Carpenter's Point, New York

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Carpenter's Point is a historical hamlet in the town of Deer Park, Orange County, New York, first settled about 1690.[1][2] It is located at the mouth of the Neversink River at its juncture with the Delaware River, near the point where the state lines of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania meet.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b J. H. French: Gazetteer of the State of New York: embracing a comprehensive view of the geography, geology, and general history of the State, and a complete history and description of every county, city, town, village, and locality, R. Pearsall Smith, Syracuse, N.Y., 1860, p 506, https://archive.org/stream/gazetteerofstate04fren#page/n11/mode/2up.
  2. ^ E. M. Ruttenber and L. H. Clark, compilers: History of Orange County, New York, Everts & Peck, Philadelphia, Pa., 1881, p. 713, https://archive.org/stream/cu31924028832693#page/712/mode/2up, accessed 9 Dec 2013.

Coordinates: 41°21.5′N 74°42′W / 41.3583°N 74.700°W / 41.3583; -74.700