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 All Bedford Village Listings10506, hamlets, bedford hills, bedford village, katonah, history of bedford, about bedford village, bedford village memorial park, biking, hiking, fishing, ward pound ridge reservation,  largest park, fun day, out with the kids, historic sites | Westchester

 Bedford Village Historic Sites for Kids

Bedford Historic Library c1807 Bedford-Village Bedford-Academy Historical Society Bedford-Free-Library Bedford-Historical-Society properties | Westchester Bedford Historic Library c1807

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  The Bedford Historic Library c1807 is located in Bedford Village. Until 1902, this was the Bedford Academy, one of Westchester's first classical schools. The Corporation of Bedford Academy gave the building to the Historical Society in 1972. It is currently leased for $1 a year to the Bedford Free Library who is responsible for its maintenance. Press blue button for more information about the Bedford Historical Society and its historic properties. Bedford Historic Library c1807 | Westchester  website and more . . .

Bedford Village Stone Jug Museum Court House Bedford Historical Society historic properties | Westchester Bedford Historic School House c1829

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  Click to enlarge photo of Old School House in Bedford Village.

Click to enlarge photo of Bedford School House The School House c1829 is located in Bedford Village. This small stone building on the Green, often called the Stone Jug, was the village school from 1829 to 1912. From 1913 to 1969 it housed the Bedford Museum which was moved to the second floor of the renovated Court House. The School House was then restored to its original use as a 19th century one-room school. It is open to the public from May to October. Bedford Historic School House c1829 | Westchester  website and more . . .
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 Cross River Historic Sites for Kids

largest park in Westchester County, hiking trails, fishing spots, birding, biking trails, playgounds are available for younger children, Trailside Nature Museum, Things To Do, Art Exhibits, Camping, Equestrian Trails & Horseback Riding, Fishing | Westchester Ward Pound Ridge Reservation - Cross River

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  Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, a 4,315-acre park, is the largest park in Westchester County. The park is divided in area between the towns of Pound Ridge and Lewisboro. The northern one-third of the park is in Lewisboro and the remaining two-thirds of the park are in Pound Ridge.

Click to enlarge picture of "Visitor Center at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation".

Ward Pound Ridge Visitor Center As you drive into the park and up to the main entrance booth, you'll see the visitor center on your right and the Art Center a short distance ahead, on your left. Ward Pound Ridge Reservation - Cross River | Westchester  photos, website and more . . .
 All Croton-on-Hudson Listings10520, village of croton-on-hudson, history, croton landing, croton and new croton dams, new croton aqueduct, croton dam, about croton-on-hudson, activities, attractions, things to do, places to go, fishing, children, kids, picnic at a croton-on-hudson | Westchester

 Croton-on-Hudson Historic Sites for Kids

Croton Point, Park, activities, camping, hiking, swimming, wine cellars, Things To Do, Birthday Parties, Boat Launch, Fishing, Hiking, Historic Wine Cellars, Museum, Nature Study, Playground, Swimming Beach, Winter Activities, Cross-country Skiing | Westchester Croton Point Park

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  Croton Point Park, a 508-acre property, is located at Croton Point Avenue, Croton-on-Hudson in Westchester County. Find many historical features at Croton Point, including Historic School House, Wine Cellar, Wine Cottage, and more. Croton Point Park | Westchester  website and more . . .

Croton River, Croton-on-Hudson, New York, working estate, history, Historic Landmark, Georgian, Federal period furnishings, Hudson River Valley, post-revolutionary, Attractions, Gardens, Guided tours, for the kids, children, costumed guides | Westchester Van Cortlandt Manor "Historic Site"

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  Van Cortlandt Manor is located on South Riverside Ave, off Route 9, Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520, in one of the River Towns of Westchester County. Van Cortlandt Manor, situated on the banks of the Croton River, is a working estate and elegant country house that brings the new nation period vividly to life. The history of the estate is richly documented and the manor house contains primarily original furnishings, which provides an element of authenticity rarely seen in house museums.

A National Historic Landmark, the 18th-century stone manor house is the centerpiece of the property. It features a fine collection of Georgian and Federal period furnishings, many original to Van Cortlandt Manor. Of particular note is an extraordinary kitchen on the ground floor, with original hearth, beehive oven, and extensive collection of cooking equipment and utensils. Also on the grounds is an 18th-century tavern situated on the historic Albany Post Road at the site of a ferry crossing over the Croton River. The tavern showcases a collection of vernacular Hudson River Valley furnishings and evokes fascinating tales of travel and transport in the post-revolutionary period. Van Cortlandt Manor  "Historic Site" | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Dobbs Ferry Listings10522, history, river towns, river town, hudson river, hudson river valley, south, southern, southwest, southwestern, hudson river, hudson river valley | Westchester

 Dobbs Ferry Historic Sites for Kids

10522, Dobbs Ferry, NY, History, National Historic Landmark, historic sites, museum, horseback riding, biking, bird watching, cross country skiing, activities, Biking, Birding, Bridle Path, Hiking, Nature Trails, Self Guided Tours, Winter Activities | Westchester Old Croton Aqueduct "State Historic Park"

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  Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park is located at 15 Walnut Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522 in Westchester County.

A Bit of History about Old Croton Aqueduct
"During the 1830s New York City was in dire need of a fresh water supply to combat the steady rise of disease and to fight numerous fires that often engulfed large tracts of businesses and homes. After numerous proposals and an abandoned plan two years into its production, construction of an unprecedented magnitude began in 1837 under the expertise of John Bloomfield Jervis. The proposed plan called for a 41 mile aqueduct and dam to be built in order to run water from the Croton River to New York City. Three to four thousand workers, mostly Irish immigrants earning up to $1.00 per day, completed the masonry marvel in just five years. In 1842 water flowed into above ground reservoirs located at the present sites of the New York Public Library and the Great Lawn of Central Park. Throngs of people attended the formal celebration held on October 14th and celebrated with "Croton cocktails" - a mix of Croton water and lemonade." Old Croton Aqueduct  "State Historic Park" | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Irvington-on-Hudson Listings10533, irvington-on-hudson, about irvington, things to do, about activities, attractions, matthiessen park in irvington, golfer, play golf, restaurants in irvington, southwestern, history of irvington, washington irvington | Westchester

 Irvington-on-Hudson Historic Sites for Kids

local park, ballfields, playground, comfort station, picnic pavilion, South County Trailway, Great Hunger Memorial, Things To Do, Cross-Country Skiing, Fishing, Ice Skating, Picnicking, Playground, | Westchester V. E. Macy Park

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  V. E. Macy Park is a 172-acre park centrally located at Saw Mill River Road, Irvington, New York. The park is actually divided into three distinct areas with slightly different atmospheres. One part functions as a local park with ballfields, a playground, comfort station and picnic pavilion. Another includes Woodlands Lake, fishing, ice skating, access to the South County Trailway, and 500 feet of the former Putnam Division Railroad. The final area is largely undeveloped. V. E. Macy Park | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Katonah Listings10536, history, town history, about katonah, activities, attractions, things to do, hamlets, katonah, biking, hiking, fishing, katonah memorial park, antiquing, antique shops in katonah, historic sites, john jay homestead, historic site, children | Westchester

 Katonah Historic Sites for Kids

Historic Site, Westchester, Bedford, Founding Fathers, Treaty of Paris, Revolutionary War, Federalist Papers, first Chief Justice, Supreme Court, historic house, guided tour, First Chief-Justice of the United States, Declaration of Independence | Westchester John Jay Homestead "State Historic Site"

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  John Jay Homestead State Historic Site is located at 400 Jay Street, Katonah, NY 10536 in Westchester County. John Jay Homestead  "State Historic Site" | Westchester  website and more . . .
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 Pound Ridge Historic Sites for Kids

largest park in Westchester County, hiking trails, fishing spots, birding, biking trails, playgounds are available for younger children, Trailside Nature Museum, Things To Do, Art Exhibits, Camping, Equestrian Trails & Horseback Riding, Fishing | Westchester Ward Pound Ridge Reservation - Pound Ridge

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  Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, a 4,315-acre park, is the largest park in Westchester County. The park is divided in area between the towns of Pound Ridge and Lewisboro. The northern one-third of the park is in Lewisboro and the remaining two-thirds of the park are in Pound Ridge.

Click to enlarge picture of "Visitor Center at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation".

Ward Pound Ridge Visitor Center As you drive into the park and up to the main entrance booth, you'll see the visitor center on your right and the Art Center a short distance ahead, on your left. Ward Pound Ridge Reservation - Pound Ridge | Westchester  photos, website and more . . .
 All Rye Listings10580, history of the city of rye, new york, schools, rye school districts, historical landmarks, about rye, hiking, golf courses in rye, antique stores, birding in rye, place for children, kids, time to eat, rye restaurants, buying a home in rye | Westchester

 Rye Historic Sites for Kids

10580, Carousel at Playland Amusement Park, Rye Playland, Rye, NY, family amusement park, entertainment center,  rides, beach, pool, boardwalk, pier on scenic Long Island Sound, lake boating, picnic area, mini-golf, indoor ice-skating, Things To Do | Westchester Carousel at Playland Amusement Park

 
  The Carousel at Playland Amusement Park, located at 100 Playland Parkway, Rye, NY 10580 in southern Westchester County, is a Metro New York family amusement park and entertainment center. Featuring more than fifty rides for children and adults, Playland also offers free entertainment and has a beach, pool, boardwalk, and pier on scenic Long Island Sound, lake boating, picnic area, mini-golf and indoor ice-skating. Carousel at Playland Amusement Park | Westchester  website and more . . .

10580, Rye, Jay Heritage Center, Founding Father, John Jay, historic, first Chief Justice, historic Boston Post Road,  National Historic Landmark, history, America’s Treasures Program, African American Heritage Trail, tour | Westchester Jay Heritage Center

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  Jay Heritage Center, a National Historic Landmark, is located at 20 Boston Post Road, Rye, NY 10580 in Westchester County.

"The Jay Estate in Rye is the childhood home of one of our nation’s greatest leaders and Founding Fathers, John Jay (1745-1829). Thanks to the efforts of its subsequent owners who cherished it and community advocates who saved it, this sylvan and historic 23 acre oasis, once part of an expansive 400 acre farm, still boasts a magnificent view to Long Island Sound and is now open to the public. For visitors, it provides a rare and truly breathtaking window into our past and a glimpse of the horizons that Jay and his descendants saw for our new country. Jay Heritage Center | Westchester  website and more . . .

10580, Rye, NY, family amusement park, rides for children and adults, free entertainment, beach, pool, boardwalk, pier on scenic Long Island Sound, lake boating, picnic area, mini golf, indoor ice-skating, amusement park | Westchester Playland Amusement Park, Beach & Pool

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  Playland Amusement Park and Pool, located at 100 Playland Parkway, Rye, NY 10580 in southern Westchester County, is a Metro New York family amusement park and entertainment center. Featuring more than fifty rides for children and adults, Playland also offers free entertainment and has a beach, pool, boardwalk, and pier on scenic Long Island Sound, lake boating, picnic area, mini-golf and indoor ice-skating.Playland Amusement Park is America's only government owned and operated amusement park.

Things To Do at Playland Amusement Park aka Rye Playland. Playland Amusement Park, Beach & Pool | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Sleepy Hollow Listingsriver towns, river town, hudson river, hudson river valley, central, mid west, western | Westchester

 Sleepy Hollow Historic Sites for Kids

Lighthouse at Sleepy Hollow, lighthouses, Sleepy Hollow, Hudson River, Tarrytown Lighthouse, Kingsland Point Lighthouse, Caisson-style lighthouse, Tappan Zee Bridge | Westchester 1883 Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse

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  Click to enlarge photo of 1883 Tarrytown Lighthouse.

Click to enlarge photo of Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse at dusk.
The sign along the bridge that leads to the lighthouse reads:
    "The Tarrytown Lighthouse Bridge
        Designed and Constructed
                      By
        The Westchester County
    Department of Public Works
                    1975"
1883 Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse | Westchester  more . . .

Historic Site, British spy Major John Andre, Andre Monument, British spy, American Revolution, History, Historic Preservation Society, treachery of Benedict Arnold, Major John André in the American Revolution, Benedict Arnold | Westchester André Captors' Monument "Historic Site - Sleepy Hollow"

 
  Patriots Park, a 4-acre park, is located at North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591 in Westchester County on the border of Sleepy Hollow.

Click to enlarge photo of the plaque at base of the Captors' Monument at Patriots Park.

Click to enlarge photo of Patriot Park Militiaman
" The people of Westchester County have erected this monument as well to commemorate a great event as to testify their high estimation of that integrity and patriotism which, rejecting every temptation rescued the United States from most imminent peril by baffling the arts of a spy and the plots of a traitor, Dedicated October 7th 1853 "


"This plaque was placed here under the auspices of the bicentennial celebration committee, to preserve for posterity the text, of the original inscription carved in stone. Unveiled September 6, 1980.
"
André Captors' Monument  "Historic Site - Sleepy Hollow" | Westchester  more . . .

Old Dutch Church at Sleepy Hollow, photo of Old Dutch Church, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, villages of Tarrytown and North Tarrytow, photo of Washington Irving's Gravestone,  photo of Washington Irving's Gravestone, Washington Irving, Sunnyside | Westchester Historic Sites in Sleepy Hollow

 
  Click to enlarge photo of the sign at the Old Dutch Church at Sleepy Hollow.

Click to enlarge photo of sign at Old Dutch Church.
The sign reads:
"The Old
DUTCH CHURCH
Of Sleepy Hollow, Built 1697
By Frederick Philipse, First
Lord of the Manor. In Use
Since Except in Revolution"

Sleepy Hollow Cemetery surrounds the Old Dutch Burying Ground and Old Dutch Church, but neither is affiliated with the cemetery. Washington Irving himself is laid to rest at the south end of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery overlooking the grounds of the Old Dutch Church. Historic Sites in Sleepy Hollow | Westchester  photos and more . . .

photo of Philipsburg Manor, historic site, historical importance, living history museum, Guides in 18th-century costume, tours, many fun things to do with children, Things To Do at Philipsburg Manor, Tour Philipsburg Manor Historic Site | Westchester Philipsburg Manor "Historic Site"

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  Click to enlarge photo of Philipsburg Manor.

Click to enlarge photo of Philipsburg Manor. Philipsburg Manor is a historic site of great historical importance. Once the headquarters of a large Hudson Valley manor, the site vividly interprets aspects of the history of colonial New York and the system of racially-based slavery which helped keep the estate running in the 18th century. Philipsburg Manor  "Historic Site" | Westchester  website and more . . .

photo of the Gravestone of Washington Irving, grave of Washington Irving, creator of the short story genre, Visit Sunnyside in Tarrytown, The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, "Rip Van Winkle", "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", Ichabod Crane | Westchester Washington Irving and "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"

 
  Click to enlarge photo of Sunnyside, Washington Irving's Riverside Home in Tarrytown.

Click to enlarge photo of Gravestone of Washington Irving.
Visit Sunnyside in Tarrytown, New York
Washington Irving lived the last 25 years of his life at Sunnyside, his home set along the Hudson River, in Tarrytown, New York. Washington Irving’s meticulously restored home is filled with the author’s possessions including his writing desk and books. Originally a Dutch farmer’s house, it is now a property of the non-profit Historic Hudson Valley and open for tours. Washington Irving and "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" | Westchester  website and more . . .
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 Tarrytown Historic Sites for Kids

Historic Site, British spy Major John Andre, Andre Monument, British spy, American Revolution, History, Historic Preservation Society, treachery of Benedict Arnold, Major John André in the American Revolution, Benedict Arnold | Westchester André Captors' Monument "Historic Site - Tarrytown"

 
  Patriots Park, a 4-acre park, is located at North Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591 in Westchester County on the border of Sleepy Hollow.

Click to enlarge photo of the plaque at base of the Captors' Monument at Patriots Park.

Click to enlarge photo of Patriot Park Militiaman
" The people of Westchester County have erected this monument as well to commemorate a great event as to testify their high estimation of that integrity and patriotism which, rejecting every temptation rescued the United States from most imminent peril by baffling the arts of a spy and the plots of a traitor, Dedicated October 7th 1853 "


"This plaque was placed here under the auspices of the bicentennial celebration committee, to preserve for posterity the text, of the original inscription carved in stone. Unveiled September 6, 1980.
"
André Captors' Monument  "Historic Site - Tarrytown" | Westchester  more . . .

Tarrytown Sleepy Hollow New York protecting Preserve's preserve peserves wildlife habitat historical  archeological features carriage roads | Westchester Friends of Rockefeller State Park

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  Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Inc., located in Sleepy Hollow, New York, was established in 1997 to encourage public participation in protecting the Preserve's wildlife and habitat, sustaining its historical and archeological features, and maintaining its unique system of carriage roads. Friends of Rockefeller State Park | Westchester  website and more . . .

photo of Lyndhurst, historic site, America's finest Gothic Revival mansions, Things To Do at Lyndhurst, Museum Shop, Tour Lyndhurst Mansion, Historic Sites in Sleepy Hollow, Children's Attractions in Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, Family Fun Day | Westchester Lyndhurst "Historic Site"

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Click to enlarge photo of Lyndhurst from rear grounds.

Click to enlarge photo of Lyndhurst from rear grounds. Circa 1838. Lyndhurst, a historic site of the National Trust, is a preeminent architectural landmark. It resides on a 67-acre park representing 19th century architecture, decorative arts, and landscape. Overlooking the Hudson River in Tarrytown, NY, Lyndhurst is one of America's finest Gothic Revival mansions. Lyndhurst  "Historic Site" | Westchester  website and more . . .

site author essayist poet biographer columnist "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" "Rip Van Winkle" Hudson River Valley
mid-Victorian period "Irving's Traveling Totes" tours museum, picnic grounds Point of Interest | Westchester Washington Irving's Home at Sunnyside "Historic Site"

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  Click to enlarge photo of Sunnyside, Washington Irving's Riverside Home in Tarrytown.

Click to enlarge photo of Gravestone of Washington Irving.
Visit Sunnyside in Tarrytown, New York
Washington Irving, considered by many to be the first "International Writer" lived the last 25 years of his life at Sunnyside, his home set along the Hudson River, in Tarrytown, New York. Washington Irving’s meticulously restored home is filled with the author’s possessions including his writing desk and books. Originally a Dutch farmer’s house, this property is now managed by the non-profit Historic Hudson Valley and is open for tours. Washington Irving's Home at Sunnyside  "Historic Site" | Westchester  website and more . . .
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 White Plains Historic Sites for Kids

Battles of the American Revolution, Battle atop Chatterton Hill in White Plains, American Continental Army, historical landmark in White Plains, historic event, Interpretive sign in Battle-Whitney Park, Historic Account of Battle of White Plains | Westchester American Revolution - Battle atop Chatterton Hill "Historic Site"

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  Battles of the American Revolution
Battle atop Chatterton Hill in White Plains
Date: October 28, 1776
Between: British against the American Continental Army
Location: White Plains, New York American Revolution - Battle atop Chatterton Hill  "Historic Site" | Westchester  more . . .

Battles of the American Revolution, American Revolution, History, History of the United States, White Plains, New York, Sir Henry Clinton, North Castle, Fort Washington, Washington, Howe, Hudson River, Hessian troops, Knyphausen, Common Sense | Westchester American Revolution - Battle of White Plains "Historic Site"

 
  Battles of the American Revolution
Battle of White Plains
Date: October 28th, 1776
Between: British against the American Continental Army
Location: White Plains, New York American Revolution - Battle of White Plains  "Historic Site" | Westchester  more . . .

10601, Bar Building, historic builiding, White Plains, NY, Yesterday In White Plains by Renoda Hoffman, Newell/Palace Theater, tallest structure in the county, National Register of Historic Places | Westchester Bar Building Historic Site

 
  The Bar Building, a historic builiding, is located at 199 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County.

From Yesterday In White Plains by Renoda Hoffman: "In 1926, when the Bar Building was built upon the site of the Newell/Palace Theater, it was the tallest structure in the county." This commerical building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007. Bar Building Historic Site | Westchester  more . . .

10606, Park, White Plains, NY, historical landmark in White Plains, Battle of White Plains, historic event,  history of the, Battle of White Plains, Battle atop Chatterton Hill, White Plains, Things to Do in Battle-Whitney Park, Historic Site, Playground | Westchester Battle - Whitney Park

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  Battle-Whitney Park is located at 136 Hartsdale Avenue (Battle Avenue and Lincoln Avenue) White Plains, NY 10606, Westchester County. Battle - Whitney Park | Westchester  more . . .

10606, Park, White Plains, NY, history, Battle of White Plains, Battle atop Chatterton Hill, White Plains, The Battle of White Plains, Things to Do at Battle Hill Park, Basketball Courts, Playground, Playing fields, Tennis Courts | Westchester Battle Hill Park

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  Battle Hill Park is located at Battle Avenue & Hawley Street, White Plains, NY 10606 in Westchester County. Battle Hill Park | Westchester  more . . .

10605, Park, White Plains, NY, Things to Do in Bryant-Mamaroneck Park, Historic Site, Nature Trails, Hiking and Walking Trail | Westchester Bryant-Mamaroneck Park

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  Bryant-Mamaroneck park is located on the corner of Bryant and Mamaroneck Avenues, White Plains, NY 10605 in Westchester County.

Bryant-Mamaroneck park offers an 8.93 acre circular trail for walking, hiking, and nature exploration. You may enter and exit the park from Mamaroneck Avenue. Meter parking is available at the City owned Shapham Place lot across Mamaroneck Avenue. Bryant-Mamaroneck Park | Westchester  more . . .

10606, Playground, White Plains, NY, Battle Hill Park, park, state-of-the-art playground equipment, Historic Site, Chatterton Hill, Battle of White Plains, George Washington’s, Continental Army, Things to Do in Chatterton Playground, Basketball Courts | Westchester Chatterton Playground

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  Chatterton Playground is located at Chatterton Avenue & Harmon Street, White Plains, NY 10606 in Westchester County. Chatterton Playground can be accessed from Battle Hill Park, or through its own entrance on Harmon Street. The park offers state-of-the-art playground equipment. Chatterton Playground | Westchester  more . . .

10601, National Register of Historic Places, White Plains, NY, It Happened In Old White Plains, allegorical depiction of the settlement of White Plains, Angelo Magnanti. Alex Bonanno did the actual painting, Classical Revival style | Westchester Peoples National Bank and Trust Company - Historic Building

 
  Peoples National Bank and Trust Company Building, an historic site listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000, is located at 31 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County.

From: It Happened In Old White Plains by Renoda Hoffman "The Peoples National Bank & Trust Company was organized in the summer of 1924. It opened on September 2nd in the Depot Plaza on the corner of Martine Avenue with a capital of $100,000. In November of 1929, the bank moved into the new nine-story building on the corner of Martine and Mamaroneck Avenues. Prior to the bank's erection, the YMCA, which had occupied the site for a number of years, sold it to the bank and built its present building on Mamaroneck Avenue, near Maple Avenue. Peoples National Bank and Trust Company - Historic Building | Westchester  more . . .

10603, White Plains Rural Cemetery, National, State & County Registers of Historic Places,  historic rural cemetery, White Plains, NY, Yesterday In White Plains, Renoda Hoffman, Rural Cemetery Association | Westchester White Plains Rural Cemetery - Historic Site

 
  The White Plains Rural Cemetery buildings and grounds are listed on the National, State & County Registers of Historic Places. This historic rural cemetery is located at 167 North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10603 in Westchester County.

From Yesterday In White Plains by Renoda Hoffman: "In 1795, the first Methodist Church in White Plains was completed on the NW corner of Broadway and Cemetery Road. It was destroyed by fire on the same day it was dedicated, and rebuilt in 1797. Today the building serves as the Rural Cemetery Office. White Plains Rural Cemetery - Historic Site | Westchester  more . . .

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