“Staatsburg: A Village Lost in Time” by Anthony Musso

June 19, 2018 9:50 am Published by

This program chronicles the early history of the once thriving community that—until 1932—was part of the main route from New York City to Albany before a bypass was constructed around the quaint village. Staatsburg was well known during the 19th century for its ice-harvesting operations, the famous Staatsburg Ice Tool Company, and one of the oldest stagecoach stops in the region (now a private residence). Anthony will also present captivating details about four estates that once occupied the village.

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