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Venues in Ulster County, New York (213)

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Pine Haven B&B
(845) 744-2330
2781 New Prospect Rd
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Rodeway Inn Skytop
(845) 331-2900
239 Forest Hill Dr
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Super 8 Motel
(845) 338-3078
487 Washington Ave
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Indian Grill
(845) 334-8400
579 Broadway
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Skytop Steakhouse & Brewing Co.
(845) 340-4277
237 Forest Hill Dr
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Budget 19
(845) 331-1919
187 RT-28
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The Downtown Cafe
(845) 331-5904
1 W Strand St
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Friends of the Senate House
(845) 338-2786
296 Fair St
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Steel House Restaurant & Catering
(845) 338-7847
100 Rondout Lndg
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Historic Kingston Waterfront
(845) 331-4790
110 E Strand St
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Business Resource Center
(845) 339-1322
1 Development Ct
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Hudson Valley Youth Chorale
(845) 679-8530
30 Pine Grove Ave
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Savona's Trattoria & Pizza
(845) 339-6800
11 Broadway
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Kingston Public Library
(845) 331-0507
33 Franklin St
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Hudson Coffee Traders Inc
(845) 338-1300
288 Wall St
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Keegan Ales
(845) 331-2739
20 Saint James St
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Rita's Ice Custard Happiness
(845) 336-8465
1300 Ulster Ave
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Terra Nova Four Seasons
(845) 336-5708
1351 Ulster Ave
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AmeriBag, Inc.
(845) 339-1292
5 Ameribag Dr
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Hickory Bbq Smokehouse
(845) 338-2424
743 State Route 28
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One Mile Gallery
(845) 338-2035
475 Abeel St
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Kingston Library
(845) 331-0507
55 Franklin St
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El Coqui
(845) 340-1106
21 Broadway
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Pizza Mia
(845) 339-9700
553 Albany Ave
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Dunkin' Donuts
(845) 340-8505
571 Broadway
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Dunkin' Donuts
(516) 798-3602
801 Miron Ln
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Planet Wings
(845) 340-9464
490 Broadway
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Courtyard Kingston
(845) 382-2300
500 Frank Sottile Blvd
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Hudson River Maritime Museum
(845) 338-0071
50 Rondout Lndg
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The Coffee Beanery
(845) 336-8146
1094 Morton Blvd
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Auntie Anne's Pretzels
(845) 336-7999
601 Frank Sottile Blvd
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Blimpie Subs & Sandwiches
(845) 339-7871
380 Flatbush Ave
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Gloria Jean's Coffees
(914) 336-4883
1300 Ulster Ave
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Pretzel Time
(845) 336-2745
1300 Ulster Ave
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~Mr. Smoothie~ HVM Kingston, NY
(845) 382-1144
1300 Ulster Ave

History of Ulster County


The area of present day Ulster County was called Esopus by the first European settlers. In 1652 Thomas Chambers a freeholder from Rensselearwyck purchased land at Esopus and began trading there. In 1683, the Duke of York created twelve counties in his province. Ulster County was one of them. Its boundaries at that time included the present Sullivan County, and portions of the present Delaware, Orange, and Greene Counties.

In 1777, the capital of New York State (the first state capital of independent New York) was established at Kingston, though it was subsequently moved to Wawarsing when the British burned that city.

In 1797, portions of Otsego and Ulster Counties were split off to create Delaware County.

In 1798, the southernmost towns in Ulster County were moved into Orange County, to compensate Orange for breaking away the southernmost portion of that county in order to form Rockland County.

In 1800, portions of Albany and Ulster Counties were split off to create Greene County.

In 1809, Sullivan County was split off from Ulster County.

During the American Civil War volunteers were recruited from the more affluent families of the County to form the 139th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment.

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