Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site

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Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site


Location:Corner of Liberty and Washington Streets in Newburgh.
Facilities:Picnic area (é), historic house, museum (é), scenic views.
Activities:Guided tours, educational programs.
Special Features:Site is the farmhouse used by General George Washington as Continental Army headquarters and residence from April of 1782 until August of 1783. It is located about 12 miles north of the forts at West Point.
Address:PO Box 1783
Newburgh, NY 12551

Phone:845-562-1195
Web: nysparks.state.ny.us/sites/info.asp?siteID=32
Size: 8.4 acres.

See other parks in New York.
Parks Directory of the United States, 5th Edition. © 2007 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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(7) The house, traditionally known as the Jean Hasbrouck house, had been assumed to have been built by the patentee until recent dendrochonological evidence indicated that it was built after his death [Crawford, et al, 2002, pp.
Crawford & Stearns and Neil Larson & Associates (2002), Historic Structure Report for The Jean Hasbrouck House (New Paltz, NY: Huguenot Historical Society).
The stone houses, which are open to the general public in New Paltz, are the Freer House, the Abraham Hasbrouck House, the Bevier-Elting House, the DuBois House, the Deyo House (built in 1894), the Jean Hasbrouck House, the Walloon Church and the Elting-LeFevre House (built in 1799).
The roads will pass antique shops and such lovely historic stone structures as the Hasbrouck House and Stanhople Manor.