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Opened 1828, ? Closed 1898.From Honesdale, Pa., toKingston. Carried coal toNew York City.
East basin of Delaware andHudson Canal, 1828 - 1898.Carried bulk of New YorkCity's coal. ConstructionEngineer, John B. Jervis.
From 1898 to 1924 thePort Jervis Traction Co.operated a line along thecity's streets fromtri-states to Sparrowbush.
Oldest 100-mile road inAmerica. Built by Dutchminers before 1664 fromKingston to copper minesnear Delaware Water Gap.
Organized in 1737 and formedby early Dutch settlers. Itis the oldest congregationin the area. Present edificebuilt in 1868.
Home of Martinus Decker,burned by Brant's raiders,July 20, 1779. Rebuilt,1793. Headquarters ofJohn B. Jervis, 1826 - 28.
The Machackemech ChapterDaughters of the Revolutionof Port Jervisplace this tablet to markthe fort burnedby the Indians and Toriesunder the command ofJoseph Brantin the year 1779.Rebuilt in 1793
Second Plaque:This house was occupied for one hun…
Mohawk Chief Joseph Brant burned this stone house owned by Lieutenant Martinus Decker in July 1779 before the Battle of Minisink.
Revolutionary War Heritage Trail
Built 1755, in French andIndian War, by New Jerseywhich claimed this area.Home of Wilhelmus Colesettled here about 1730.
Maghaghkamik Church, built1743 on this site, wasburned in raid by JosephBrant's Mohawks and Tories,July 20, 1779.