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Park, Top 100 Campgrounds, activities, swimming, beaches, picnic grounds, boat launch, hiking, biking, cross-country ski, Ice skating, ice fishing, Things To Do, Beach, Biking, Boat Rentals, Cabins, Fishing, Sledding, Snowmobiling, X-Country Skiing Lake Taghkanic State Park

518-851-3631 
  in 2005 Lake Taghkanic State Park was named one of the Top 100 Campgrounds in the nation. Lake Taghkanic State Park, nestled next to Lake Taghkanic in the rolling hills and lush forests of Columbia County, offers a wonderful variety of recreational activities. The park has tent, trailer campsites, cabin, and cottage camping facilities. In the hot days of summer you can go swimming at one of the two beaches. Have picnics at the picnic grounds and launch your boat at the boat launch. In addition, the park has hiking, biking, cross-country ski and snowmobile trails. Ice skating and ice fishing are permitted when conditions are appropriate.

There are three Vacation Rental Cottages that have the amenities of home. The units are outfitted with a bathroom with toilet and shower, a kitchen with hot and cold running water, refrigerator, stove, microwave, cooking and eating utensils, enclosed/screened-in back porch facing the water, a picnic table and fire ring. Press blue button for photos, and more about Lake Taghkanic State Park.

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    Winter Activities
    Cross-country Skiing
    Ice Fishing
    Ice Skating

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Crandell Theatre

518-392-3331 
 
Crandell Theatre -- 46-48 Main Street, Chatham, NY 12037
Title Rating Runtime Showings
The Monuments Men PG-13 1hr58min 7:15p
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About Applefest, Hudson Valley, Village of Warwick, Top 100 Events, one-day event, Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment, festival, Festival proceeds benefit these and other local non-profit organizations, Things To Do and See at the Festival Applefest Festival

845-987-8300 
 

About Applefest
Located in the Hudson Valley
Village of Warwick, New York

Admission is FREE

Applefest began in 1989 as a simple harvest celebration to support the Warwick Valley Community Center. Named one of the “Top 100 Events” in the country, over 30,000 visitors now attend the one-day event, traveling from neighboring states to experience the extraordinary variety of Warwick’s apples, culture, and entertainment. The festival is produced by the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Warwick Valley Community Center. Festival proceeds benefit these and other local non-profit organizations.

Things To Do and See at the Festival

  • Over 200 craft vendors
  • Dozens of food vendors
  • 50 local non-profit exhibitors
  • Music & entertainment on several stages all day
  • Children’s Carnival
  • Farmers’ Market
  • Walk to Village shops, restaurants & businesses
  • Apple Pie Baking Contest (slices for sale)
  • Applefest Visitor's Guide
    An updated Applefest Visitors’ Guide will be posted on the website before Applefest next fall, and will also be available for free at the festival.

    This 32-page booklet contains schedules of Applefest events, transportation information, directories for craft/food vendors, wineries, u-pick apples, a user-friendly map of the festival area, ads for local businesses and more.

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    Music & Environmental Festival, Top 4 Music Festivals in the US, Folk Festival, good music, About Clearwater, Clean Water Act, the Hudson River Park Act, removal of PCB’s from the Hudson, America’s Environmental Flagship, Clearwater Environmental Clearwater's Hudson River Festival

     
     

    Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival
    A Music & Environmental Festival

    Clearwater Environmental Organization

    • "One of the Top 4 Music Festivals in the U.S."
      Outside Magazine,

    • "Clearwater is everything a Folk Festival should be; good music, good people and good fun.You'll find your community is bigger when you leave than when you came.",
      Ani DiFranco

    • "Playing Clearwater was one of the most fulfilling experiences I've had in music. I feel lucky to have been invited.",
      Josh Ritter

    About Clearwater
    "Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt nonprofit, member- supported corporation whose mission is to preserve and protect the Hudson River. In 1966, folk music legend and environmental activist Pete Seeger, in despair over the pollution of his beloved Hudson River, announced plans to “build a boat to save the river”. At the time, the Hudson was rank with raw sewage, toxic chemicals and oil pollution; fish had disappeared over many miles of its length. Seeger believed a majestic replica of the sloops that sailed the Hudson in the 18th and 19th centuries would bring people to the river, where they could experience its beauty and be moved to preserve it. Inspired by that vision, the 106-feet-long tall ship Clearwater was built and launched in 1969. The sloop was among the first vessels in the U.S. to conduct science-based environmental education aboard a sailing ship, virtually creating the template by which such programs are conducted around the world today.

    "Since the launch of the Clearwater, more than 430,000 young people and hundreds of thousands of adults have experienced their first real look at an estuary’s ecosystem—fish, invertebrates, water chemistry and ecological principals—aboard the sloop. Clearwater’s environmental education programs now serve more than 15,000 students annually, and the organization also educates over 200 teachers each year through SUNY New Paltz, Pace University and other institutions. Clearwater’s members have helped advocate for the Clean Water Act, the Hudson River Park Act and removal of PCB’s from the Hudson.

    "The Clearwater has become America’s Environmental Flagship, and was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004 for its role in the environmental movement. Each summer, Clearwater re-connects Hudson Valley residents with their cultural heritage and traditions by bringing them down to the river for the Great Hudson River Revival, the country’s oldest music and environmental festival. The organization and its local sloop clubs also sponsor smaller local riverfront festivals throughout the year. Clearwater’s unique approach to public outreach has made the Clearwater a symbol of grassroots action through hands-on learning, music and celebration."

    Press blue button for festival information, donations, and updated information about Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival.

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    12517, Iron Works Museum, Copake Falls, NY, Columbia County, Copake Iron Works machine shop, museum Copake Iron Works Museum

    518-329-3993 
      The Copake Iron Works Museum is located at 8 Miles Road, next to the Copake Falls Post Office, Copake Falls, NY 12517 in Columbia County.

    The small building that now houses the Copake Iron Works Museum, was formerly the Copake Iron Works machine shop. Copake Iron Works was established in 1845 and ceased operation in the 1920's. It was acquired by Taconic State Park in 1928.

    Copake Iron Works Museum - established in 1845, iron remained active until 1903. The charcoal blast furnace, blowing engine house, machine shop, office and powder storage building still remain and are open to the public.

    Hours of Operation
    The museum is only open for monthly events (usually the 3rd Tuesday of the month, September-May) and during the Summer Exhibit (July -October, Saturdays and Sundays from 2-4pm), the Museum is also open by appointment.

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    12517, Copake Falls, NY, campground, cabins, cross country skiing, deer hunting, turkey hunting,  campground, Things To Do at Taconic State Park, Biking, Cabins, Campsites, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Museum, Playgrounds, Winter Activities Taconic State Park - Copake Falls Area

    518-329-3993 
      Taconic State Park - Copake Falls Area is located on Route 344, Copake Falls, NY 12517 in Columbia County and Dutchess County. The park is located along 16 miles of the Taconic Mountain Range, sharing a border with Massachusetts and Connecticut. Two developed areas, Copake Falls and Rudd Pond, offer an extensive trail system with terrain that varies from easy to challenging, offering spectacular views.

    The extensive campground at Copake Falls has sites to accommodate campers seeking a more rustic experience, as well as those seeking a more "home like" experience. The cabin areas vary in number of cabins, location and size. The "Ironworkers" cabins are equipped with private showers and flush toilets; campers in the "Bash Bish" cabins utilize a centrally located shower facility with flush toilets. Some cabins in the Greenwich Cabin Area are wheelchair accessible and offer extra amenities such as a microwave, sofa, shower, dishwasher and cable television hookup.

    There are great trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing, as well as 5 miles of snowmobile trails. In season both deer hunting (rifle/shotgun/bow) and turkey hunting (bow only, until 12 Noon) are permitted.

    Press blue button for information about campground accommodations and more things to do at Taconic State Park.

    Things To Do at Taconic State Park - Copake Falls Area
    Beach
    Biking
    Cabins, Campsites, Cottages
    Dumping Stations
    Fishing
    Grills
    Hiking
    Hunting
    Museum & Visitors Center
    Pavilions
    Picnic Tables
    Playgrounds
    Recreation Programs
    Scenic Views
    Showers
    Waterfalls

      Winter Activities
      Cross-Country Skiing
      Snowmobiling
      Snowshoeing Trails

    The word is Visit these popular attractions in or near Taconic State Park.

  • A portion of the Appalachian Trail runs through Taconic State Park.

  • Bash Bish Falls is the most dramatic and highest single drop waterfall in Massachusetts.

  • Copake Iron Works Museum, established in 1845, remained active until 1903.

  • Harlem Valley Rail Trail is now a picturesque trail with interpretive signs.

  • Visit Taconic State Park, Rudd Pond Area.
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    12521, Craft Fair, Bake Sale, Craryville, NY, Attractions, 60 exhibitor booths, Food and refreshments, Silent Auction, Children's Activities, Baked Goods, Pictures with Santa Annual Craft Fair and Bake Sale

    518-325-0420 
      Annual Craft Fair and Bake Sale is located at the Taconic Hills High School, 73 County Route 11A, Craryville, NY 12521 in Columbia County.

    Attractions
    60 exhibitor booths
    Food and refreshments
    Silent Auction

      Children's Activities
      Baked Goods
      Pictures with Santa
    Early November, contact for exact date and time. Admission is free.

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    12526, National Landmark District, American Revolution / War of Independence, attractions, Things To Do, Bird Watching, Historic House, Group Tours, museum, Farm, Food & Music Festival Clermont "State Historic Site"

    518-537-4240 
      Clermont State Historic Site, overlooking the Hudson River, is located at One Clermont Avenue, Germantown, NY 12526 in Columbia County in the Hudson River Valley. Clermont State Historic Site was the Hudson River seat of New York's politically and socially prominent Livingston Family. Seven successive generations of the family left their imprint on the site's architecture, room interiors, and landscape.

    Robert R. Livingston, Jr. was Clermont's most notable resident. His accomplishments include: drafting the Declaration of Independence, serving as first U.S. Minister of Foreign Affairs, administering the oath of office to George Washington, negotiating the Louisiana Purchase, and developing steamboat technology with Robert Fulton. Today, Clermont appears much as it did in the early 20th century . . . Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1973, Clermont is an anchor in the 1990 Hudson River National Landmark District.

    American Revolution / War of Independence
    Because of the Livingston family's prominent role in support of independence, Clermont was burned by British troops under the command of General John Vaughan during a foray up the Hudson River in the autumn of 1777. Margaret Beekman Livingston, who managed the estate during most of the war years, rebuilt the family home between 1779 and 1782.

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    Things To Do at Clermont, Home of the Steamboat
    Bird Watching
    Gift Shop
    Group Tours
    Guided Bird Walk
    Historic House
    Special Events
      Candlelight tours of museum and grounds
      Child's Christmas (stories and treats)
      Croquet Tournament
      Farm, Food & Music Festival

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    Hawthorne Valley Fall Festival

    518-672-4465 
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    12075, Farm, organic fruit, vegetables, Demeter-certified, biodynamic, CSA farm, CSA program, Hawthorne Valley Farm, farmers, CSA membership, eat seasonally, local farmer, Biodynamic, Organic Products,  Community Supported Agriculture Hawthorne Valley Farm "Organic CSA Farm"

    518-672-4465 
      Hawthorne Valley Farm, a Demeter-certified biodynamic CSA farm, is located at 327 County Road 21C, Ghent, NY 12075, Columbia County in the upper-Hudson Valley.

    From Hawthorne Valley Farm: "Since 1972, we have been producing high quality, Biodynamic and organic foods while providing farm-based learning experiences for children and adults. Our 400-acre Biodynamic farm includes dairy cows, vegetables, a creamery, organic bakery, sauerkraut cellar, and more. Our Farm Store is a full-line natural foods store open 7 days a week.

    "Our work revolves around cultivating relationships: with the earth, our surrounding communities and landscape, and with one another. The times are calling for a new form of agriculture – Agriculture 3.0 – that requires a radically enlarged context of sound farming principles, new economic forms and parameters, and renewed recognition of the role of agriculture and agriculturists in our culture and society."

    CSA Shares
    Hawthorne Valley Farm has a 300–member Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program and supplies organic and Biodynamic produce to Columbia County residents and to three New York City communities (Garden City, Inwood, and Riverdale). Over 40 varieties of vegetables are grown on 10 acres, and fruit shares from local farmers are also available.

    Hawthorne Valley Fall Festival
    Annual celebration of agriculture, ecology, education, and place. Activities for all ages include hay mazes, slides, jumps, and rides; apple cider pressing; meeting the horses, chickens, pigs, and sheep; pie baking contests; storytellers; carving pumpkins; and more. Also, enjoy delicious, organic, local foods and live music while visiting dozens of local vendors.

      Festival Day Schedule includes
      Crafts for children
      Hay rides, hay maze and slide
      Jump rope making
      Live music
      Pumpkin carving
      Two-man saw contest
      Dozens of local vendors, fresh, local foods and more

    Hawthorne Valley Farm Store
    "With an updated, green building completed in 2004, the Farm Store is a far cry from the self-serve old horse barn that once housed our retail operation. The Farm Store has grown to a full-line organic/natural foods and grocery store that will meet many of your household shopping needs.

    "We strive to offer as many locally grown or produced fruits, vegetables, grocery products, and household items as possible and are committed to supporting our local farmers and artisans. Stop by for hot food, cold sandwiches, or soups and salads from our Organic Deli; enjoy a cup of locally-roasted coffee with a pastry from our Organic Bakery; or, shop for your grocery and household needs."

      Artisan Foods
      "All foods made on the farm are certified-organic and some are certified-Biodynamic. As much as possible, ingredients that we can’t grow on our farm come from other farms in the region."

      Bakery
      Housed in the Farm Store building, our certified organic Bakery is well–known for its organic breads and bakery products. The flours, grains, nuts, seeds, and fruits used in the bakery goods are all biodynamic or organically grown, and the wheat is milled daily to ensure freshness.

      "Our bakery products, all thoughtfully and carefully made by our bakers, include a variety of sourdough and yeasted breads, rolls (both sourdough and yeasted), granolas, scones, muffins, several types of cookies, and a host of other treats. These freshly-made and satisfying goods are sold at the Farm Store, are available from our market stands at the Union Square and Inwood Greenmarkets in New York City, and can be ordered by our CSA members. A select list of items are also available via Wholesale."

      Biodynamic Organic Products include
      Bakery (certified organic)
      Dairy (yogurt, quark, fresh and aged cheeses, raw milk)
      Fruit
      Grass-fed beef and farm-raised pork
      Sauerkraut
      Vegetables

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    12529, Adventure Park, Hillsdale NY, Columbia County, New York, Berkshire Mountains, family fun,  children, aerial forest adventure, exciting and safe, aerial forest rope course, Outdoor Activities, Rope courses Catamount Adventure Park

    518-325-3200 
      The Catamount Adventure Park is located at 3200 State Highway 23, Hillsdale NY 12529 in Columbia County; at the New York and Massachusetts border in the Berkshire Mountains. Catamount offers family fun for ages 8 and up. This aerial forest adventure is fun, exciting and safe for all participants. Everyone is equipped with a harness and shown a safety demonstration prior to their session. The Park has 8 separate courses for all abilities. . . . You will develop skills, endurance and confidence during your time in the Park. The Adventure Park Staff has been thoroughly trained to assist everyone using the Park.

    Catamount Adventure Park is an aerial forest rope course consisting of platforms that have been installed in the trees with ropes and cables connecting them to form "bridges" or "canopy tours". The objective is to move from tree platform to tree platform walking over the different secured bridges to complete the ropes course. There are some small scale zip lines throughout the eight different courses. Each ropes course will have a different degree of difficulty. There are no motorized rides in the park. Our park is all about active participation. While on the courses you are fully secured by your harness at all times, it is all about thrills, chills, but no spills.

    Catamount Adventure Park is closed for the winter season and opens again in May 2010. Press blue button for more information about the park.

    Outdoor Activities
    Rope courses

    The word is Many children and adults love the challenge and plan to return.

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    Fairview Cinema III

    518-828-1900 
     
    Fairview 3 -- 160 Fairview Ave, Hudson, NY 12534
    Title Rating Runtime Showings
    RoboCop (2014) PG-13 1hr48min 1:00p, 7:05p
    The LEGO Movie 3D PG 1hr35min 1:05p, 7:05p
    The LEGO Movie PG 1hr35min 1:10p, 7:10p
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    Hudson's antiques shops, Things To Do at Harrier Hill Park, Bird Watching and Nature Study at Harrier Hill Park, Hiking and walking trails, Winter Activities, Cross county skiing, Stockport-Greenport Trail, birding, Antique shopping, restaurants Hudson Harrier Hill Park "Scenic Hudson Valley"

     
      Harrier Hill Park
    City of Hudson, Columbia County
    Hudson River Valley, New York State

    This beautiful grassland offers splendid long-distance views of the Catskills and the Hudson River. These protected acres in Columbia County include meadows, wooded bluffs and a hay farm, all near the Stockport Flats Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve. Harrier Hill Park is maintained in cooperation with the Columbia Land Conservancy.

    From Scenic Hudson: "After a morning browsing through Hudson's antiques shops, Harrier Hill offers the perfect counterpoint - nature at its most sublime. The park's location atop an open ridge makes it a standout for savoring vistas immortalized by Frederic Church, Thomas Cole and fellow painters in the Hudson River School. In fact, there's no better place to survey the rugged grandeur of the Catskill Mountains or the lordly river that flows before them. For a real treat, stick around for the sunset. In the park's pavilion, shaped like a corncrib in homage to the land's previous incarnation as a dairy farm, you can escape the sun, but keep your binoculars handy. The surrounding fields, also protected by Scenic Hudson, support a wide variety of birds - including the Northern harrier, the hawk for which the park is named. Grasslands in the valley and elsewhere are vanishing at an alarming rate, eliminating essential bird habitat. Here's one meadow where our feathered friends will always be welcome."

    Things To Do at Harrier Hill Park
    Bird Watching and Nature Study
    Hiking and Walking Trails
    Parks
    Picnicking at Harrier Hill Park

      Winter Activities at Harrier Hill Park
      Cross Country Skiing
      Snowshoeing
    Additional Information
    A short, universally accessible trail leads from the parking area past a farm pond to the pavilion. The 2-mile Stockport-Greenport Trail, which traverses a dramatic ravine, connects with additional hiking opportunities in the Greenport Conservation Area.

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    After a day of birding, walking, or Antiquing shopping in Hudson, enjoy eating out at one of the excellent restaurants in Hudson in Columbia County, New York.

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    Hudson Movieplex

    518-822-1049 
     
    Hudson Movieplex -- 350 Fairview Ave, Hudson, NY 12534
    Title Rating Runtime Showings
    About Last Night NEW! R 1hr40min 12:30p, 2:45p, 5:00p, 7:15p, 9:30p
    Endless Love NEW! PG-13 1hr45min 12:30p, 2:45p, 5:00p, 7:15p, 9:30p
    Winter's Tale NEW! PG-13 1hr58min 11:30a, 2:00p, 4:30p, 7:00p, 9:30p
    The Monuments Men PG-13 1hr58min 11:30a, 2:00p, 4:30p, 7:00p, 9:30p
    Vampire Academy PG-13 1hr44min 9:20p
    Labor Day PG-13 1hr51min 2:30p, 9:25p
    That Awkward Moment R 1hr34min 7:00p, 9:15p
    Ride Along PG-13 1hr39min 12:15p, 5:05p, 7:10p
    The Nut Job 3D PG 1hr26min 3:00p
    The Nut Job PG 1hr26min 11:00a, 1:00p, 5:00p
    Lone Survivor R 2hr1min 11:00a, 4:10p, 9:20p
    August: Osage County R 1hr59min 11:15a, 6:45p
    Saving Mr. Banks PG-13 2hr5min 1:30p, 6:40p
    Frozen (2013) PG 1hr48min 1:55p, 4:20p
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    12534, Olana State, historic house in Hudson, NY, guided tours, Things To Do, Bird Watching, Gardens, Hiking Trails, Historic Site, Maurice Sharp Gallery, Museum Store, Picnic Area, Scenic Views, American artists, Hudson River School Olana "State Historic Site"

    518-828-0135 
      Olana State Historic Site, overlooking the Hudson River, is located at 5720 Route 9-G, Hudson, NY 12534 in Columbia County in the Hudson River Valley. Olana is a masterpiece created by Frederic Edwin Church (1826 - 1900), one of the most renowned American artists of the Hudson River School. The stone, brick, and polychrome stenciled Persian-style villa is the best known element of Olana. Church designed "the castle" as the family home for his wife and four children, as well as a multidimensional work of art.

    Olana encompasses the house, the farm and the entire 250-acre estate. The picturesque landscape, with panoramic vistas of the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains, like the house, was designed by Church. Visitors throughout the year enjoy guided and self-guided tours of the Church-inspired landscape.

    Press blue button to learn more about this historic house in Hudson, NY

    Things To Do
    Artists (Children can stop by the Wagon House for pencils and paper.)
    Bird Watching
    Gardens
    Gift Shop
    Guided Tours
    Hiking Trails / Walking on the carriage roads
    Historic Site
    Maurice Sharp Gallery
    Museum Store
    Picnic Area
    Scenic Views

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    12534, theater, Hudson, NY, Columbia County, Time & Space Limited, live theater,   opera, movie-making, circus performance and gardening, discussions of local and global political issues, History of Time & Space Limited Theater Company in Hudson, New York Time & Space Limited Theater Company

    518-822-8100 
      Time & Space Limited, a theater is located at 434 Columbia Street, Hudson, NY 12534 in Columbia County.

    From TSL: "Theater provides the ways and means for understanding problems and achieving a solution. A group of artists agrees on a text and then acts on it. The action is key. Not the product but the process of action; this is a model we use.” Linda Mussmann, Co- Director, Time & Space Limited.

    "TSL uses this concept of how theater works, as a blueprint for everything the company approaches. Time & Space Limited Theater Company was founded in NYC in 1973. In 1991, TSL moved to Hudson, New York, where it expanded its role as an avant-garde theater company to include becoming a community arts organization, while always keeping theater at its core.

    "TSL’s programming spotlights the powerful role of the arts in awakening individual imaginations and fostering community participation. Whether offering people their first experience with live theater or opera, providing workshops and special enrichment projects for young people that include theater, art, movie-making, circus performance and gardening, or initiating discussions of local and global political issues, TSL is always looking to set off the spark that benefits and alters individual lives."

    "At its location in Hudson, TSL is both a beacon for change in Upstate New York and a national model, providing its community with an arts organization that is committed to constructing relationships on a local level."

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    12106, Historic Site, Columbia County in the Hudson Valley, history, ante bellum America, Lindenwald, America during the 1840's and 1850's, American politicians, eighth President, economic depression, extending slavery, Van Buren opposed extension Martin Van Buren National "Historic Site"

    518-758-9689 
      Martin Van Buren National Historic Site is located at 1013 Old Post Road, Kinderhook NY 12106, Columbia County in the Hudson Valley. "The history associated with Martin Van Buren and the culture of ante bellum America are deep, rich veins for discovering much about the country. Likewise, his farm Lindenwald provides a microcosm for us to learn about the transformations taking place in America during the 1840's and 1850's.

    "Van Buren was preeminent among the second generation of American politicians. As eighth President, the first born under the U.S. flag, he continued building the Democratic Party he helped organize. His administration faced daunting challenges: The nation suffered a severe and lingering economic depression. Crises with Great Britain, Spain, and the Republic of Texas taxed his diplomatic skills.

    "Most troubling throughout his political career was the issue of extending slavery into new states. Van Buren opposed extension while still trying to cultivate a coalition of northern and southern interests. The issue divided the nation and his party and foreshadowed the whirlpool of frustration, anger and violence which was to consume the country in the 1860's."

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