - Malone
    Malone, a post-village in Malone town ship, and capital of Franklin county, New York, on both sides of Salmon river, and on the Northern railroad,... Read MORE...

  • News  1870 - A Malone, N. Y., dispatch of the 29th says the Fenian movement there had collapsed.
    General Gleason, Dr. Donnelly, Colonel Cullen, and Captain Mannox, of the Fenian army, had been arrested by United States Marshal Quimby. About... Read MORE...

  • News  1887 - Ex-Vice President Wm. A. Wheeler died at his home in Malone, N. Y., on June 4. His age was 68 years.
    St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    June 11, 1887
  • News  1888 - At Malone, N. Y., the Empire block, including a hotel, opera-house and seven fine stores was burned on the 29th.
    Loss, $200,000. Isaac Chesley, a prominent merchant, was killed by and explosion in the hotel. St Joseph Herald
    Saint Joseph, Michigan
    February 4, 1888
  • 1895 - Malone
    Malone, a post-village, capital of Franklin co., N.Y., in Malone township, on Salmon River, and on the Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain division of the... Read MORE...

  • 1901 The Adirondack Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized at Malone, N. Y.

    Three centuries in Champlain valley.. Plattsburgh, N. Y. : Saranac chapter, D. A. R., 1909
  • 1906
    Malone, a banking post-village, capital of Franklin co., N.Y., in Malone township (town), on the Salmon River and on the New York Central and Hudson... Read MORE...

  • News  1913 - NINE DIE IN HOTEL BLAZE. MANY GUESTS ARE CAUGHT IN BED WHEN FLAMES DESTROY MALONE, N. Y. HOSTELRY.
    Malone, N. Y., April 18. - Nine persons were killed and fifteen more were injured as the result of fire which almost destroyed the Hotel De... Read MORE...

  • 1918 - Malone
    MALONE was formed from Chateaugay, March 2d, 1805, as “Harrison,” from Richard Harrison, proprietor. April 8th, 1808, changed to “Ezraville, from... Read MORE...

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