Johnson Hall (NRIS 66000520)

Address: Hall St., Johnstown, New York. County/parish: Fulton.

2 contributing buildings. 1 contributing site.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places October 15, 1966.

From Wikipedia:

Johnson Hall State Historic Site
Johnson Hall State Historic Site was the home of Sir William Johnson (1715–1774) an Irish pioneer who became the influential British Superintendent of Indian Affairs in the Province of New York, known for his strong relationship especially with the Mohawk and other Iroquois League nations. Johnson Hall is located at Hall Avenue, West State Street and Johnson Avenue, in Johnstown, New York. (read more...)


  • Fuller, Samuel

Architectural styles:

  • Georgian

Significant persons associated with this site:

  • Johnson, Sir William

National Park Service documentation: