David Levine

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Explore the History of Ice Yachting in the Hudson Valley

Nice ice, baby: Ice yachting took hold in the Hudson Valley more than 200 years ago.

A Look Into Abraham Lincoln’s Visits to the Hudson Valley

The former United States president made multiple visits to the Hudson Valley, and all of them were memorable.

How the Delaware & Hudson Canal Fueled the Hudson Valley

Before railroads and superhighways dominated the Hudson Valley, the D&H Canal helped to move cargo and goods.

Irish Immigrants Boast a Long History in the Hudson Valley

As some of the earliest settlers to touch down in the Hudson Valley, the Irish have had a major impact on our region.

The Bear Mountain Bridge Approaches Its Centennial in the Hudson Valley

A word from Hudson Valley Editor in Chief, Olivia J. Abel

Germantown Has a Long History in the Hudson Valley

Farmers from the Palatinate region of southwest Germany settled in the Hudson Valley more than 300 years ago.

Titan of the Railroads: The Story of E.H. Harriman

E.H. Harriman rode tall over the nation’s railroads (and the lower Hudson Valley). How much do you know about his history?

Do You Know the History Behind Iona Island in the Hudson Valley?

Native American fishing spot, Dutch homestead, failed vineyard, amusement park, Navy depot, nature preserve — Iona Island has seen it all.

How to Conquer Allergies When You Live in the Hudson Valley

Do allergies hit you hard in the Hudson Valley? Here's how to make the itchy, sneezy time of the year more manageable.

Jervis McEntee: The Hudson River School’s Forgotten Star

Jervis McEntee was a member of the Hudson River School's original class of painters, but his journals are true works of art.

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