New Paltz, New York
Archaeology, Cemetery, Children's, Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Historic Huguenot Street is a National Historic Landmark District featuring seven unique stone houses dating to the early 1700s, a burial ground and a reconstructed 1717 stone church, all in their original village setting. Our six landscaped acres are surrounded by a riverside nature preserve, yet just steps from the shopping and dining of downtown New Paltz.
Franklinville, New York
Cemetery, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Ischua Valley Historical Society owns 2 buildings in which we house historical items and documents.
In order to maintain the integrity of the buildings we need to establish a Building Maintenance Fund, the money from which will go toward necessary repairs.
We are asking for donations for the Fund. As a non-profit organization, the money you send to us is tax deductible. It's a great way to lower your tax liability.
Orient, New York
Cemetery, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Oysterponds Historical Society is a complex of historic buildings that have been converted into museums. Five historic buildings depicting the maritime and rural past of Orient and East Marion. Antique furniture, art, scrimshaw.
We are engaged in saving the past for the future. We are restoring Village House, our most important structure, situated on its original site in our historic hamlet.
Albany, New York
Cemetery, History, Historical Society
This is the site of America's first Shaker settlement. Visitors can enjoy a self guided tour of the Shaker herb garden, apple orchard and cemetery. The 1848 Shaker Meeting House is one of the most important Shaker buildings left standing. It contains a small exhibition about Shaker history as well as a gift shop. Eight other historic Shaker buildings are still standing at the site but are not yet open to the public.
Berne, New York
Cemetery, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Kathleen Putzig is now Town of Knox Historian and Town of Berne Historian. She is the daughter of Ralph Miller, formerly Town of Berne Historian. Kathleen has also taken over the Hilltowns Genealogy posted on this web site.