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Such sites include Smith's Tavern; Miller House (Washington's headquarters); Quaker Meeting House; East Middle Patent School; Brundage Blacksmith Shop; and The Widow Brush House.The afghan is available in attractive colonial blue and antique white, or an enticing cranberry red and antique white [the photo features the colonial blue and antique white].
Please send your reservation donation ($75 per person) to Partner in Preservation: The North Castle Historical Society, 440 Bedford Road, Armonk, NY 10504.It also hosts the Colonial Crafts Days for the North Castle School Districts of Byram Hills and Valhalla. Nersess Is Dedicated to North Castle Historical Society August 21, 2013 The discovery of an Indian grinding stone was made on the 5.5 acres of the St. The large stone is hollowed out into an interior oval shape that was perhaps used more recently as a watering trough.One of the contractors discovered it under a tree in an overgrown area near the old barn, said Architect Robert Stanziale.Each afghan is $50 and supports the non-profit organization.To purchase an afghan, call Connie Quarrie at (914) 273-8095 or email her at cmquarrie @“The artifact is used primarily for grinding and processing seeds and grain.”Several other stones have been uncovered in Armonk over the years from the legendary Indian corn fields of Green Valley from nearby Creemer Road, according to the North Castle Historical Society.
Last week, the Reverend Mardiros Chevian said, "It was a wonderful find and we are pleased to present the grinding stone to the North Castle Historical Society for others to enjoy and to take this first step to be part of the community."Member Sharon Tomback accepted the stone for the North Castle Historical Society.
Before then, the NCHS recognized several dedicated members: North Castle Town Historian Doris Finch Watson, North Castle’s historic researcher Barbara Massi, the late North Castle Town Historian Richard Lander, and the late Town Councilwoman Rebecca Kittredge.
In a unanimous vote, Armonk residents Sheila Smith-Drapeau and Neil Baumann were confirmed as new board members by President Ree Schultz, with the current officers maintaining their positions for another year.
Copies of the 47,000-word report were presented to Westchester County, The North Castle Historical Society, and to Ms. The authors plan to present copies to both North Castle libraries and are investigating self-publishing the document.
Following the Civic Wall report, Barbara Massi showed a newly enhanced video of the building of the Kensico Dam which is the last stop on the journey of New York City water system before going into tunnels carrying water into the City.
Next, George Pouder and Nick Cerullo collaborated on a presentation about North Castle’s response to President Abraham Lincoln’s call for draftees during the American Civil War.