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100 Years Ago - 1920 Some time Wednesday night, burglars visited the general store of M.C. Armstrong at Long Eddy, ransacked the two floors of the building and carried off loot valued at between … more
It was Friday afternoon, July 25, 1930 and 60-year old Paul Senson of Kiamesha Lake was out picking berries near Round Top, not far from the lake, when he made a gruesome discovery. Investigating … more
140 Years Ago - 1880 The population of the town of Cochecton numbers 1230. In 1875, the population was 1504. The oldest person is Sally Dougherty, 95 years of age, and the oldest man, named Mason, … more
Early in the morning on Friday, July 13, 1962 fire was discovered in one of the buildings at Hankin's High View House, just outside Liberty. Firefighters were on the scene within minutes and were … more
140 Years Ago - 1880 On July 5, 1880, Leander Robinson and Arletta Benedict, both of Youngsville, were married at Liberty by Rev. J.N. Husted. On July 7th, Celia W. Finn and W.S. Jones of Pike … more
140 Years Ago - 1880 On July 5, 1880, Leander Robinson and Arletta Benedict, both of Youngsville, were married at Liberty by Rev. J.N. Husted. On July 7th, Celia W. Finn and W.S. Jones of Pike … more
For the first time in many a year there will be no commemoration this month of the Battle of Minisink, but that doesn't mean that the sacrifices of the Colonial militia in July of 1779 will be … more
140 Years Ago - 1880 Mark Twain and his wife passed over the Erie last week as sole occupants of a chartered car, The Tri-States Union. Callicoon — A.E. Wenzel has gone to Cincinnati to … more
The first permanent European settlement in the Upper Delaware Valley was established around 1755 by a group of Connecticut farmers who formed the Delaware Company. The settlement, called Cushetunk, … more
110 Years Ago - 1910 A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. W. Brigham, Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Valentine, Messrs. Mitchell, Tyler, Seipp and Smith journeyed down the Delaware River … more
He was born in Liberty on June 16, 1897 and he was just 34 years old when he was killed in one of the most notorious shootouts in New York Police Department history. He was Edwin Vincent … more
140 Years Ago - 1880 Katharine Gunglach, relict of Philip Gunglach, died at Callicoon on June 12 at the age of 86. She was one of the first German settlers of the town, having come here about 38 … more
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