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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Dutchess County, New York

 
Clickable Map of Dutchess County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Dutchess County, NY (337) Columbia County, NY (231) Orange County, NY (539) Putnam County, NY (122) Ulster County, NY (263) Fairfield County, CT (395) Litchfield County, CT (248) Berkshire County, MA (149)  DutchessCounty(337) Dutchess County (337)  ColumbiaCounty(231) Columbia County (231)  OrangeCounty(539) Orange County (539)  PutnamCounty(122) Putnam County (122)  UlsterCounty(263) Ulster County (263)  FairfieldCountyConnecticut(395) Fairfield County (395)  LitchfieldCounty(248) Litchfield County (248)  BerkshireCountyMassachusetts(149) Berkshire County (149)
Poughkeepsie is the county seat for Dutchess County
Adjacent to Dutchess County, New York
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      Orange County (539)  
      Putnam County (122)  
      Ulster County (263)  
      Fairfield County, Connecticut (395)  
      Litchfield County, Connecticut (248)  
      Berkshire County, Massachusetts (149)  
 
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1New York, Dutchess County, Amenia — Amenia
On New York State Route 22, on the left when traveling north.
Named from the Latin "amoena," "pleasant to the eye," by Dr. Thomas Young, early settler, who also named VermontMap (db m138008) HM
2New York, Dutchess County, Amenia — Amenia Veterans Memorial
On E Main Street (New York State Route 343) near North Street (U.S. 44), on the right when traveling west.
To the men and women of the Town of Amenia who from the Revolution to the World War served in the armed forces of their country in the time of need, the People of Amenia have erected this memorial and dedicated this park as a . . . Map (db m144423) WM
3New York, Dutchess County, Amenia — Dutchess County
On New York State Route 343, 0.2 miles north of Randall Road, on the left when traveling south.
Dutchess County Ceated in 1683 and named for the Dutchess of York. The “t” in original name is still usedMap (db m144290) HM
4New York, Dutchess County, Amenia — Troutbeck
On New York State Route 343, 0.1 miles west of Leedsville Road, on the left when traveling west.
Troutbeck Former home of Myron B. Benton, poet-naturalist, friend of John Burroughs, Emerson and ThoreauMap (db m144291) HM
5New York, Dutchess County, Annandale-on-Hudson — Former New York State Champion Tree
On Blithewood Road, 0.5 miles north of Annandale Road (County Road 103), on the left when traveling north.
. . . Map (db m35495) HM
6New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Beacon War Memorial
On Main Street at Teller Avenue, on the left when traveling west on Main Street.
Beacon War Memorial This Monument is Dedicated to Those Heroes Whose Names Shall Forever Hold a Place of Honor. It is Through Their Courage and Sacrifice That We Remain Free. ★   ★   ★   ★ W.W. I Bump, John J. · . . . Map (db m144308) WM
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7New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Bicentennial Washington
On Wolcott Avenue near Teller Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
In Honor Of The Bicentennial of the Death of George Washington Who Visited the Nearby Madam Brett Homestead During The American Revolution Erected 1999 By Members and Friends of Melzingah Chapter, NSDAR [ rear plaque ] . . . Map (db m52600) HM
8New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Burial Site
On Wolcott Avenue (New York State Route 9D), on the right when traveling south.
Burial site of William Few, Jr. 1748 – 1828 Signer of U.S. Constitution for the State of Georgia – 1787 Reinterred in Augusta, Georgia – October 1973Map (db m44515) HM
9New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Carmen Ramputi Marine Corps League
On Main Street at Teller Avenue, on the left when traveling west on Main Street.
Carmen Ramputi Det 861 Marine Corps LeagueMap (db m144310) WM
10New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — City of Beacon
On North Avenue (New York State Route 9D), on the right when traveling south.
Incorporated May 15, 1913 consolidation of Matteawan and Fishkill Landing Villages.Map (db m44508) HM
11New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — City of Beacon Veterans Memorial
On Main Street at Teller Avenue, on the left when traveling west on Main Street.
Dedicated to the men of Beacon who gave their lives in war that generations yet unborn might walk in the ways of peace and understanding with the peoples of all nations Erected by Beacon Post 203 May 30, 1947 God and Country City of . . . Map (db m144309) WM
12New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Emergency Responders Clock
On Main Street at South Street, on the right when traveling north on Main Street.
City of Beacon Emergency Responders This clock is dedicated to the City of Beacon to recognize and honor the men and women of Beacon’s fire, police, and EMS personnel – past, present and future It is further dedicated in recognition of . . . Map (db m144535) HM
13New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Fishkill Landing
On Beekman Street at Ferry Street, on the right when traveling south on Beekman Street.
One of the oldest landings along Hudson River. During Rev. supplies for troops in Newburgh & N.J. from New England brought across River.Map (db m190424) HM
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14New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Home of Madam Catharyna Brett
On Van Nydeck Avenue, 0.1 miles east of Teller Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
1709 The Home of Madam Catharyna Brett Born in the City of New York,1687 - died in this house, 1764 Wife of Roger Brett and daughter of Francis Rombout co-patentee with Gulian Verplanck of Rombout Precinct, comprising 85,000 acres of land . . . Map (db m144531) HM
15New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Howland Center
On Main Street at Tioronda Avenue, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
Howland Center Has Been Placed On The National Register Of Historic Places By The United States Department Of The Interior 1872Map (db m52599) HM
16New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — J. Robert Cramer
On Main Street at Cross Street, on the right when traveling west on Main Street.
In memory of Firefighter J. Robert Cramer An active member of Lewis Tompkins Co. and the City of Beacon Fire Department who lost his life in the line of duty at the 144-146 Main Street Fire on January 29, 1955 A . . . Map (db m124849) HM
17New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — 77 — Lafayette's Tour — The Lafayette Trail —
On Red Flynn Dr, on the left when traveling north.
On Sept. 19, 1824, General Lafayette arrived here to visit Mrs. Caroline Dewindt, granddaughter of former Pres. John Adams, at her home.Map (db m206369) HM
18New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Lewis Tompkins Hose Company
On Main Street at Cross Street, on the left when traveling east on Main Street.
Originally constructed for the Lewis Tompkins Hose Company 1890 The restoration of this firehouse is dedicated to the officers and members, past and present, who have selflessly volunteered their time and energy in . . . Map (db m124889) HM
19New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — 268 — Margaret Fuller
On Wolcott Avenue (New York State Route 9D) at Main Street, on the left when traveling south on Wolcott Avenue.
First woman reporter for New York Tribune wrote "Woman in the Ninteenth Century" at Van Vliet House Fishkill Landing, Fall 1844Map (db m124895) HM
20New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Matteawan Train Station — City of Beacon Greenway Trail —
On Main Street at Churchill Street, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
Matteawan Train Station Built in 1869 by the Dutchess and Columbia R.R. Co. running from Dutchess Jct. to Hopewell Jct., Millbrook, etc…Map (db m144533) HM
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21New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Roll of Honor
On Main Street, 0.1 miles east of Teller Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Roll of Honor Dedicated to the Members of Willard H. Mase Hook and Ladder Company Who served in the Armed Forces of our country during World War II Alyea, William · Bopp, Harold · Bopp, Henry · Burch, Arthur · D’Aprile, Cornelius · . . . Map (db m144446) WM
22New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Ron & Ronnie Sauers Bridge
On Main Street, 0.1 miles Main Street, on the left when traveling east.
Whereas, when Ron and Ronnie Sauers arrived in Beacon in the mid-1980's, Main Street buildings were boarded up with plywood and covered in graffiti, but Ron and Ronnie saw an opportunity to revitalize Beacon; and Whereas, Ron and Ronnie Sauers . . . Map (db m144536) HM
23New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Spanish Pentecostal Church / Rothery File Factory — City of Beacon Greenway Trail —
On Main Street at Churchill Street, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
Spanish Pentecostal Church Built in 1869 as 1st Methodist church on the former site of St. Anna’s Episcopal Church. Rothery File Factory Built in 1835, the company made the first wood files in America starting in 1828 at a . . . Map (db m144534) HM
24New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Welcome to Beacon
On Wolcott Avenue (New York State Route 9D) at Main Street, on the left when traveling south on Wolcott Avenue.
Named for the signal fires lit by Washington's troops atop our mountain during the American Revolution, Beacon is a city with a rich history dating back 400 years to when Henry Hudson's Half Moon anchored here in this beautiful bay. Beacon . . . Map (db m124897) HM
25New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Welcome to Beacon
On Fishkill Ave (New York State Route 52) at Robert Cahill Drive, on the right when traveling west on Fishkill Ave.
Named for the signal fires lit by Washington's troops atop our mountain during the American Revolution, Beacon is a city with a rich history dating back 400 years to when Henry Hudson's Half Moon anchored here in this beautiful bay. Beacon has . . . Map (db m144529) HM
26New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — Welcome to Beacon
On Main Street at Churchill Street, on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
Named for the signal fires lit by Washington's troops atop our mountain during the American Revolution, Beacon is a city with a rich history dating back 400 years to when Henry Hudson's Half Moon anchored here in this beautiful bay. Beacon has . . . Map (db m144532) HM
27New York, Dutchess County, Beacon — William Few
On Wolcott Avenue (New York State Route 9D), on the right when traveling south.
In this tomb rests the remains of William Few Born June 18, 1748 – Died July 16, 1828 Lieut. Colonel, Georgia Militia during the American Revolution, 1776-1779. Member, Continental Congress, 1780-1788 Signed Federal Constitution, 1787 . . . Map (db m44562) HM
28New York, Dutchess County, Beekman — 1754 Homesite
On Church Street at Connecting Road, on the left when traveling north on Church Street.
1754 Homesite Of Col. James Vanderburgh 5 th Regiment D. C. Militia Friend and Host of Gen. George Washington, Visitor Here During the Revolution Map (db m24881) HM
29New York, Dutchess County, Beekman — Burying Ground
On New York State Route 55, 0.1 miles north of Connecting Road, on the right when traveling north.
Burying Ground Vanderburgh Family Col. James Vanderburgh 5th Regiment D. C. Militia In Revolutionary War Born 1729. Died 1794. Map (db m24879) HM
30New York, Dutchess County, Beekman — Site of Beekman Furnace
On Furnace Road, 0.5 miles south of Dorn Road, on the left when traveling south.
This 48 Foot Furnace Stack Was Built in 1873 By The Clove Spring Iron WorksMap (db m168689) HM
31New York, Dutchess County, Beekman — The Mill House
On Beekman Poughquag Road (County Road 7) 0.1 miles Fordington Drive, on the left when traveling west.
Along the Old Upper Road The Mill House The Mill House built in 1749 by Robert Livingston, leased to Bartholomew Noxon in 1753 to Isaac Dennis in 1781, later owned by FDR Jr.Map (db m24883) HM
32New York, Dutchess County, Beekman — The Old Upper Road
On Main Street (County Route 7) 0.1 miles west of Church Street, on the left when traveling west.
Along the Old Upper Road The Old Upper Road In Washington’s diary it is documented the number of times he traveled this route & his visits to Col. Vanderburgh’s home on the Upper Road , which also served as a munitions depot. . . . Map (db m24882) HM
33New York, Dutchess County, Clinton Corners — 542 — Bear Market
On Market Lane at Hicks Lane, on the left when traveling north on Market Lane.
Bear Market aka Sutherland Cemetery. Grave of Solomon Sutherland, Revolutionary War patriot, first Stanford town clerk, NYS Senator, 1800-1802.Map (db m158871) HM
34New York, Dutchess County, Clinton Corners — Bloom’s Mill
On New York State Route 82 at Clinton Corners Road, on the left when traveling south on State Route 82.
Bloom's Mill (c. 1750) Revolutionary soldiers camped here in 1777 before the Battle of Washington HollowMap (db m140619) HM
35New York, Dutchess County, Clinton Corners — Bloomvale
On Route 82 at Clinton Corners Road, on the right when traveling south on Route 82.
On the National Register of Historic Places Bloomvale Early Industrial Center, Named for Isaac Bloom (1748-1803), Judge, Miller, Patriot, PoliticianMap (db m140618) HM
36New York, Dutchess County, Clinton Corners — Creek Meeting House
On Salt Point Turnpike (New York State Route 115) at Firehouse lane, on the left when traveling north on Salt Point Turnpike.
Built 1777 by Quakers. Used in American Revolution New York State Chapter National Society Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America September 21, 1963Map (db m158872) HM
37New York, Dutchess County, Clinton Corners — Creek Meeting House
On Salt Point Turnpike (New York State Route 115) north of Firehouse Lane, on the left when traveling north.
Built By the Society of Friends --- 1777 A Committee Was appointed to “Pitch upon a place for the Meeting House” --- 1775 Preparative Meeting Allowed By Nine Partners --- 1776 Monthly Meeting Set Up -- 1782 Division of . . . Map (db m158874) HM
38New York, Dutchess County, Dover Plains — Dover Stone Church
On New York State Route 22 at Stone Church Lane, on the right when traveling south on State Route 22.
A cavern, with a waterfall refuge of Sassacus, Pequot chief, fleeing from rout of his tribe at New Loudon, Conn. afterward killed by Mohawks.Map (db m137968) HM
39New York, Dutchess County, East Fishkill — First Settler
On New York State Route 376, 0.1 miles north of New York State Route 52, on the left when traveling north.
Aaron Van Vlack. First settler of Gayhead. Built stone house here c. 1741. His son Tunis built dam and grist mill here in 1768.Map (db m89071) HM
40New York, Dutchess County, East Fishkill — Home of Capt. George Brinckerhoff
On Beekman Road (County Route 9) at Phillips Road, on the left when traveling east on Beekman Road.
Home of Capt. George Brinckerhoff. — • — On march to Connecticut in 1776 General Washington spent the night here. — • — The Indian grindstone was found on this farm. Erected by Melzingah Chapter, D.A.R. and the State of New . . . Map (db m89079) HM
41New York, Dutchess County, East Fishkill — Storm – Adriance - Brinckerhoff
On Beekman Road (County Route 9) at Phillips Road, on the left when traveling east on Beekman Road.
House built 1759 Home of Thomas Storm Speaker of NY Assembly Captain George Brinckerhoff Site of Washington’s addressMap (db m89076) HM
42New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — American Revolution Bicentennial MemorialFishkill Encampment
On U.S. 9 at Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north on U.S. 9.
[ American Revolution Bicentennial Memorial Marker : ] 1776 ★   ★ 1976 To all the brave souls who passed through, served, and died here at the site of the Northern Department Supply Depot, Fishkill, New York. 1776 – 1783 May . . . Map (db m190273) HM
43New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Battery
On Albany Post Road (U.S. 9), on the left when traveling north.
On this hill, during the American Revolution, was a battery for the defense of “The Gorge of the Mountains”, Fishkill Clove.Map (db m44453) HM
44New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Continental Army CrossroadsWashington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail
On U.S. 9 at Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north on U.S. 9.
During the Revolutionary War, the Van Wyck Homestead served as headquarters for the Fishkill Supply Depot, a supply center for Washington’s Continental Army. At this bustling “city” of industry, hammers clanged, and smoke rose from many workshops. . . . Map (db m190331) HM
45New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Daniel Nimham
On New York State Route 52 at New York State Route 82, on the left when traveling east on State Route 52.
Chief Sachem of the Wappinger Indians Born in Dutchess County was killed in engagement at Cortland’s Ridge N.Y. August 31, 1778 defending the American Cause.Map (db m46212) HM
46New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Dutch Church
On Main Street (New York State Route 52), on the right when traveling west.
Reformed Church of Fishkill, organized 1716, built 1725 Occupied 1776 by New York Provincial Congress, also prison during Revolution.Map (db m193584) HM
47New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Enoch Crosby
On Main Street (New York State Route 52), on the right when traveling west.
American spy, taken with recruits for British Army, confined here after mock trial by Committee of Safety was allowed to escape.Map (db m44488) HM
48New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — First Academy
On New York State Route 52 at Old State Road, on the right when traveling west on State Route 52.
in county 1765 – 1790. Located on this hill. Conducted by Rev. Isaac Rysdyck. Used for military hospital in 1777.Map (db m44496) HM
49New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Fishkill Tea Party
On New York State Route 52 west of New York State Route 82, on the right when traveling east.
Site of Fishkill Tea Party Aug. 26, 1776, 100 women forced Abram Brinckeroff storekeeper, to sell them tea at lawful price of six shillings per pound.Map (db m44490) HM
50New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Great Indian Warrior Trading Path
On U.S. 9 near Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north.
The most heavily traveled road in Colonial America passed through here, linking areas from the Great Lakes to Augusta, Ga. Laid on ancient animal and Native American Trading/Warrior Paths. Indian treaties among the Governors of NY, PA, & VA and the . . . Map (db m44473) HM
51New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Hendrick Kip
On Glenham Road, on the left when traveling south.
Home of Hendrick Kip Built 1753. Fishkill headquarters of Baron von Steuben about 1777. Gen. Washington and Count Pulaski visited here. State Education Department   1935Map (db m190416) HM
52New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Maj. Genl. Marquis de Lafayette
On New York State Route 52 west of New York State Route 82, on the right when traveling west.
In honor of Maj. Gen’l. the Marquis de Lafayette who was ill many weeks in the Brinckerhoff House adjoining during the American Revolution --------------- This stone given by Lafayette Post No 140 Dept of N.Y. G.A.R. to Melzingah Chapter D.A.R. May . . . Map (db m44519) HM
53New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Mount Gulian
On New York State Route 9D at Hudson View Drive, on the left when traveling north on State Route 9D.
Verplanck House, ca. 1740, burned 1931. Revolutionary War headquarters of General Von Steuben, 1783. Birthplace of Society of the Cincinnati 1783.Map (db m37628) HM
54New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Mount Gulian
On Sterling Street west of Lamplight Street.
Built about 1730 by Gulian Ver Planck, whose ancestors and Francis Rombout purchased the adjacent land from the Wappinger Indians in 1685. Headquarters of Baron Von Steuben. The society of the Cincinnati was instituted here May 1783.Map (db m119583) HM
55New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Revolutionary War Dead1776 - 1783
On U.S. 9 at Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north on U.S. 9.
. . . Map (db m44516) HM
56New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — 263 — Site of Zion Pilgrim M.E. Church
On Baxtertown Road.
Served Baxtertown community 1848-1930s. Evidence suggests station on Underground RailroadMap (db m133069) HM
57New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Star Mills
On New York State Route 52 west of New York State Route 82, on the right when traveling east.
Built by Abram Brinckerhoff. Burned 1777. Rebuilt by order of Gen. Washington while his soldiers encamped at Fishkill. Later demolished.Map (db m44493) HM
58New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — The Path to VictoryWashington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route National Historic Trail
On U.S. 9 at Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north on U.S. 9.
In 1781, the American and French allies combined their armies at a pivotal turning point in the Revolutionary War. Under the command of General George Washington and French General Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau, the armies . . . Map (db m190176) HM
59New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Three Batteries
On Albany Post Road (U.S. 9), on the left when traveling north.
On the hills back of this stone stood three batteries guarding this pass 1776 – 1783 --------------- Melzingah Chapter Daughters American Revolution 1902Map (db m44450) HM
60New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Trinity Church
On New York State Route 52 at Old Main Street, on the right when traveling east on State Route 52.
Organized by Rev. Samuel Seabury 1756, built 1760. Provincial Congress met here Sept. 1776. Used as hospital during Revolution.Map (db m44504) HM
61New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Van Wyck Homestead1732
On U.S. 9 at Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north on U.S. 9.
Supply depot for Continental Army in Rev. War. Used as officers Headquarters 1776 - 1783Map (db m44469) HM
62New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Van Wyck Homestead Museum
Near U.S. 9 near Interstate 84, on the right when traveling north.
From 1776-1783, this house was the center of the Fishkill Supply Depot, which also included barracks for 2,000 men. General Israel Putnam occasionally headquartered here. Revolutionary War Heritage TrailMap (db m44476) HM
63New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Veterans of the Fishkill Supply Depot
On Van Wyck Lake Road at U.S. 9, on the left when traveling east on Van Wyck Lake Road.
In memory of those who served in the Continental Army, while at the Fishkill Supply Depot. Near here lie buried Revolutionary War heroes, patriots who were among the first to fight for our freedom. On behalf of these valiant soldiers, we dedicate . . . Map (db m190178) HM
64New York, Dutchess County, Fishkill — Washington’s Sword
On Main Street (New York State Route 52) at Geering Way, on the right when traveling west on Main Street.
Now in Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C. was made near here by John Bailey, a Cutler from New York and Fishkill.Map (db m190418) HM
65New York, Dutchess County, Gallatin — Livingston Manor — Historic New York —
On Taconic State Parkway, 4 miles Jackson Corners Road, on the right when traveling north.
Historic New York Livingston Manor In 1686 Governor Dongari confirmed the grant of a manor OK 160,000 acres of land along the Hudson River to Robert Livingston (1654-1728). Livingston as lord of the manor exercised extensive powers over land . . . Map (db m144665) HM
66New York, Dutchess County, Gallatin — Mannessah Home
On Silvernails Road, 0.5 miles north of Hoffman Road, on the right when traveling north.
Site of Mannessah Home Prince Quack Mannessah of the Mohican Shacomeco clan was the last known Indian resident of Gallatin Map (db m144641) HM
67New York, Dutchess County, Gallatin — Town and County Line
On Mt. Ross Hill Road (County Route 50) 1 mile west of New York State Route 199, on the right when traveling west.
Town and County Line Gallatin, Columbia County Pine Plains, Dutchess County Galatin organized 1803 Pine Plains organized 1823 Map (db m165601) HM
68New York, Dutchess County, Germantown — Clermont
On Woods Road (County Route 35) at Clermont State Park, on the right when traveling north on Woods Road.
Built 1730, on Livingston Manor. Home of Chancellor Livingston, one of the five drafters of the Declaration of Independence.Map (db m149637) HM
69New York, Dutchess County, Holmes — Holmes Methodist Church
On Holmes Road (County Route 30) 0.2 miles west of Route 292, on the left when traveling west.
Founded 1766 Holmes Methodist Church Originally, Reynoldsville Methodist Church Dedicated September 15, 1853Map (db m15826) HM
70New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — 1820 Schoolhouse
On Lynne Road, on the right when traveling north.
1820 Schoolhouse Eight grades were taught in this one room school ca. 1820 until 1956. It was moved here from Upper Hopewell in 2003 East Fishkill Historical SocietyMap (db m126737) HM
71New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — 1845 Carriage Barn
Near Kensington Drive at Lynne Road, on the left when traveling west.
1845 Carriage Barn Donated and moved here in 1985 by IBM East Fishkill. Originally from the Theodorus Van Wyck Farm where John Jay Stayed during the Revolution. East Fishkill Historical Society Map (db m126735) HM
72New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Brinckerhoff – Van Voorhees House
On U.S. 82 at Lomala Road, on the right when traveling north on U.S. 82.
Brinckerhoff – Van Voorhees House built 1738 General Washington was a frequent guest during the War for IndependenceMap (db m89068) HM
73New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Gen. Swartwout Home
On All Angels Road (County Route 94) 0.5 miles U.S. 82, on the left when traveling east.
Former home of Brig. Gen. Jacobus Swartwout Revolutionary soldier and patriot who died here Feb. 16, 1827Map (db m89069) HM
74New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Griffin’s Tavern
On New York State Route 82, 0.2 miles north of All Angels Hill Road (County Route 94), on the right when traveling south.
This house owned by Col. Jacob Griffin during the Revolution was known as “Griffin’s Tavern” or “The Rendez-vous” The Committee of Observation for Rombout Precinct held famous meeting here Aug. 15, 1775 Frequented by . . . Map (db m89084) HM
75New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Hopewell Hamlet
On Beekman Road (County Route 9) at Carpenter Road (County Route 29), on the left when traveling east on Beekman Road.
Formerly Adriance Post Office. Isaac Adriance a settler about 1740, after whom post office was originally named.Map (db m89086) HM
76New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Reformed Church
On Beekman Road (County Route 9), on the left when traveling east.
Church Society of Hopewell organized by 19 members in 1757. The original church built 1764. Present structure started 1833. 225th Anniversary, 1982Map (db m89088) HM
77New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Schoolhouse Bell Tower
Near Kensington Drive at Lynne Road, on the left when traveling west.
Schoolhouse Bell Tower Great thanks and appreciation to the Sons and Daughters of Italy, Joe DiMaggio Lodge #2248 for their donation of the Fishkill Plains Union Church bell cast in Troy, New York, 1881, that now hangs in our schoolhouse bell . . . Map (db m126736) HM
78New York, Dutchess County, Hopewell Junction — Van Wyck Family
On New York State Route 82 at New York State Route 376, on the left when traveling north on State Route 82.
came to Dutchess County from Long Island in 1733. Buried their dead in this vault during 19th century, monuments bear 36 names.Map (db m89074) HM
79New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Welcome to the Great Estates of the Hudson River Valley
On River Road, on the right when traveling south.
"There was not one of them who did not think, and sometimes say, that his or her country seat was the choicest spot on the Hudson River; and that if there was nothing like it on the Hudson River, there was nothing like it in the world, for . . . Map (db m210406) HM
80New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — A Millionaire's View
On Vanderbilt Park Road, on the left when traveling north.
Four men built houses atop this bluff to command panoramic views of the Hudson River: Samuel Bard (1799), Dr. David Hosack (1829), Walter Langdon (1847), and Frederick Vanderbilt (1898). All maintained overlooks at this site just north of their . . . Map (db m210516) HM
81New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — African Keyhole Compost Garden
"The African keyhole garden was designed by CARE in Zimbabwe [in] the mid 1990s to encourage people to grow their own food. The design relied on materials that were close at hand-such as bricks, stones, branches, hay, ashes, manure and soil-to . . . Map (db m210609) HM
82New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Berlin Wall Figures[BreakFree]
The figure of the man and woman before you were cut from a larger section of the Berlin Wall. The section depicted above is located at the Winston Churchill Memorial and Library in Fulton, Missouri. Both works, the one here in Hyde Park and the . . . Map (db m210563) HM
83New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Firefighter Paul TegtmeierEngine Company 4 — September 11, 2001 —
Near Market Street (County Route 41) just west of Pine Woods Road, on the right when traveling west.
Firefighter Paul Tegtmeier Engine Company 4 September 11, 2001 Box 8087 2 WTC On the morning of September 11, Firefighter Tegtmeier was detailed to Engine 26 for the day tour. He arrived at their quarters just as they were being dispatched to 2 . . . Map (db m146991) HM
84New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library
Near Albany Post Road (U.S. 9) at FDR Drive, on the left when traveling north.
The building in front of you is the nation’s first presidential library. FDR was deeply involved in every facet of the library’s development. He envisioned the library as a place where the public could examine the evidence of his Presidency and . . . Map (db m83109) HM
85New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Franklin Delano RooseveltPresident of the United States — 1933 - 1945 —
Franklin • D • Roosevelt by Walter • Russell Presented to the Franklin • D • Roosevelt • Library by The • Order • of • AHEPA March • 10 • 1947 ——————————————————————— Franklin Delano Roosevelt was initiated in the Order of . . . Map (db m210600) HM
86New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Freedom Court
Freedom Court commemorates the shared vision of two great warriors of freedom: Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Spencer Churchill. During the dark days of World War II, they envisioned a future where democracy and freedom would . . . Map (db m210565) HM
87New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Great Walks to Great PlacesHyde Park Trails
On River Road, on the right when traveling south.
WELCOME TO HYDE PARK TRAILS The Hyde Park Trail system includes over 14 miles of trails linking parks, preserves and historic sites throughout the town. Many of our trails follow wide and gentle woods roads left by generations of farms and . . . Map (db m210511) HM
88New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Great Walks to Great Places
On Van Dam Road east of Albany Post Road (New York State Route 9), on the right when traveling east.
WELCOME TO HYDE PARK TRAILS The Hyde Park Trail system includes over 14 miles of trails linking parks, preserves and historic sites throughout the town. Many of our trails follow wide and gentle woods roads left by generations of farms and . . . Map (db m210665) HM
89New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Greater AmbitionsEleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site
Near Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site near New York State Route 9G.
On a quiet bank of Fall Kill, a lively discussion bubbled over lunch between Eleanor Roosevelt and her close friends, Nancy Cook and Marion Dickerman. What if skills training in handcrafts could keep farmers afloat during tough times? Financed by . . . Map (db m176862) HM
90New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Growing Your Own: A Roosevelt Ideal
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt believed that all Americans had the right to a good standard of living. The Roosevelts greatly prized their own home grown produce. During the Great Depression and the war years, they knew that people with neither . . . Map (db m210610) HM
91New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Home by the Hudson
Near Albany Post Road (U.S. 9) at FDR Drive, on the left when traveling north.
All that is within me cries to go back to my home by the Hudson River. - Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1944 It was only when passing through the gates at the end of this road that FDR felt truly at home. Roosevelt loved Springwood’s forests and . . . Map (db m83113) HM
92New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Hyde Park Firehouse
On Albany Post Road (New York State Route 9) south of Market Street, on the left when traveling north.
This 1905 building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Dept. of the Interior in 1993Map (db m210399) HM
93New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Hyde Park RR Station
On West Market Street at River Road, on the left when traveling west on West Market Street.
Hyde Park RR Station Has Been Placed On The National Register Of Historic Places By The United States Department of the Interior Built 1914Map (db m83177) HM
94New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Hyde Park Train Station
Near River Road, 0.1 miles south of West Market Street, on the right when traveling south.
Welcome to the Hyde Park Train Station. For more than a century, passenger trains traveling on the New York Central Railroad's New York City to Albany line stopped at this station. The first station on this site was completed in 1851. President . . . Map (db m146968) HM
95New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Hyde Park Vietnam War Monument
On Main Street at Albany Post Road (U.S. 9), on the right when traveling west on Main Street.
Honor Roll Of Those Who Served In The Viet Nam War From Town of Hyde Park ------------------------------------ Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice Cardinal, David C. • Koob, John P. • Minnard, Earl • Trani, Frederick E. Jr. . . . Map (db m83299) WM
96New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Hyde Park World War I Monument
On Main Street at Albany Post Road (U.S. 9), on the right when traveling west on Main Street.
Honor Roll The Following Men From The Township of Hyde Park Have Answered the Call of Their Country Serving in the Military Or Naval Forces in the War Declared by Congress on April 6, 1917 Harry E. Asher • Allen W. Barner • William A. . . . Map (db m83297) WM
97New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — Hyde Park World War II Korean War Monument
On Main Street at Albany Post Road (U.S. 9), on the right on Main Street.
Honor Roll Of Those Who Served In World War II and Korean Conflict From Town of Hyde Park ----------------------------------- Those Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice Brannon, Edward • Bircher, Thomas • Chase, Russell S. • Collins, Raymond • . . . Map (db m83631) WM
98New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — My Own HomeEleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site
Near Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site east of New York State Route 9G.
Fall Kill, which means "valley stream” in Dutch, flows by the Roosevelt's cherished picnic spots. Val-Kill combines these Dutch roots with the English translation. Val-Kill was a dynamic, active area on the Roosevelt's property. It served as . . . Map (db m176864) HM
99New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — 148 — New Guinea Community Site
On East Market Street (County Route 41) 0.1 miles west of Pine Woods Road, on the right when traveling west.
New Guinea Community Site has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018 by the United States Department of the InteriorMap (db m146986) HM
100New York, Dutchess County, Hyde Park — On Guard
The United States entered World War II in 1941, which increased safety and security measures at the Roosevelt estate. The US Department of War deployed the 240th Military Police Battalion (left) to protect FDR wherever he went. His favorite . . . Map (db m210608) HM

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