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New York National Guardtraining camp established1882. Contains 1900 acres.Named for Alfred E. Smith,Governor of New York.
This property has been placed on theNational RegisterofHistoric Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior
Korean War Plaque [ far left panel ] 1950 - 1953 The Village of Mount KiscoHonors The Men and WomenOf This Community Who Served InThe United States Armed ForcesDuring TheKorean War
World War I Plaque [ left side ] 1917 - 1918 The Village…
This historic site is Merritt Hill which marks one of the actions in the Battle of White Plains on October 28, 1776.
During the attack on Chatterton Hill, the British marched up the road to Connecticut (Lake street) to attack the left flank of…
Dedicated by Post No. 5463 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States in honor of those who gave their lives in the defense of their country Silver Lake Park 1952
The gardens at the Homestead pay homage to John Jay's love of nature and to the pleasure that the Jay family found on the grounds surrounding their home.
This garden combines designs found in family gardens from the early 19th through the 2ot…
When Jay assembled his 750 acres by 1800, much of the land had already been cleared indiscriminately by tenant farmers. Stone, however, was abundant and it was put to good use. Jay spent 15 years encircling his property with stone fences and an a…
The original carriage drive entered the estate from the Post Road one mile north of the current Homestead driveway. In the mid-19th century, an allee (avenue) of European and copper beech trees was planted along the drive below the house. These g…
In numerous Jay family photographs, the terrace appears as an active lawn and garden area for family gatherings. The terrace garden was designed in 1924 in conjunction with the addition of the west wing of the house.
The Rusticus Garden Club …
From the top of this hill, the highest point on the property, much of the original Jay estate could be seen. During the early 1900s, the jays built a grass tennis court here. The court was later used for croquet. Across the fields to the south of…