The Street that built a City, McEntee's Chestnut Street | Delaware and Hudson Canal Museum | Literary & Books | Hudson Valley; Chronogram

Literary & Books

The Street that built a City, McEntee's Chestnut Street

When: Fri., Aug. 26, 7-9 p.m. 2016

Author Lowell Thing offers a talk and book signing of his new book. Chestnut Street was Built and developed by D&H Canal Engineer John McEntee, and was home to an elite class who built the third largest river port on the Hudson in Rondout, witch in turn harvested the raw materials to build NYC.

Price: $5 non-members

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