The Hudson River Valley Hearth

March 2004
American Houses: A Field Guild to the Architecture of the Home;2004, p37
The article presents information on Dutch housing architecture along Hudson River, New York. The authentic Dutch residential architecture can be seen along the Hudson and its tributaries in New York and northern New Jersey and in eastern Long Island. Old engravings as well as photographs of more recently lost buildings in New York and Albany show houses similar to those in 17th-century Amsterdam.


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