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has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
Minisink Indians traveling between the Delaware and Hudson Rivers followed the valley which they called Shawangunk ("southward"). Later the name was applied to the mountains to the east. Colonists early in the 18th century used this same level rou…
Killed and scalped here during French and Indian War, while on way from visiting his daughter at Minisink, to his home in Rochester
Formerly Mott's Flat bridge later known as the "Vantran" original towne lattice truss Built by John Davidson in 1860 Erected by town of Rockland
The bridge was originally known as Motts Flat Bridge, more recently called the Vantran Bridge. It is the oldest of four remaining Catskill type patented town-lattice covered bridges in Sullivan County built by John Davidson in 1860. The bridge wa…
The former home of Max and Miriam Yasgur Elliot Tiber brought Woodstock Ventures to this home in 1969 to lease the festival site Dedicated to the memory of Max Yasgur Yasgur Road Productions
Named for Maurice Wurts, president and one of the founders of Delaware and Hudson Canal. It was built to haul coal to Tidewater.
July 13, 1825 Original snubbing post placed at the sight of the ground breaking ceremonies of the D & H Canal July 13, 1975
Site formerly Rockland, originally Westfield Flats. Weehawken to here by "Scoot" Signal and weather vane remain.
Town of Tusten Formed December 17, 1853 fromthe Town of Lumberland byAct of the Sullivan CountyBoard of SupervisorsCharles Woodward, 1st SupervisorTustenHistorical SocietyOctober 2003