French Huguenots founded the town of New Paltz in New York state in 1677. Their first houses were made of logs, but by the beginning of the 1700s, they were building more permanent stone houses. Several of those buildings survive today on Huguenot Street, a National Historic Landmark.

 

2 thoughts on “Huguenot Street Stone Houses in New Paltz, New York”
    1. Hi! We are new here on Lamoka, and love it! Just an FYI, one of the houses on Huguenot street is the Deyo House – it’s our last name! It’s a nice place to visit!

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