Most monuments to individual military figures proudly display the name of the honoree, but this New York monument refuse to acknowledge the man it was erected for. You can see it, less than 2 hours from Utica.
Amid the beauty of the one of the most celebrated waterfalls of New York, legend says visitors can sometimes hear the forlorn bark of a ghost dog, whose howl symbolizes the loyalty of our canine companions.
A graveyard in Utica contains a haunting monument to a love story with a tragic twist.
Forest Hills Cemetery in Utica encompasses 135 acres, and was formally opened in 1850 after 2 years of planning and construction.
The cemetery serves as the final resting place to many distinguished figures, including former Vice President James Schoolcraft Sherman, Roscoe Conkling, who served as a US Representa