War of 1812 marker dedicated

The Daily News Online

Vincent Consiglio and his twin brother Anthony, 5, of Akron, stand next to the marker that was dedicated Thursday at the International Peace Garden. (Mark Gutman/Daily News)

Posted: Friday, October 12, 2012

 

The Genesee County Historians Association dedicated a War of 1812 bicentennial historical marker Thursday at the International Peace Garden, next to the Holland Land Office Museum in Batavia.

The historical marker reads as follows: ‘‘For the brave soldiers, Indian warriors and families of Genesee County who provided safe haven for fleeing refugees, rally for troops and support for our young nation during the War of 1812.’

(Photos by Mark Gutman/Daily News)

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