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In memory of the 143rd Regiment Infantry, Sullivan County's own, 1004 strong.
Organized in Districts 1804; present church built 1844.
Established 1810. Lot gift by the Jones brothers.
Site of Toll House, Monticello-Jeffersonville Turnpike, 1875.
Monticello, N.Y.Parish organized 1816 Present Church built 1880 180th Anniversay 1816-1996
< Fort Delaware Side: >The present day Fort, a replica of the frontier "lower fort" of the Cushetunk settlement of 1755-1785, was originally located six miles up river near Milanville, Pennsylvania. Another fort was situated further up river in th…
This fort represents the buck-skinned variety of American frontier fortifications. It tells the story of the Delaware Company a group of Connecticut pioneers who established their settlement in the face of every conceivable hardship.
Named for Lt. Col. BenjaminTusten of Goshen militia,surgeon who gave his lifeto attend the wounded atthe Battle of Minisink
Model of the circa 1755Cushetunk settlementlocated near Milanville Pa.Opened in 1957. Designed byJames W. Burnank.
The reconstructed stockade, blockhouses, log cabins, blacksmith shop, shed, armory, and herb garden are representative of forts constructed by Connecticut settlers in the 1750's.Revolutionary War Heritage Trail