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This building existed in the late 1890s as a rooming house for workers in the mills of Sloatsburg until around 1950. The ground floor of the building was converter into a restaurant, circa 1904 by Henry & Kathleen Tobin, offering open-air dining o…
Organized March 1, 1848 and incorporated April 10, 1848 in Piermont, the church, the oldest Episcopal congregation in Rockland County, first held services in the Lime Kiln Building, Piermont, purchased from Eleazor Lord (1788-1871).The present bui…
In Lasting Tribute To Those Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice Louis Casazza ? James E. Drake ? Thomas Linek In Honor Of Those Who Served Rev. William S. Ackerman ? Rev. Francis J. Stauback ? Rev. Lafayette W. Yarwood ? George J. Adams ? Andrew Aitch…
In Honor of the Men Of Orangeburg, N.Y. Who Served Their Country 1917 World War 1918 *Charles Krebs ? *Benjamin Logatto *Archie Engles Petro Antonio ? Albert Aluise ? John Buhler ? Frank Edsall ? Robert Edsall ? James Havey ? Clarence Keis…
Original house built around 1755 by Ramapo Pass pioneer, Stephen Sloat. It served as a command post under captain Sloat to prevent British troops from moving north through the pass. The Sloat family also operated an inn offering lodging and meals,…
Here Generals Washington and Wayne, surveyed the British fort on Stony Point and panned the victory Of July 15-16, 1779
From this site Generals Washington and Wayne planned the storming of Stony Point
Here died, October 2, 1780, Major John Andre of the British Army who, entering the American lines on a secret mission to Benedict Arnold for the surrender of West Point, was taken prisoner, tried and condemned as a spy. His death, though according…
On the hill south is thesite of the gallows whereMajor John Andre, Britishspy, was hanged, andburied, on Oct. 2, 1780.
? ? ? ? ? The steep, barren Ramapo Mountains, with elevations of less than 1300 feet, isolated this region from the mainstream of developments in the Hudson Valley. The Ramapo River, flowing from Round Lake near Monroe into New Jersey, provided a…
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