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Troy River and Fulton Streets, Fulton Market, Armory

Street address: River and Fulton streets
City: Troy
County: Rensselaer
Year constructed: 1830s
Architect: Unknown
Size : Unknown
Square footage: Unknown
Acreage: Unknown
Status: Vacated in 1884

 

Units Stationed:
Years:
Troy Citizens' Corps 1835 - 1867
24th Infantry Regiment 1868 - 1874
2nd Battalion 1874 - 1877
6th Separate Company 1878 - 1884
   
   
   

 

History

In 1884, the unit moved to the new Ferry Street Armory.

The 24th Regiment also occupied buildings on Second Street (referred to as the Washington Market) and 134 2nd Avenue between Congress and State Streets. In the 1840's and 1850's, the Independent Artillery and Washington Continentals were housed in the Madison Vedder building hall on Union Street.

Other armories in Troy:

Images

 

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: October 24, 2012
URL: http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/links/armories/Troy River and Fulton Streets.htm