Orange County, NY

ORANGE COUNTY, situated in the southeast part of New York, with Hudson river on the east, and traversed by the Delaware and Hudson canal. Area, 760 square miles. Face of the country, diversified; soil, productive, and especially adapted to grazing. Seat of justice, Goshen and Newburgh. Pop. in 1810, 24,347; in 1820, 41,213; in 1830, 45,372; in 1840, 50,739; in 1850, 57,145. (Fanning's, 1853)
Place Unit Type
County
Containing Unit
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Blooming Grove, NY City or Town
Chester, NY City or Town
Cornwall, NY City or Town
Crawford, NY City or Town
Florida, NY City or Town
Goshen, NY City or Town
Highland Falls, NY City or Town
Middletown, NY City or Town
Minisink, NY City or Town
Monroe, NY City or Town
Newburgh, NY City or Town
Port Jervis, NY City or Town
United States Military Academy, West Point, NY Location or Site
Walden, NY City or Town
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