The Coolkill, or Koolkill, Koele Killitie, etc. runs through Speigletown, south of Irish Road through Thieves Hollow in northern Lansingburgh, through Flynn’s Crossing under Haughney Road, and out to the Hudson River south of Campbell Island.


Cool Kill Camp on River Road, Thieves Hollow

Among the Societies.

The Rensselaer County Wheelmen will be guests of the Troy Yacht Club this evening. A sail up the river to Coolkill camp will be enjoyed, after which dancing will be a feature.
Troy Daily Times. August 17, 1896: 3 col 5.

Town of Lansingburgh cropped from COHOES, NY HISTORICAL MAP GEOPDF 15X15 GRID. USGS. 1898

—The North End Rod and Gun Club this morning received from the State Game and Fish Commission 10,000 brook trout, which were shipped from the hatchery at Bath, N.Y. Members of the club took the trout to the Deepkill and Coolkill.
Troy Times. March 18, 1908: 6 col 2.

Summer Camps Robbed.

Several of the summer camps on the Turner property on the River Road, north of Koolkill, have been broken into this spring and some valuable articles taken. At “The Hermitage,” Robert L. Miter’s bungalow, a large trunk containing woolen blankets was unlocked and most of its contents removed and then locked again. At Thomas E. Ward’s bungalow the thieves gained entrance to the cellar, but did not secure anything except a few tools. Herbert I. Gifford’s camp was also entered.
Troy Times. May 15, 1925: 12 col 4.

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