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In the late 1930s Hughsonville had a population of nearly 700 people. It was settled as early as 1800. In the 1930s it was mention that "small white houses line both sides of the main street. An old two story frame building with long porches across the front was once an inn." [1]

  1. Workers of the Dutchess County Unit, Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration, Dutchess County, American Guide Series, William Penn Association, 1937, Philadelphia.

Hughsonville Map

Street Names
Dean Place • Marlorville Road • New Hamburg Road • Old Hopewell Road • Route 9D

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