As Newburgh’s second oldest structure, this served as a home and also as a headquarters during the Revolutionary War

Belknap Stone House

Newburgh, Orange County

Built by Abel Belknap in the 1750's, this is Newburgh's second oldest structure after the Hasbrouck House.
Belknap was a Patriot who chaired the Committee of Safety during the war and allowed Major General, James Clinton, to use this house as his headquarters during the Continental Army's encampment in the Newburgh area from 1782-1783. Today, it serves as an office of law.

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Newburgh, NY 12550

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