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Goshen, the county seat of Orange County, was originally part of the 1703 Wawayanda Patent. Located some 60 miles northwest of New York City and 16 miles west of the Hudson River, the village began to develop in 1714. Goshen traces this development, highlighting the evolution of Park Square, the lovely Victorian homes, the tree-lined streets, the business district, and especially Historic Track, the oldest continuously operating harness track in the United States, and the Trotting Horse Museum, containing the Hall of Fame of the Trotter.
ISBN: 9780738550176
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: New York
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Edward P. Connor, a native of Goshen, has served on the board of the Goshen Public Library and Historical Society, as well as on the local planning board, zoning board, and forestry tree committee. He was helped by many people as he gathered more than 200 photographs to portray Goshen's past. With the publication of Goshen, longtime residents can happily reminisce while newcomers discover their community's vibrant history.
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