Founded in 1853, the Village of Cape Vincent, in new York state, has historical roots reaching back to 1615 when explorer Samuel de Champlain was in the vicinity. Fort Haldimand on Carleton Island played an important part in the Revolutionary War, and the Tibbetts Point Lighthouse, located on the shore where Lake Ontario empties into the St. Lawrence River has been an important navigation aid since 1827. Cape Vincent has many historic homes, including the Stone House, built by James LeRay de Chaumont in 1815 for his son Vincent, for whom he named the village and the Cornelius Sacket House (1900) an outstanding example of high style Colonial Revival architecture.
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