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Marbletown, one of the many wonders of the Hudson Valley, is located in the rich historical area of the Catskills. Just six miles south of Kingston on the Old Mine Road, Marbletown once served as the capital of New York State, when Kingston was burned by the British in 1777. The township is made up of the individual hamlets of Cottekill, High Falls, Kripplebush, Lomontville, Stone Ridge, Marbletown, and Vly Atwood. Through vintage photographs, Marbletown provides a glimpse of how early residents lived, capturing the distinct personalities that have shaped the township's history and drawn generations eager to experience the beauty of Marbletown and the charm of its people.
ISBN: 9780738556833
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: New York
Series: Images of America
Images: 200
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Lucy Van Sickle is a member of the Ulster County Historical Society's Bevier House Museum. She has gathered photographs from many local residents, the Stone Ridge Library collection, and local historical societies to create Marbletown, working to preserve the history of the wonderful town she calls home.
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