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Look at each clue, read the riddle, and see if you can spy the answers.
Click on the clue pictures to discover if you are correct!

 

 
 

Fort Plain Free Library
This building was donated by the Williams family, to house an ever-changing collection for all to see.

Fritcher Opera House
Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti-do; dribble, shoot, score, were sounds heard through this door that is no more.

Ft. Plain - Masonic Temple
Until recently under fraternal rule,
its history began as the Fort Plain High School
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Ft. Plain - Clinton Inst.
This building once stored artillery,
for an academy that used to be.

Ft. Plain Museum
This building holds our town's history, including a famous painting by Richard Gibney.

 


Haslett Park Fountain
The center of town, in a flash,
the children love to run and splash.


A song was written for a girl who lived here, a hotel for those traveling from far and near.

Ft. Plain -  DAR House
Isaac Paris Jr. built this in 1786, a home and a trading post for those in a fix.

Ft. Plain - Fireman's Home
This bell once rang for a fire long ago
and was placed so that all would know.

Ft. Plain - Erie Canal
Through the lock flowed one of the main streets of our town. "Clinton's Ditch" it was known to all around.

 

 
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