Onesquethaw Valley Historic District

Onesquethaw Valley Historic District
Onesquethaw Valley Historic District
Nearest city About 10 mi. SW of Albany off NY 43; principally at New Scotland, New York
Coordinates

42°33′20″N 73°54′15″W / 42.55556°N 73.90417°W / 42.55556; -73.90417Coordinates: 42°33′20″N 73°54′15″W / 42.55556°N 73.90417°W / 42.55556; -73.90417

Area 3,410 acres (1,380 ha)
Architectural style Greek Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 74001216[1]
Added to NRHP January 17, 1974

Onesquethaw Valley Historic District is a national historic district principally located at New Scotland in Albany County, New York. It includes 25 contributing buildings and three contributing archaeological sites. In encompasses farmsteads and sites in part of the valley of Onesquethaw Creek, a tributary of Coeymans Creek. Most notable are eight 18th-century stone houses. The archaeological sites are a grist mill site, sawmill site, and a prehistoric Indian site.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1]

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