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This historic stone house in Kingston, New York was the home Colonel Abraham Hasbrouck. Lieutenant Colonel Hasbrouck served with the northern militia of Ulster County and lived here in this double stone house with Dutch door stoops from 1735 to 1776, when the house was badly burned by a fire. The house would again be set ablaze during the Burning of Kingston the following year.

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