Tag: New York Postcards

  • The Land Between the Rivers

    The Land Between the Rivers

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    Many of the first Dutch settlers made their way to the lands between the Hudson and the Mohawk rivers of New York. They saw their towns and villages become the United States. They lived where the history in an early chapter of an American history book was written.

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Daniel Hennelly

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We will never know what Lee would think about the hotels and motels named in his honor. During the Civil War, he stayed in a tent with his troops, declining more comfortable lodgings. Even when he fell ill in March 1863, he reluctantly left his tent on doctor’s orders to recuperate in a house, but he remained close to where his troops were bivouacked.

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