June 15, 1813: British warships, returning after raiding Sackett's Harbor, land at Charlotte and confiscate supplies of grain, pork, and flour. No one was harmed during the raid and the British provided a receipt to George Latta for goods taken.
June 15, 1900: Dubbed as 'Otis Day', Rochester celebrates the home coming and retirement of General Elwell S. Otis from the Philippines where he led the Battle of Manila. A parade is held under a memorial arch at Main St. and East Ave. The US 15th Infantry as well as the 5th and 7th Artillery participated in the celebration, arriving a few days prior and setting up camp (Camp Otis) at Maplewood park.