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Aside from being a manufacturing center, Yonkers also played a key role in the development of entertainment in the United States. In 1888, Scottish-born John Reid founded the first golf course in the United States, St. Andrew's Golf Club, in Yonkers. [10]

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Colonial Park - Take the Garden State Parkway North to exit 127 (Rt 440 South/ Rt 287 North). Follow signs for 440 South/ 287 North. You will be traveling on 287 North for approximately 12 miles. Take exit 12 (Weston Canal Rd ). Make a Left turn at the end of the ramp onto Canal Rd. and go miles. Turn left at Cottontail Lane. Travel ~  miles to the right turn at Schoolhouse Rd . Take Schoolhouse Rd for 0 .8 miles. Turn Left onto Mettlers Rd. In ~ miles. Look for Parking Lot 'F' on the right.

Albany is one of the oldest surviving European settlements from the original thirteen colonies and the longest continuously chartered city in the United States.

The traditional Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend kick-off to Massanutten 100 training, with two long training runs on portions of the MMT course. Day 2 is the Waterfall 50km race (Bur's Death March).

During and after the Revolutionary War, Albany County saw a great increase in real estate transactions. After Horatio Gates ' win over John Burgoyne at Saratoga in 1777, the upper Hudson Valley was generally at peace as the war raged on elsewhere. Prosperity was soon seen all over Upstate New York . Migrants from Vermont and Connecticut began flowing in, noting the advantages of living on the Hudson and trading at Albany, while being only a few days' sail from New York City. [48] Albany reported a population of 3,498 in the first national census in 1790, an increase of almost 700% since its chartering. [42] In 1797, the state capital of New York was moved permanently to Albany. From statehood to this date, the Legislature had frequently moved the state capital between Albany, Kingston , Hurley , Poughkeepsie , and the city of New York . [49] Albany is the tenth-oldest state capital in the United States, but only the second-oldest state capital that is a city, after Santa Fe, New Mexico . [50]

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