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Built 1902, Moses C. Migel purchased in 1923 as vacation home for blind. Donated to Amer. Fdn. for blind 1944. Helen Keller visited here.
Hamlet of Turner changed name 1910 to honor late railroad magnate Edward H. Harriman. Village was incorporated October 1914
In Memory of Our Dead Heroes Soldiers · Sailors · Marines of All Wars U.S.A.
Opened 1828 - 1898, from Honesdale, P.A., to Kingston. Carried bulk of New York City's coal until after the Civil War
Town of Mount Hope honors the men and women who served in the Armed Forces of the United States
Honoring the celebrated landscape architect, associate of Frederick Law Olmstead, who designed the cemetery in 1861. —————————————— Hillside Cemetery has be…
Named for William A. Cuddeback, colonel in War of 1812, established 1826 on Delaware and Hudson Canal
Progenitor of the Cuddeback Families in America who settled in the Neversink Valley in the 1690s. Dedicated at the Cuddeback Family Reunion July 31, 1999
Mount Hope & Lumberland Turnpike Co., June 8, 1812. Built after War of 1812, from Town of Wallkill to Narrowsburgh on Delaware.
The existence of the Firemen's Memorial Fountain in Thrall Park is due largely to the efforts of Mr. J. B. Wheeler. The fountain, with its seven foot statue of a uniformed fireman holding a baby in his arm, is symbolic of and dedicated to the Volu…
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