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Northumberland Town, Saratoga County, NY

Historic postal village on "Snook Kil" named for Colonel Peter Gansevoort who settled here soon after the Revolutionary War. In 1871 it was a station on the Rensselaer & Saratoga Railroad and contained 2 churches, a hotel, 2 stores, a woolen factory, a grist mill, several mechanics shops, and about 200 residents.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
1st Street • 2nd Street • 3rd Street • Blackbird Lane • Catherine Street • Circle Drive • Forest Drive • Gansevoort Road • Kobor Road • Leonard Street • Petits Road • Railroad Avenue • Route 32 • Schuylerville Road • Stump Street