Need a noo--- place to chew your cud?
The grass is greener on the Canajoharie side of the fence.
Ruminate about the questions found below before visiting "udder-ly" beautiful Canajoharie, NY and Palatine Bridge. Then, mooo-ve over to greener pastures.
1.answer What famous Revolutionary War General slept in Canajoharie in 1783 ?
2.answer What Canajoharie school building, listed on the National Historic Register, was built in 1893 ?
3.answer What is the name of the world renowned business which was here in Canajoharie from 1891 until 2009?
4.answer A state senator once lived in this building. It now houses about 30 retired women. What is the building called?
A famous railroad man invented the sleeping and palace cars in 1856. He lived in Palatine
Bridge. Who is this man?
6.answer This womens rights activist lived in Canajoharie and was the school administrator from 1846-1850.
7.answer What was the
name of the Governor Hugh Carey's Lt. Governor who owned a home in Canajoharie?
Canajoharie and Palatine Bridge. "The Pride of the Mohawk Valley". A historical "melting pot". Canajoharie is the most intact Erie Canal village found in the Mohawk Valley. All of the buildings found on Church Street in Canajoharie were built as a result of the prosperity brought by the Erie Canal which flowed directly through the village. Many of them were constructed of limestone. The graphic to the left represents just a few.
8.answer Canajoharie is a Mohawk Indian name which means ___ ______ ___.
Answer What will your day be like when you visit Canajoharie?
9.answer What is the name of the geologically beautiful park in Canajoharie?
10.answer What group of native Americans, located four miles from Canajoharie, have reestablished themselves as a traditional community after being absent from the Mohawk Valley for hundreds of years?
11.answer There are about sixty families representing this agricultural way of life who have recently located in historical Town of Palatine. They use horses instead of tractors. Who are they?
12.answer What material came from Canajoharie and was used to support the Brooklyn Bridge?
village has been nominated to be a Heritage Town?
14.answer What Canajoharie building was constructed by Bartlett Arkell, owner of Beech-Nut, in 1926?
15.answer What Mayor of Canajoharie documented the history of Canajoharie in an unpublished book back in 1929?
16.answer Name the Mayor of Canajoharie who presided over the planning of the new Canajoharie Riverfront Park? What is This?
17.answer Who is the bike trail advocate who helped to create the beautiful Erie Canalway Trail (Bike Trail) throughout Canajoharie and Montgomery County?
18.answer What beer company was located on Mill Street in Canajoharie?
19.answer What building was built in 1877 which replaced the burned out business structures of Canajoharie that same year?
20.answer Can you name the famous chewing gum which was made in Canajoharie back in 1960s and 1970s?
21.answer What floating restaurant saw its demise as a result of the expanding Erie Canal?
22.answer What Canajoharie Christmas tradition was started in 1917 in Canajoharie?
23.answer A police dummy was given to the Village of Canajoharie in 1926. Where is this dummy now?
24.answer What monument was donated to the Village of Canajoharie by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1911?
25.answer Who donated one million dollars toward the construction of Canajoharies new high school?
26.answer What New York State office is located here in Canajoharie?
27.answer A famous senator, who eventually became United States President, had lunch in this famous Canajoharie hotel in 1960?
28.answer What ten million dollar building was recently finished in Canajoharie that every art connoisseur will appreciate?
29.answer Which church in Canajoharie was built by Doctor White in 1873 so his daughter would have a church in which to be married?
30.answer There is a tavern in Canajoharie which has been here since 1830. The name has changed but the original structure of the building remains basically the unchanged except for the renovated storefront. What is the present name of this tavern?
31.answer The first state chartered bank in Canajoharie was the _______ ________ ____. That bank no longer exists but the building is still being used as a bank today under a different name.
32.answer What Medal of Honor recipient owned a shoe and boot store in Canajoharie from 1877 to 1920?
33.answer What is the name of the geological gateway just East of Canajoharie?
34.answer A Canajoharie citizen formed a company in 1859 and made a significant invention that later changed Canajoharie and the world. Who was that person and what was the invention?
35.answer Who was involved with the manufacturing of world globes back in the eighteen hundreds?
36.answer What world renowned art collection is displayed here in Canajoharie? Who's this guy?
37.answer Why are people moving to Canajoharie?
38.answer What notorious visitors have been to the Village of Canajoharie and to our house? new stuff
39.answer What was the name of the
circus created in Canajoharie?
40.answer What famous pilot visited Canajoharie and flew for Beech-Nut in an advertising campaign?
41.answer The facade of several of our "Erie Canal" vintage buildings are being refurbished. They will look as they did around 1880. What are the details of this project?
42. answer Who is responsible for the many grants Canajoharie has received over the past four years in order to complete the store front renovation projects?
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