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Statystyka skrzynki
Holland Land Office - OU0485

 Birth Place of Western New York

Hidden by  Sabrefan7

N 42° 59.970' W 78° 11.483' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > New York
 Cache Type: BIT Cache
 Size: No container
 Status: Archived
 Date Hidden: 19 May 2013
 Date Created: 04 May 2012
 Last Modified: 03 October 2015
 Waypoint: OU0485


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Quick Cache Kid Friendly Wheelchair Access Historic Site Limited Hours Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description   EN   

You are looking for a small camoed Tupperware container the BIT and stash sheet are inside that.

This BIT cache will take you to,the Holland Land Office and Museum. During the first half of the 19th Century, the Holland Land Office Company used this historic landmark building. The Big Tree Treaty of 1797 between representatives of Declaration of Independence signer, Robert Morris and the Seneca Indians opened Western New York for settlement. Shortly after, the Holland Land Company purchased the land from Mr. Morris. The 3 1/2 million-acre purchase then became known as the Holland Purchase. Please visit the link below for the museum web site there is a lot of great information there


There is also a new Peace Garden. Part of the War of 1812 Bicentennial


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9 03 October 2015 Sabrefan7 Cache archived

Cache was archived.

11 16 August 2015 Sabrefan7 Temporarily unavailable

Cache will be temporarily unavailable.

2 09 June 2014 Mr.Yuck Didn't find it

Crud. Only physcial OCNA attempt of the day, and I couldn't find it, even after asking the owner for a hint via text, which he provided relatively quickly. I had a GeoKrety I picked up in Maryland, which came from Germany to drop, but it wasn't going to happen. Oh well, thanks anyways. Not saying it's missing, I was definitely running late to pick up my kid from Darien Lake in the rain.

1 09 July 2013 authorized users Found it

Woo hoo!  FTF baby! Our first FTF on an OCUS cache! Never logged a BIT cache before, either! Good thing we had a snowbrush in the truck still or we would've never been able to have reached it! Phew!  Hopefully, retrieval will be easier for the next finder.  TFTC!!