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This park was deeded to the
Village by the Tappan Zee
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial
Park Association in 1935.
The 9 trees around the
perimeter of the Park are in
memory of the 9 Nyack families
whose sons were killed in
World War I.
In Grand View Betty Friedan wrote
The Feminine Mystique. Its publication
in 1963 and the birth of the
National Organization for Women (NOW), which Friedan co-founded and headed
in 1966, helped reduce gender discrimination for millions of
This building, home of Empire Hook and Ladder Company no. 1 has, in recognition of its architectural significance, and under the provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, been listed on the National Register of Historic Places …
The Tappan Indians, from time immemorial, occupied these lands fronting on the river shore. Here, in summer, they lived upon the fish and oysters which the waters produced in abundance. In the Algonkian dialect, spoken by them, they called this lo…
Placed by the
Rockland County Society
to mark the oldest building dedicated to God's service
now standing in the County of Rockland, New York
——- this ——-
"Old Stone Church"
was erected in the year 1813 by a newly org…
Carson McCullers, writer and dramatist, made this house her home from 1945 to her death on September 29, 1967. Born in Columbus, Ga., on February 19, 1917, she achieved fame with The Heart is a Lonely Hunter 1940 and Reflections in a Golden Eye 19…
Built in 1854 for A. J. Storms of the Storms Tub & Pail Factory. 1875-1882 home of Edwin Stillwell, Captain of the Nyack-Tarrytown Ferry. Purchased 1885 by the Couch Family. Dr. Louis Couch used the tower for his Homeopathic practice. Daughter Nat…
Ca. 1830 a group of local residents of Dutch Reformed faith began holding private religious services in Nyack. They built their first small church on this site in 1836 and in 1853 incorporated as The First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Nyack…
In the mid 1800's, waterwayssuch as the Nyack Brook, whichflows here, served as importantland-marks for African Americanslaves escaping North alongthe ?Underground Railroad'Joseph Mitolf Family ?Lest we forget'
Birthplace and boyhood home of the eminent realist painter Edward Hopper (1882-1967). The Hoppers' forebears came from Holland in 1652, and the artist's grandfather built this house in 1858. After graduating from Nyack High School, Hopper moved to…