The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands has announced “New Enlightened Views,” an invitational art exhibition of Hudson Valley landscape artists curated by the Historical Society and sponsored by the Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House. [Read more…] about Hudson Valley Landscape Show To Support Newburgh Historical
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The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands has announced a virtual tour showcasing their headquarters, the Crawford House in Newburgh.
Built in 1830, the home was commissioned by David Crawford and his wife, Fanny, who raised two daughters there. Crawford made a fortune in freighting goods on the Hudson River, contributing to the growth of Newburgh and Orange County. [Read more…] about Newburgh’s Crawford House: A Virtual Tour
The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands is offering a “Virtual Candlelight Tour” on their website.
The Virtual Tour, which will run through New Year’s Day, features stories and photos of past tours and includes the historic Captain David Crawford House decorated in traditional 19th century splendor. [Read more…] about Newburgh Historical Society Offering Virtual Candlelight Tour
Experts from the Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston will be the featured speakers for the annual meeting of the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands on Sunday afternoon, October 20 at 2 pm at the organization’s headquarters, 189 Montgomery Street.
Inside the old Crawford House where a local 19th century ship captain, David Crawford, once watched the approaching weather from his portico overlooking the Hudson River, members and guests will come to understand the timeline of local weather fronts and climate changes through the decades. [Read more…] about Hudson Valley Climate History at Capt Crawford’s, Newburgh