C:\Users\ALAN\Documents\Town of Newbugh Historian\2022-03-18 Newspaper Article No. 144 - The Beau Rivage - Photo 2.jpg
Buildings
Alan Crawford

The Beau Rivage

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Spread the loveOne of my all-time favorite restaurants in our Town was the Beau Rivage. Though it’s long gone, it’s not forgotten. I had many a good meal there. While

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Arts
Alan Crawford

The Life of George Inness

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Spread the loveLast week, I gave you a short story about the Gillies family. I mentioned Jacob Gillies had purchased his farm from the Inness family, so let’s take a

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The People
Alan Crawford

Dressing in Style for Easter

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Spread the loveDuring winter’s dismal days of dreary weather, I devoted some time to cleaning up and digitizing a few photos my Grandmother, Mary Emma Harris – Crawford – Johnson,

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C:\Users\ALAN\Documents\Town of Newbugh Historian\2022-04-22 Newspaper Article No. 149 - The Little Church at Rossville - Photo 04.jpg
Buildings
Alan Crawford

The Little Church at Rossville

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Spread the loveFor the past few decades, alone and sadly neglected, the Rossville Church and Cemeteries silently stood, a reflection of the soul and spirit of the people of our

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Buildings
Alan Crawford

Remembering the Elm Brook Inn

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Spread the loveI was blessed this week when I received some vintage photos of a fine establishment and restaurant that graced our Town for decades. Perhaps a few of you,

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Cemeteries
Alan Crawford

The John Robinson Cemetery: By Alan Crawford

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Spread the loveI love exploring, looking for details of those long gone, and locating remnants of a previous life. So, when Glenn and I were exchanging information on old cemeteries

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