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The houses that comprise
the collection on Huguenot Street ultimately stretch
across more than two centuries of habitation. Some
are still nearly in the condition when they were built.
Others, typified by the Deyo House, are radically
transformed by later generations.
The imposing Victorian
is the Deyo House, transformed from its original form
in 1894. The original stone structure is buried inside
of the new house creating a continuity of family traditions.
Sitting in the middle
of the intersection is a monument to the original
Patentees of New Paltz. It commemorates their industry,
endurance and foresight in creating the settlement
of New Paltz.
Directly behind the monument
is the Jean Hasbrouck House, official museum of the
Huguenot Historical Society. This house is open all
year to visitors and groups and is arranged in vignettes
showing life in the early settlement of New Paltz.
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