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Erected in 1772 as aBaptist Church. Became one-room school in 1814. Incontinuous use until 1935,and from 1952 to 1972.
In this area, on March24, 1777, American troopsunder Lt. Col. MarinusWillett turned back200 British invaders.
General George Washingtonwith his aidesslept in this house many nightswhile making Peekskilltheir headquarters in 1776, 1777 & 1778.———————-It was the house ofPierre Van Cortlandt,member of Colonial Assemb…
Built in 1756 by GertrudeBeekman, daughter ofStephanus Van Cortlandt.Family hosted Washingtonon his visits to this area.
Honorably DischargedU.S.SoldiersandSailorsErected ByCromwell Post, 466,G.A.R.
Donated by Underhill and Elizabeth Halstead for use as a cemetery for black residents of Rye Town and Black Civil War Veterans
Erectedin memory ofGen. John C. Freemont"The Pathfinder"a former residentA.D. 1913
This flagpole is dedicated to the volunteers and staff of the American Red Cross in Westchester County who have served members of our Armed Forces since the Spanish American War in 1898.These dedicated people have demonstrated Red Cross' caring an…
George Washington's Headquartersin White Plains1776 ? ? ? ? ? ? 1778
National Register of Historic PlacesWhite Plains Historical Society
* A National Historic Site ** * * * * General George Washington's Headquarters * * * * *October 23 - 28, 1776While preparing for the Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776- and later -July 27 - September 16, 1778General Washington and eighteen k…