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    • Armonk

      Armonk

      Armonk is a hamlet in the town of North Castle in Westchester County. It was founded in 1660 and is home to Smith’s Tavern, a landmark of the Revolutionary War.…

    • Bedford Hills

      Bedford Hills

      Bedford Hills was originally part of Bedford Village, but the introduction of the railroad station in 1847 changed all of that. The area became known as Bedford Station and later…

    • Pound Ridge

      Pound Ridge

      Pound Ridge was originally settled in the 1640s and officially incorporated in 1788. It was the site of a dramatic raid during the Revolutionary War. By the 1930s the population…

    • Cross River

      Cross River

      Cross River is a hamlet in the town of Lewisboro. The town is comprised of Cross River, South Salem and Goldens Bridge. The hamlet derives its name due to its…

    • Chappaqua

      Chappaqua

      Chappaqua is a hamlet in the town of New Castle. It was created by a group of Quakers in the early 1730s. The town’s name is based upon an Algonquian…

    • Goldens Bridge

      Goldens Bridge

      As early as 1750 there were crossings across the Croton River in this area that were known by several names, “Coldens Bridge,” “Goldings Bridge” and “Goldens Bridge.” The bridges repeatedly…

    • North Salem

      North Salem

      North Salem is a one of the hamlets in the town of North Salem. The other hamlets are Purdys, Croton Falls and Salem Center. The area was originally part of…

    • Katonah

      Katonah

      Katonah is one of the three hamlets that comprise the town of Bedford. The town is named for the Native American chief who sold the land to a group of…

    • Somers

      Somers

      Somers was once occupied by a tribe of the Mohegans who called the land “fresh water fish.” The land was part of Van Cortlandt Manor and the settlement began after…

    • Waccabuc

      Waccabuc

      Waccabuc is believed to derive its name from the Wackabuck (which means “all water drained away”) River, it’s mouth is “Long Pond,” now known as Lake Waccabuc. This lake is…

    • Lewisboro

      Lewisboro

      Lewisboro is a town in Northern Westchester and is divided into three hamlets, South Salem, Cross River and Goldens Bridge. The town was created in 1747 and known as the…