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Weir's Course
City Troy  +
Country United States  +
Description <p><span>The Victory Grounds i <p><span>The Victory Grounds in </span><a href="">Batestown</a><span> seems to have primarily been used for early baseball games, taking its name from the </span><a href="">Victory Base Ball Club</a><span>. Its location was described as near the Bull’s Head Tavern, which was at 862 River Street – the southeast corner of River Street and Glen Avenue. The Bull’s Head Tavern was also called the North Troy Hotel, or Weir’s Hotel after its proprietor John A. Weir (1809-1884). The Victory Grounds, or some portion of it, subsequently became the </span><a href="">Laureate Grounds</a><span>. (Lansingburgh Historical Society)</span></p> <p><span>This land aka Troy Pleasure Course.</span></p> oy Pleasure Course.</span></p>
Entered by Bruce Allardice +
Modern Address 862 River St.  +
Name Weir's Course  +
Reviewed true  +
State NY  +
Has improper value forThis property is a special property in this wiki. Coordinates  +
Categories Fields  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 July 2019 18:51:43  +
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