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Introduction
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Title
Empire State Society SAR Flagstaff
2)
Town, State
North White Plains, NY
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ID #
1859
4)
Compilation Date (Initial)
April 30, 2010
5)
Compilation Date (Latest)
April 30, 2010
6)
Site Worked Last
September 15, 2011
Description
This flagstaff honors and reinforces our country’s sustained certainty in the core value of American liberty. • The plaque-on-flagstaff memorial is situated on the grounds of the Elijah and Anne Miller house. An 18th century historic home situated in North White Plains, County of Westchester, New York, the property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, since 1976, and owned by Westchester’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation. Verifying that the site is accessible before traveling to it is very highly recommended; see the Westchester County link, below, for further information.• The memorial was erected by the Empire State Society, Sons of the American Revolution, and is situated on the east side of Virginia Road, north and west of its intersection with Broadway, Route 22, at the border with the city of White Plains. • It was dedicated in 1917.

Content
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1)
Patriotism
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Not Applicable
4)
Not applicable
5)
Not applicable
6)
Not Applicable
Design
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1.)
Man-made
2.)
Inscription/Text Design
Integrated
3)
Flagpole w/wo pedestal
5)
Average (life-size)
7)
Inscribed/lettered on tablet
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Text available, all
9)
Yes (see below)
9.1)
Image numbering/location
2800-832.1, 2800-832.2, 2800-832.3, 2800-832.4, 2800-832.5
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Design Preservation
Failing
11)
Inscript. Separate from M|M
No
12)
Designers
12.1)
Designer 1
Commercially available
13)
Fabricators/Builders
Not Applicable
Setting
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1)
Historic Landmark/Site
3)
Appearance/Setting
Completed
3.1)
Appeal of the Item
4 Satisfactory
3.2)
Setting appears appropriate
4 Satisfactory
3.3)
Traffic near for access, distanced for appreciation
5 Good
3.4)
Visualization and panorama
4 Satisfactory
3.5)
Opportunity to view, to enjoy the item
4 Satisfactory
3.6)
Overall Averaged Score
4.2 Satisfactory (Given a 1.0 - 7.0 Range)
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Not Entered
6)
Not Entered
7)
Not Entered
10)
Other Monuments on Site
11)
Unsatisfactory
12)
County government
Themes
1)
MonumentsandMemorials.com Themes
No Perceived Theme Match
2)
National Historic Landmark Themes
Social and Humanitarian Movements
Demography
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1)
File Number
44
2)
Town/City
North White Plains
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County
Westchester
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District
North Castle
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State
NY
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Zip
10603
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Country
United States
8)
Latitude (GPS)
41.0590970000
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Longitude (GPS)
-73.7704620000
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Intersecting Street 1
Viriginia Rd
11)
Intersecting Street 2
Lafayette Ave
12)
Additional Identifier 1
13)
Additional Identifier 2
15)
Man-made
16)
DAR/SAR | Fraternal Organizations/Groups
17)
The national existence
18)
Compilation Date (Initial)
April 30, 2010
19)
19.1)
Site Survey
19.2)
Website
20)
Compilation Date (Latest)
Not Entered
21)
Compilation Technique (Latest)
22)
Source Originator
monumentsandmemorials.com
Comments and Notes
THEMES: Social and Humanitarian Movements -- Empire State Society, Sons of the American Revolution
SPONSOR: DAR/SAR | Fraternal Organizations/Groups -- Empire State Society, Sons of the American Revolution
DEMOGRAPHY: Address -- 140 Virginia Road, North White Plains, NY 10603
COMMENT: The memorial is near sites where the Continental army, led by George Washington, fought the British in the Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776. There are indications that Washington for some period used the Miller house as a headquarters.




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