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William Stoutenburgh Historic Homesite

William Stoutenburgh Historic Homesite

The Stoutenburgh-Teller Family Association is the proud owner of the oldest house in Hyde Park, New York. The house was built in the latter half of the 18th Century by William Stoutenburgh, son of Jacobus Stoutenburgh, the first settler of Hyde Park. The area was originally known as Stoutenburgh and Stoutenburgh Landing.


(Click here to view the Poughkeepsie Journal article about the house by Author/Lecturer Tony Musso.)



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Quilt Exhibit Among the Museum Collection

Quilt Exhibit Among the Museum Collection

This patch from Maria Stoutenburgh’s Friendship Quilt is just one of many exhibits you’ll find in the William Stoutenburgh Historic Homesite.