Kingston's Crossroads of History

The Senate House State Historic Site in Kingston, NY is an historic treasure dating back to 
before the Revolutionary War period. Built in 1676, the house became a key location in 
New York State’s history as it became the seat of New York’s new government. 

These videos offer a step-back-in-time as History Speaks to us with a view of colonial American life 
as America forged a new nation.

The DAR House, c.1695, is the subject of this Kingston's Crossroads of History series presentation, 
by historian Nancy Chando, Wiltwyck Chapter DAR member. 

The DAR House is #75001231 on the Stockade Historic District National Register.  



The Senate House State Historic Site presents its annual "History Camp" August 1-3. Children learn about Colonial life in the Stockade District. Space is very limited, so call today to reserve a spot! 845-338-2786 ... See MoreSee Less

The Senate House State Historic Site presents its annual History Camp August 1-3.  Children learn about Colonial life in the Stockade District.  Space is very limited, so call today to reserve a spot! 845-338-2786
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