Ulster County, New York Historic Sites and Landmarks

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Hurley Historic District
Hurley, NY, USA

The district's ten stone houses illustrate the 17th and 18th century Dutch heritage of the town, originally called Nieuw Dorp.

Jean Hasbrouck House
New Paltz, NY, USA

Built in two stages -- a one-room house in 1694 that was enlarged in 1712 to become both home and store -- this stone structure survives as the best example of a 17th-century Flemish Colonial house in the country. Jean Hasbrouck was a native of Calais and a member of a group of French Huguenots from Flanders and the Lower Rhine who settled in the New Paltz area.

Huguenot Street Historic District
New Paltz, NY, USA

This historic district consists of five stone houses that reflect the 17th and 18th century Walloon and French Hugenot heritage of the settlers. In 1677, refugees from Flanders and the Lower Rhine purchased the site of New Paltz from the Esopus Indians with "40 kettles, 40 axes, and lots of wampum."

Opus 40
Saugerties, New York, USA