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    • Sketch for Panels 1a-c, Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Half Moon (Ship); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Palatines--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town), Local history--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History;
    • From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" Panel 1(a): Some time between September 12 and 20 Henry Hudson's "Half Moon" may have anchored near Rhinecliff. A sailor chopping a tree is watched by Indians" who have burned a tree around its base....
    • Float - Title Car: The Dutch Period

    • Postcards; Floats (Parades); Lions; Seals (Insignia); Flags; Ships;
    • Title Car of Dutch Period - This title car shows the seal of the Dutch and indicates the importance of the trade with the Indians in the Dutch Period. - letterpress caption from verso of postcard
    • Esopus-Huguenot Land Agreement, 1677

    • Huguenots; Indians of North America;
    • Contract between the group of twelve Huguenots and the Esopus Indians for roughly 40,000 acres of land that would become the New Paltz Patent. The contract stipulates the goods that the Esopus tribe received for the land, as well as the signatures...
    • Some jottings from Pougwagtenock

    • Slaveholders; United States--History--War of 1812; Indians of North America
    • Newspaper clipping recounting stories told by Judy Jackson. One of the stories is about a meeting she witnessed between a member of the Merritt family and a group of Indians during the War of 1812.
    • Nyack Turnpike Historical marker

    • Photographs; Historical Markers
    • Looking east down the Nyack Turnpike, West Nyack Road and Route 59A. Nyack Turnpike historical marker: Dutch farmers first settled here early in the eighteenth century on land purchased from Indians who had occupied this region for millennia. ...
    • Nyack Turnpike Historical marker

    • Photographs; Historical markers
    • Dutch farmers first settled here early in the eighteenth century on land purchased from Indians who had occupied this region for millennia. Under mounting pressure for a cross-county road between the Port of Nyack and Ramapo a turnpike was built. ...
    • Nyack, New York

    • Aerial photographs; Waterfronts; Villages; Views; Marine terminals;
    • An aerial view of Nyack, New York. The first permanent settlement in Rockland County was made here in 1675. The entire Nyack shore had been occupied by native Indians. Nyack is the hometown of Helen Hayes, First lady of the Theater.
    • Nyack, New York

    • Aerial photographs; Business districts; Waterfronts;
    • An aerial view of the Village of Nyack, from west of Franklin Street, east to the Hudson River.On the back is "Nyack, New York. First permanent settlement in Rockland County made here in 1675. The entire Nyack shore had been occupied by native...
    • Nyack, New York

    • Views; Postcards; Villages;
    • Nyack, New York. "First permanent settlement in Rockland County made here in 1675. Native Indians had occupied the entire Nyack shore. Nyack is the hometown of Helen Hayes, First lady of the Theater" is printed on the back. This is an aerial view...
    • Centennial Parade: Nyack Indian Float

    • Parades & processions; Centennial celebrations;
    • The Village of Nyack celebrated its 100th year with a parade of local groups and organizations. The black and white Valley Cottage Indian float says, "Congratulations Nyack on Your Centennial. The Indians, A Recreational Association. Nyack - Valley...
    • Centennial Parade: Nyack Indian Float

    • Parades & processions; Centennial celebrations;
    • The Village of Nyack celebrated its 100th year with a parade of local groups and organizations. The Valley Cottage Indians Football Association turned out in great numbers for the Nyack Centennial Parade, with a float and cheerleaders, and other...
    • A.E. & J.H. Christie carriages and sleighs

    • Industry; Employees;
    • Carroll Scott Waldron at Work A great deal of mystery and legend surrounds the life of Carroll Scott Waldron (1837-1921). His self-styled biography, for example, announces that he was born in a log cabin in Henderson County, Illinois. Carroll...
    • Nyack Centennial Parade, Nyack, NY

    • Parades & processions; Centennial celebrations;
    • The Indians, a recreation association serving the Nyacks, Valley Cottage, and Congers, was represented in the Nyack centennial parade by a small group of marchers followed by a float.

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