Landmarks are the Touchstones of the Meandering Traveler
From homes that witnessed the birth of the American Revolution to quirky museum collections and vistas of natural splendor amid the Adirondack Mountains, New York is home to more than 270 National Historic Landmarks. Tour the Empire State and travel back in time to discover the unique stories of its history. Carefully curated by a local historian, Historic New York: A Tour of More Than 120 of the State’s Top National Landmarks is the essential guide to the most memorable historic sites in the state. Whether you are a history enthusiast, a local visitor, or a tourist, there is something for everyone in this guide to New York’s past.
Karen McLaughlin Cuccinello is the deputy director of Region 7 Association of Public Historians NYS. She has authored numerous books and articles on Schoharie and Northern Delaware County history, and is the Town of Summit and Village of Stamford Historian. She grew up in Westchester County, and moved to Summit, NY in 1978, where she still resides.