— THANK YOU FOR VISITING —
Hammond, New York is a beautiful, rural farming community that borders the spectacular St. Lawrence River, Thousand Islands and Black Lake Regions of Upstate New York. We have a rich history of farmers that in many cases are descendants from Scottish settlers that came here in 1818. Our special museum holds many artifacts unique to Hammond and its people. We are committed and focused on preserving the memories and heritage of generations of Hammond residents. We are particularly proud to live in an area that boasts some of the largest concentrations of Scottish Stone Houses throughout the United States!
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HH Museum & send to PO Box 107, Hammond, NY 13646.
I am having trouble getting proper credit card button to work, but hope to get it corrected by next week. (In the meantime, you could pay via the Donate button.)
Hours (When Historian Is UsuallyPresent):
Wednesday: 10 AM – 4 PM
Saturday: 9 AM – 1 PM
We have masks available if you forget yours & we also have proper hand sanitizer
& spray donated by Dark Island Spirits, Alex Bay, NY .
(Special Visits By Appointment. Call 315-324-6628 or 315-528-4742)
OUR FIRST SCOTTISH SETTLER WAS WILLIAM MCNEIL. He lived in a cave on the shore of Chippewa Bay prior to 1812. The solid 8 foot tall stone statue of William McNeil in front of our museum was carved by local artist, Carmen D'Avino.