“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Cuddebackville, New York

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Goshen is the county seat for Orange County
Cuddebackville is in Orange County
      Orange County (518)  
      Dutchess County (310)  
      Putnam County (115)  
      Rockland County (265)  
      Sullivan County (149)  
      Ulster County (263)  
      Passaic County, New Jersey (140)  
      Sussex County, New Jersey (91)  
      Pike County, Pennsylvania (102)  
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1New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — Center of Population
Census 2000 Center of Population Monument This Survey Point, Set July 2002, by the Delaware-Hudson Land Surveyors Association, An Affiliate Regional of, and together with the New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors, . . . Map (db m193761) HM
2New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — Cuddebackville
Named for William A. Cuddeback, colonel in War of 1812, established 1826 on Delaware and Hudson CanalMap (db m118385) HM
3New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — D & H Canal Park
Park established 1978 National Landmark 1968 D & H Canal 1828 – 1898 Roebling Aqueduct 1850 NYS population center 2002Map (db m193760) HM
4New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — D. & H. Canal
Opened 1828 - 1898, from Honesdale, P.A., to Kingston. Carried bulk of New York City's coal until after the Civil WarMap (db m118429) HM
5New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — D. and H. Canal
Crossed the Neversink River here in a wooden aqueduct, abutments showing size of channel 100 yards above bridge.Map (db m193768) HM
6New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — Delaware & Hudson Canal Park
Delaware & Hudson Canal Park Dedicated September 29, 1988 To the leisure enjoyment of all the residents of orange county through the generous land acquisition support given by the National Park Service, N.Y. State Office of Parks, Recreation & . . . Map (db m193763) HM
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7New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — Historic Road
Mount Hope & Lumberland Turnpike Co., June 8, 1812. Built after War of 1812, from Town of Wallkill to Narrowsburgh on Delaware.Map (db m118389) HM
8New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — Jacques Caudebeccirca 1666 - 1766
Progenitor of the Cuddeback Families in America who settled in the Neversink Valley in the 1690s. Dedicated at the Cuddeback Family Reunion July 31, 1999Map (db m167766) HM
9New York (Orange County), Cuddebackville — Neversink Aqueduct
Cable suspension bridge Carried D&H Canal over river. Built 1849-1851 by John A. Roebling, Dismantled after 1899Map (db m193765) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022