Jenkins-DuBois Farm

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Jenkins-DuBois Farm And Mill Site
Jenkins-DuBois Farm.jpg
Barns in 2007
Jenkins-DuBois Farm is located in New York
Jenkins-DuBois Farm
Location Gardiner, NY
Nearest city Poughkeepsie
Coordinates 41°41′54″N 74°06′45″W / 41.69833°N 74.11250°W / 41.69833; -74.11250Coordinates: 41°41′54″N 74°06′45″W / 41.69833°N 74.11250°W / 41.69833; -74.11250
Area 107.6 acres (43.5 ha)
Built 1793
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 01000581[1]
Added to NRHP May 30, 2001

The Jenkins-DuBois Farm and Mill Site is located along Jenkinstown Road in Gardiner, Ulster County, New York, USA. It was started by settler Lambert Jenkins in 1793 with a stone house and mills on land part of the original Huguenot Patent owned by Louis DuBois of nearby New Paltz. The Jenkins-DuBois descendants still live on the land today.[2]

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.[1]

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