“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 Huguenot, New York

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Goshen is the county seat for Orange County
Huguenot is in Orange County
      Orange County (540)  
      Dutchess County (337)  
      Putnam County (122)  
      Rockland County (267)  
      Sullivan County (150)  
      Ulster County (263)  
      Passaic County, New Jersey (140)  
      Sussex County, New Jersey (91)  
      Pike County, Pennsylvania (109)  
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1New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Deerpark 9/11 Memorial
The Deerpark 9/11 Memorial Dedicated September 11, 2010 This iron beam, from the ruins of the original World Trade Center in New York City, is displayed as a memorial to honor the heroes of that horrendous day and the innocent victims that lost . . . Map (db m194164) HM
2New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Huguenot
Named for Huguenot Families Cuddeback and Gumaer, who settled here about 1698. Indian name Seneyaugnquan.Map (db m193885) HM
3New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Huguenot School
A typical one room school built in 1863 overlooking the D&H Canal using bricks made of clay native to the Neversink ValleyMap (db m193848) HM
4New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Indian Raid
Route taken by N. Y. and N. J. militia in pursuit of Col. Brant for raid on Minisink (Port Jervis) July 21, 1779.Map (db m53051) HM
5New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Indian Raid Reported missing
Home of Philip Swartwout, Chairman Committee of Safety, 1777. He and two sons were scalped here in Brant's raid, Oct. 15, 1778.Map (db m53054) HM
6New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Indian Raid
Route by which Col. Brant and his Mohawk and Tory raiders descended on this valley October 13, 1778 and July 20, 1779Map (db m215048) HM
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7New York, Orange County, Huguenot — N.J. Claim Line
State line as claimed by New Jersey, 1688-1769, 7 miles north of present line at Port Jervis, N.Y. caused 50 year border warMap (db m193843) HM
8New York, Orange County, Huguenot — N.J. Line War
Major Jacobus Swartwout leader of N.Y. faction settled here about 1741 and was later kidnapped by Jerseymen.Map (db m193849) HM
9New York, Orange County, Huguenot — 4 — Painted Aprons — Legends & Lore —
Black Rock School attacked by Brant's raiders, 1779. Girls spared as aprons marked with emblem signaling raiders not to harm them.Map (db m129078) HM
10New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Site of Home
Harmanus Van Inwegen, Member of Committee of Safety. Gerardus, his son was killed at Fort Montgomery, Oct. 6, 1777Map (db m193847) HM
11New York, Orange County, Huguenot — Westfall Fort
In 1758 Indians surprised this fort killing 7 men. Peter Westfall, aged 3, was stolen and became an Indian ChiefMap (db m193886) HM
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Feb. 9, 2023