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Local history has it that during the War of 1812, Samuel Wilson, a butcher and meatpacker from Troy, supplied meat to troops in barrels marked “US” for United States. What iconic American figure was inspired by him?
Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel Clemens
Uncle Sam
Sam Adams
Three US presidents visited the gone-but-not-forgotten Catskill Mountain House in Haines Falls, Greene County. Who were they?
Ulysses S. Grant, Chester Arthur, and Theodore Roosevelt
George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson
Martin Van Buren, Andrew Jackson, and Ulysses S. Grant
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, and Woodrow Wilson
George Washington spent more time at his headquarters located in this Hudson River locale than any other place in the Revolutionary War.
Beacon
Newburgh
Cold Spring
Cornwall-On-Hudson
The city of Hudson wasn’t always an antiquers’ heaven. Long before the Mid-Century Modern and Louis XVI chairs hit the shops, it enjoyed a heyday as what?
A trading post
A Civil War base
A whaling port
An artsist hub
The largest Buddha statue in the Western hemisphere is located in what Hudson Valley town?
Kent
Pine Bush
Mt. Tremper
Phoenicia
Which famous 1988 movie filmed some scenes at Rye Playland?
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Big
Hairspray
Die Hard
At 199 square miles, this Hudson Valley county is the smallest county by area in New York State outside of New York City.
Columbia County
Westchester County
Putnam County
Rockland County
What Ulster County city was New York State’s first capital?
Woodstock
New Paltz
Goshen
Kingston
This city had its beginnings as a Dutch fur trading post more than 400 years ago and is the oldest continuing settlement in the nation.
Albany
Hudson
Suffern
Poughkeepsie
This Dutchess County college boasts alumni such as Meryl Streep, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Bard College
Vassar College
Marist College
SUNY New Paltz
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