Early Roads To and Through Pine Plains: Lessons from the 1802 Salisbury Turnpike Map | Pine Plains Community Room | Lectures & Talks | Hudson Valley; Chronogram

Lectures & Talks

Early Roads To and Through Pine Plains: Lessons from the 1802 Salisbury Turnpike Map

When: Sat., July 1, 3-4 p.m. 2017

Bill Jeffway will take us through the 1802 Salisbury Turnpike Map using detailed photographs of this newly-restored map published for the first time. The map is two few feet tall and six feet wide. The Turnpike was built to connect the mines at Salisbury to the Susquehanna River and helped create a “center” of Pine Plains. Bill Jeffway is Town of Milan Deputy Historian, Executive Director of the Dutchess. County Historical Society, Trustee of Historic Red Hook and founder of History Speaks, an effort to make local history more relevant, engaging, and appreciated.

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