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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dutchess County, New York

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    Orange County (475)
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    Ulster County (238)
    Fairfield County, Connecticut (372)
    Litchfield County, Connecticut (239)
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101New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 7 — “Aren’t We Dressed Up Fine?”
“Aren’t We Dressed Up Fine?” The Dutchess and Columbia Railroad Company built this corner building as its head- quarters in 1870. Later, its offices were moved to Dutchess Junction, near Beacon. From 1889 - 1891 the building was . . . — Map (db m140040) HM
102New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 15 — “Downstreet”The Museum in the Streets
“Downstreet” The intersection at this stoplight has been an important crossroads for generations, known colloquially to villagers as "downstreet." J.B. McQuaig, an Irish immigrant, ran the general store pictured here for much of the . . . — Map (db m140119) HM
103New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 25 — “Gandy Dancers”The Museum in the Streets
“Gandy Dancers” Railroad maintenance was a constant necessity. Skilled workers and day laborers were hired to grade the land, build trestles, lay and realign the tracks, and keep things in good repair. Nicknamed "gandy dancers," . . . — Map (db m140230) HM
104New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 9 — “Perfect Service and Perfect Food”The Museum in the Streets
“Perfect Service and Perfect Food” There have been three prefabricated diners at this location since Charlie Simonson brought the first one to Millbrook from Westchester County in 1929. Acquired in 1931 by Carmine Nardone, it was . . . — Map (db m140043) HM
105New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 10 — “Rough Stonework a Specialty”The Museum in the Streets
“Rough Stonework a Specialty” Rocks abound throughout the region in fields, streams, and forest glens. They were incorporated into structures and stone walls that line roadways and delineate old pastureland. In the hands of skilled . . . — Map (db m140114) HM
106New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 4 — “Up to Date in Every Respect”The Museum in the Streets
“Up to Date in Every Respect” That was the boast of Sheldon's Pharmacy, across from the railroad station. It had a popular soda fountain, carried souvenirs, published and sold local postcard views like this one, and attracted . . . — Map (db m140037) HM
107New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 2 — A Tribute and a GiftThe Museum in the Streets
A Tribute and a Gift The Descendants of Isaac and Hannah Thorn(e) have been part of this community since the 1740s, when much of the area was settled by the Society of Friends (Quakers). Isaac's great grandson, Jonathan Thorne (1801-84), was a . . . — Map (db m139984) HM
108New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 18 — A Wing and a PrayerThe Museum in the Streets
A Wing and a Prayer Grace Episcopal Church (1901) anchors the upper end of Millbrook's Franklin Avenue. Stucco, stone, turrets, and towers combine in homage to the English Arts and Crafts movement. The interior, though somewhat altered, still . . . — Map (db m140175) HM
109New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 17 — A World of InformationThe Museum in the Streets
A World of Information On November 11, 1901, thirteen prominent citizens discussed the need for a local library. Two weeks later, a constitution was adopted, charter members and a board of trustees were elected, and the Millbrook Free Library . . . — Map (db m140174) HM
110New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 5 — All Aboard!
All Aboard! Rail service had been debated for years before George Hunter Brown and his partners finally succeeded in bringing it to the area in 1869, after the Civil War. The new station and village evolving around it were named after Brown's . . . — Map (db m140038) HM
111New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 22 — Athletics and CommunityThe Museum in the Streets
Athletics and Community Built in 1914 as the local YMCA, the building in front of you was dedicated 6 "the physical and moral improvement of the youth of Millbrook." Designed by the noted New York City architect James Ware, the structure housed . . . — Map (db m140184) HM
112New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 21 — Blown AwayThe Museum in the Streets
Blown Away The Millbrook Gas and Electric Company (1894-1920), founded by Charles Dieterich, pioneered the use of acetylene in America and provided street lights at 300 village locations. Unfortunately, the gas proved to be highly volatile, and . . . — Map (db m140182) HM
113New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Community Band Shell
In Grateful Acknowledgement For the Community Effort Put Forth by The Millbrook Lions In the Construction of the Community Band Shell Dedicated June 14, 1987 Village of Millbrook Board of Trustees — Map (db m140180) HM
114New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 26 — Founding FamiliesThe Museum in the Streets
Founding Families Considered the oldest residence In the village, this house (1750) was known for generations as the Haight family homestead. Owned by Philip Hart, an early entrepreneur, it was purchased in 1795 by Ebenezer Mott, then sold to . . . — Map (db m140231) HM
115New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 13 — From Primary School to Town HallThe Museum in the Streets
From Primary School to Town Hall Built as a primary school in 1913, this red-brick building housed kindergarten and grades 1-3 in four rooms for more than 50 years. Generations of children learned their ABCs here and fondly recall their . . . — Map (db m140117) HM
116New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 8 — In Stock and For SaleThe Museum in the Streets
In Stock and For Sale Hardware and farm equipment have been sold here since the 1870s. Plows, spring wagons, buggies, garden barrows, and tools are all listed in James Reardon's 1895 newspaper ad. Practical plumbing, steam and hot-water . . . — Map (db m140041) HM
117New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 12 — Irish and Italian ImmigrantsThe Museum in the Streets
Irish and Italian Immigrants Alden Place used to be called "Hogan's Alley" after a news- paper comic strip, begun in 1895, about immigrant children using odd slang. The Irish were the first to settle on Alden Place, having moved to Millbrook to . . . — Map (db m140116) HM
118New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Jacob Willetts   Deborah Willetts
Jacob Willetts Deborah Willetts Widely Known Educators Lived here in early 19th Century State Education Department 1935 — Map (db m139342) HM
119New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 24 — Life’s Little PleasuresThe Museum in the Streets
Life’s Little Pleasures Nuncia Galuppo Petrone's specialty shop carried a wide assortment of Italian groceries she offered both imported foods and homemade dolci (sweets). Olive oil was featured both for table and medicinal use. The circa 1905 . . . — Map (db m140229) HM
120New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Meeting House
Meeting House Built in 1780 by the Nine Partners Meeting of the Society of Friends State Education Department 1955 — Map (db m139341) HM
121New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Millbrook Bicentennial
1776   1976 Town of Washington Village of Millbrook Celebrate the Bicentennial 200 Years of Freedom Erected by the Bicentennial Commission Ernest A. Ciferri, Chairman William L. Still, Co-Chairman Robert J. Rogers, Co-Chairman . . . — Map (db m139867) HM
122New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Millbrook Veterans Memorial
In Memoriam All Men and Women of The Millbrook Area Who have Paid the Supreme Sacrifice In All Past Wars . . . Particular Remembrance Korea 1950 – 1953 Charles Johnson   Richard Strothers John Wing Died in Service – . . . — Map (db m139865) WM
123New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Millbrook Veterans Monument
1941   1945 Dedicated to the Veterans of the Town of Washington Who Served in Our Country’s Defense and to the Imperishable Memory of Those Who Died Adams, Stirling S. · Alexander, John M. · Alexander, William F. · Anderson, Alexander L. · . . . — Map (db m139542) WM
124New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Millbrook, New YorkThe Museum in the Streets
Welcome to Millbrook in 1697, when this area was thickly forested and unexplored, nine men formed a partnership and were granted a royal charter to a huge tract of land that stretched from the Hudson River to what would become the Connecticut . . . — Map (db m139866) HM
125New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Nine Partners School
Nine Partners School On this site, 1796-1863, Influential in Education Famous for its teachers And pupils State Education Department 1935 — Map (db m139340) HM
126New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 11 — Old FirehouseThe Museum in the Streets
Old Firehouse A series of fires prompted 30 men to form the Millbrook Fire Company No. 1 in 1908 to protect local property and lives. In 1909, they purchased this corner lot from Oakleigh Thorne and constructed the building a year later for . . . — Map (db m140115) HM
127New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 1 — St. Joseph’s ChurchThe Museum in the Streets
St. Joseph's Church Before St. Joseph's Church was completed in 1872, local Catholics had been served by priests who rode out either from Poughkeepsie or Amenia to conduct Mass in an inter-denominational hall. St. Joseph's became an . . . — Map (db m139983) HM
128New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 16 — Strike Up the Band!The Museum in the Streets
Strike Up the Band! Millbrook has always loved a parade, whether to celebrate a victory or holiday. Shown here in the large photo is the Armistice parade of 1918, marking the end of the "War to End All Wars." Red Cross workers marched down . . . — Map (db m140173) HM
129New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 20 — Tents and TogasThe Museum in the Streets
Tents and Togas Latin used to be an integral part of the high-school curriculum so much so that in 1920-21, three of the eleven faculty members taught the language. Summer school (shown here) was voluntary, not remedial, and popular classes in . . . — Map (db m140178) HM
130New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 14 — The Great Fire of 1916The Museum in the Streets
The Great Fire of 1916 In December 1916, the headline in the local newspaper ran “$100,000 Fire Sweeps Business Section of Village.” An entire block had been destroyed. Despite a well-organized bucket brigade, the fire department, . . . — Map (db m140118) HM
131New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — 19 — The School That Launched a VillageThe Museum in the Streets
The School That Launched a Village Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Thorne Memorial Building (also known as Millbrook Memorial School) was built in 1894 by the four surviving children of Jonathan and Lydia Thorne to honor . . . — Map (db m140177) HM
132New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — To Honor All Those Who Served
To Honor All Those Who Served — Map (db m141505) WM
133New York (Dutchess County), Millbrook — Tribute Garden
This Garden was created by The Millbrook Garden Club and planted with Trees, Shrubs and Flowers native to Our Country. It is Dedicated as a Tribute and Memorial to the Soldiers and Sailors who went from the Township of . . . — Map (db m139541) WM
134New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — Iron Mine PondTaconic State Park
People have mined iron in the Taconic region since the late 1700s. The first iron furnace with a steam-powered bellows was built on this site in 1847. Caleb Maltby purchased the mine in 1861 and the Maltby Iron Company produced a high grade of iron . . . — Map (db m138098) HM
135New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — Irondale Cemetery
Irondale, Millerton, Town of North East. Old Stone 1818. — Map (db m135709) HM
136New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — 428 — Irondale School
One room schoolhouse ca. 1850-1930. Stood here until 2013 when moved to Village of Millerton for Visitors' Center. — Map (db m132682) HM
137New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — 428 — Irondale School
One room schoolhouse ca. 1850-1930. Stood here until 2013 when moved to Village of Millerton for visitors' center. — Map (db m135711) HM
138New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — Rudd Pond
Major Bezaleel Rudd, 1751-1846, cleared land and erected home on this site. Served in the Revolution. — Map (db m138071) HM
139New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — Spencer's CornersNorth East Post Office
May 1, 1773, first Baptist covenant meeting in North East held at home of Rev. Simon Dakin, near here. — Map (db m138074) HM
140New York (Dutchess County), Millerton — Town of North East War Memorial
Dedicated in honor and in memory of the valiant men and women of the Town of North East who served in our nation's conflicts. — Map (db m135829) WM
141New York (Dutchess County), North East — North East Center Burying Ground
Early stone marked 1801 — Map (db m137993) HM
142New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Akin Hall
Built and dedicated in 1881 by A. J. Akin. Used by Christ Church since 1895. Moved to former site of Mizzentop Hotel by Lowell Thomas 1936. — Map (db m25020) HM
143New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Applachian Trail
The Applachian Trail a footpath from Georgia to Maine, since 1922 Maintained by volunteers, crosses Rt.22 near here. — Map (db m144323) HM
144New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Cole’s Mill
Founded 1842 by Emery Cole Ruins 870 ft. west Produced flour, feed & grain Wagonmaking shop added run by son, Albert S. Cole — Map (db m24976) HM
145New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Dutchess County
Created in 1683 and named for the Dutchess of York. The “T” in original name is still used. — Map (db m88575) HM
146New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Fredericksburg 1778
From September 20 to November 28, 1778 George Washington, his generals and army of 13,000 were located in or around Fredericksburg, with the John Kane house serving as headquarters. From here emanated George Washington’s strategy of . . . — Map (db m24555) HM
147New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Grange Hall
Pawling Grange founded 1897. Hall built by Grange members in 1946 as meeting place and community center. Sold to Town of Pawling in 1962. — Map (db m24658) HM
148New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — In memory of General George Washington
In memory of General George Washington Commander in Chief of Continental Army Fredericksburg Sept. 19 – Nov. 27, 1778 Made possible through the efforts of Senator Vincent L. Leibell The Historical Society of . . . — Map (db m24556) HM
149New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — John Kane House
General Washington’s hdqtrs at Fredericksburg (Pawling) Sept. – Nov. 1778 – Kane was a prosperous landowner, early supervisor and a Tory. — Map (db m24522) HM
150New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — John L. Worden
Commander of the Monitor, against the Confederate Ram, Merrimac. Hampton Roads, Mar. 9, 1862; Rear Admiral, U.S.N. is buried here. — Map (db m63935) HM
151New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Lakeside Park
Dutcher House Recreation Area. Included 1/2m trotting track. Home of Harlem Valley Agricultural Fair 1887-91 WWII USAAF Center — Map (db m52012) HM
152New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Living Memorial
These trees were planted as a Living Memorial to Thomas E. Dewey Governor of the State of New York 1943 – 1955 and his wife Frances Hutt Dewey Faithful member of the congregation of Christ Church on Quaker Hill . . . — Map (db m25018) HM
153New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Memorial Trees
Dedicated May 4, 1945 to honor Town of Pawling men who gave their lives in the service of their country during World War II. Marker donated Am. Legion Aux. — Map (db m24653) HM
154New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Methodist Church
First church built in 1809 South Road; second church in 1854 on Main Street. This church erected in 1864. Additions in 1928 and 1960. — Map (db m24888) HM
155New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Mizzen Top Hotel
Was located on this site from 1880 – 1933. The building was three stories high, faced the west with two hundred feet frontage. It was opened during the summer seasons and accommodated 250 guests. Porches bordered three sides. The spacious . . . — Map (db m25016) HM
156New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Murrow Park
Originally the Burr Farm, Murrow Park was purchased by the Pawling Lions Club from Mr. & Mrs. Howard Burr and Miss Altana Burr. The Lions Club purchased the property for recreation and enjoyment by the residents of Pawling in 1965. — Map (db m24977) HM
157New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Oblong Meeting House
Oblong Meeting House Of the Society of Friends Erected in 1742 south of this road Present building erected in 1764 First effective action against slavery taken here in 1767 Occupied as hospital January 1779 By Revolutionary . . . — Map (db m25026) HM
158New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Pawling School 1907
Dr. Frederick L. Gamage founded the school to prepare boys for college The name was changed to Trinity – Pawling in 1947 — Map (db m24656) HM
159New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Pawling Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to The Memory of Those Who Paid for Our Freedom With Their Lives World War II 1941 – 1945 Ira Baker • George N. Burr • John Stark Colman • Harold Davis • Walter C. Fischer • John Holladay • Leon O’Dell • Edward J. . . . — Map (db m24654) WM
160New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Pawling World War I and Civil War Memorial
[ West Side ] Roll of Honor To Honor the Pawling Men Who Served in the World War This Tablet is Erected By The Inhabitants of the Town 1917 – 1919 Akin, Albert John • Alfredson, David • Anderson, Edward . . . — Map (db m24655) HM
161New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — Purgatory Hill
Purgatory Hill Named by the Continental Army encamped here fall of 1778. Site of great barbecue celebrating anniversary of Burgoyne’s defeat – Saratoga — Map (db m24979) HM
162New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — The Eastern BorderHistoric New York
Mahican and Wappinger Indians once inhabited the area between the Taconic Mountains and the Hudson Valley. Dutch settlers first occupied the river front, so that later comers settled in these highlands. Palatine Germans came from the ill-fated tar . . . — Map (db m144321) HM
163New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — The First Oblong Friends Meeting House
The First Oblong Friends Meeting House was erected on this site in 1742. It was used as a place of worship until 1764. West of the site was the Friends burial ground. During the fall and winter of 1778 the present meeting house was a hospital . . . — Map (db m25028) HM
164New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — The Great Barbecue
A section of the Continental Army of the Revolutionary War was stationed on the western slopes of Quaker Hill from September 16, to November 28, 1778. The Great Barbecue Occurred on the hillside across this road. October 17, 1778 It . . . — Map (db m24521) HM
165New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — The Great Barbecue
A section of the Continental Army of the Revolutionary War was stationed on the western slopes of Quaker Hill from September 16, to November 28, 1778. The Great Barbecue Barbecue Occurred on the hillside across this road. October 17, . . . — Map (db m24551) HM
166New York (Dutchess County), Pawling — The Oblong
This marker denotes the western boundary of Connecticut under an agreement reached in 1683 between Governor Thomas Dongan of New York and Governor Robert Treat of Connecticut. Later the Treaty of Dover signed on May 14, 1731 moved the western . . . — Map (db m24980) HM
167New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — 353 — Attlebury School
Attlebury School District #12 Built ca. 1911 After Original Building Destroyed by Fire in 1909. Closed 1945. Acquired by Stanford Hist. Soc. 2014. — Map (db m140611) HM
168New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Attlebury School House
Attlebury School House has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016 by the United States Department of the Interior William G. Pomeroy Foundation 2016 Attlebury School The one room schoolhouse on this . . . — Map (db m140614) HM
169New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Brush House
Made from oak logs hewn square, 1773 or 4; a log blockhouse. Siding put on over original house in 1881. — Map (db m135708) HM
170New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Carman Mill
Carman Mill A mill stood here as early as 1784. Processing timber, wool, apples and grain with water power. Struck by lightning & burned in 1936. — Map (db m144591) HM
171New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Dr. H.C. Wilber
Erected to the memory of Dr. H.C. Wilber who practiced medicine in Pine Pains from 1807 to 1818 ( left plaque ) Erected to honor Dr. Walter W. Wicks who practiced medicine in Pine Pains from 1928 - 1983 ( right . . . — Map (db m144632) HM
172New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Dutchess-Columbia County Line
Dutchess-Columbia County Line Dutchess County organized 1803 Columbia County organized 1823 — Map (db m165602) HM
173New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Grinding Works
Site of Grinding Works Founded by Col. Silas Harris about 1832. — Map (db m144588) HM
174New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Harris Scythe Works
Site of Harris Scythe Works. Founded by John Harris about 1765. operations ceased 1864. — Map (db m135792) HM
175New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Hubbell Spring
Hubbell Spring Named for Mr Hubbell who built cabin nearby about 1760. Watering trough here since that date. — Map (db m144644) HM
176New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — In Memory
In Memory Of James E. Clifford And In Honor Of Those Who Served In The Armed Forces Of The United States — Map (db m145536) WM
177New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Isaac Huntting Homestead
Isaac Huntting Homestead Built 1774. In Huntting Family about 1904. — Map (db m144587) HM
178New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Mount Ross
Mount Ross Named for Captain Thomas Ross, who was called "Baron Ross", Died August, 1762. — Map (db m165659) HM
179New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Old Moravian Church
Site of Old Moravian Church Built in 1743 of bark. Mentioned in 1840 at dedication of Union Bethel Church — Map (db m144586) HM
180New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Old Pine Trees
Site of Old Pine Trees under pine trees chiefs of a Mohican Indian tribe were buried. Pine Plains named for these trees on plains. — Map (db m144628) HM
181New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Old Tavern
Site of Old Tavern Log House Tavern in 1798, Dr. Asahel Haskins, Prop. Hotel Built 1804 by F. & E. Dibblee. G. Ketterer Owner Enlarged Hotel 1872 & 1882. — Map (db m140608) HM
182New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Old Turnpike
Old Turnpike Rhinebeck – Salisbury Turnpike. Legislative act passed April 2, 1802. — Map (db m144629) HM
183New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Pine Plains
Organized 1823. Named to commemorate pine trees that grew on the plains. Part of Northeast 1788. Part of Little Nine Partners 1706. — Map (db m135793) HM
184New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Pine Plains Northeast Line
Pine Plains organized 1823. Northeast formed 1788 and included Milan and Pine Plains. Milan taken off in 1818 — Map (db m137996) HM
185New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Pine Plains Northeast Line
Pine Plains Northeast Line Pine Plains organized 1823. Northeast Formed 1788 and included Milan and Pine Plains. Milan taken off in 1818. — Map (db m144589) HM
186New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Pine Plains-Stanford Line
Pine Plains-Stanford Line Pine Plains organized 1823. Part of Northeast 1788 and Little Nine Partners 1706. Stanford organized 1793. Part of Washington 1788 and Great Nine Partners 1697 — Map (db m144592) HM
187New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Red Church
Site of Red Church. Built by German Reformers 1772 on Pulver farm, torn down 1826, known as the Old Red Church. — Map (db m135706) HM
188New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Roll of Honor
Roll of Honor Pine Plains, New York Spanish American War Fred Bostwick · Fred Knickerbocker World War I Henry Dathrick · Webster Bathrick · Smith Bielby · Clyde S. Bouton · Russ R. Bouton · Frank Brandt · George H. Cahill · . . . — Map (db m144594) WM
189New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Roll of Honor
Roll of Honor Pine Plains, New York Korean Conflict Elinor Adams · Francis Baldwin · Joseph Bartolomeo · Richard Bartolomeo · Frank Bossolini · John N. Boyles · Faye Brusie · Robert Cahill · William Cahill · Walter Clinch · Robert Couse, Sr. · . . . — Map (db m144595) WM
190New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Seymour Smith Academy
Site of Seymour Smith Academy Opened 1879: leased 1896, as Union Free School. Rev. A. Mattice, A.M. only principal. 1002 graduates. — Map (db m144631) HM
191New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Town and County Line
Town and County Line Gallatin, Columbia County. Pine Plains, Dutchess County. Galatin organized 1803. Pine Plains organized 1823. — Map (db m144635) HM
192New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Town and County Line
Town and County Line Gallatin, Columbia County Pine Plains, Dutchess County Galatin organized 1803 Pine Plains organized 1823 — Map (db m165600) HM
193New York (Dutchess County), Pine Plains — Union Library
Union Library of Pine Plains Organized 1798. Ebenezer Baldwin first librarian. First public library in Town of North East — Map (db m144593) HM
194New York (Dutchess County), Pleasant Valley — Pleasant Valley Veterans War Memorial
Pleasant Valley Veterans War Memorial “All Gave Some Some Gave All” In Honor and Tribute to the Brave Men and Women of Our Town Who Proudly and Honorably Served to Preserve Freedom and Democracy April 6, 1917 . . . — Map (db m144427) WM
195New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — 5th Ward Honor Roll
To Honor Those Men And Women Of The Fifth Ward Who So Valiantly Served Their Country In World War II Dedicated Sept. 3, 1946 Adams, W. • Adriance, H. F. • Ahrens, H. S. • Aide, H. • Allen, C. • Allers, E. J. • Allers, J. F. • Allers, R. . . . — Map (db m37736) HM
196New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — Back on Track
In 1992, Walkway Over the Hudson was established to preserve the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge, transform it into a linear park and trailway and provide long-term stewardship. With public and private support, the bridge-to-park . . . — Map (db m142779) HM
197New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — Bennett Gate
Bennett Gate In memory of Sidonie Bennett, a Holocaust survivor and Hungarian immigrant whose dream of a Vassar education for her daughter was realized here. Given, with gratitude, by Dr. Georgette Bennett '67 and her family . . . — Map (db m37641) HM
198New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — Built to Last
Conceived in the 1860s, the Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge created the only Hudson River crossing between New York City and Albany. Political and financial difficulties prevented the project from getting underway for several years. In 1886, . . . — Map (db m142777) HM
199New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — Catskill Mountains400 Years of History
Formed over 300 million years ago, the Catskill Mountains have more than 35 peaks over 3,500 feet, cover 6,000+ square miles, and provide 90% of New York City's water supply. The Catskills have been a tourist destination and a haven for artists for . . . — Map (db m145008) HM
200New York (Dutchess County), Poughkeepsie — City DowntownA Notable Industrial and Civic Center — Greater Walkway Experience —
As "Queen City of the Hudson River Valley," Poughkeepsie has been a beehive of activity since settlers first established riverfront industries here in the early 1700s. Geography helped fuel the transformation from town to city. The Fall Kill Creek . . . — Map (db m141937) HM

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Feb. 28, 2021