National Register of Historic Places listings in Sullivan County, New York
List of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Sullivan County, New York
This is intended to be a complete list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Sullivan County, New York. The locations of National Register properties and districts showing latitude and longitude coordinates may be seen in a map by clicking on "Map of all coordinates". The Delaware and Hudson Canal, which runs through this and other counties, is further designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark.
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|||Name on the Register||Image||Date listed||Location||City or town||Description|
|1||Anshei Glen Wild Synagogue||
|Glen Wild Road
||Glen Wild||1923 synagogue built and still owned by local family. Has never had its own rabbi.|
|2||Agudas Achim Synagogue||
||Livingston Manor||1924 synagogue built at unusual angle, shows influence of local churches with lancet arch windows|
|4||B'nai Israel Synagogue||
|5||Beaverkill Covered Bridge||
|CR 30 over Beaverkill Cr.
||Beaverkill||1865 covered bridge was one of earliest crossings of river in remote, unsettled area of Catskills. Some uncertainty as to who actually built it. Unusual variant on Ithiel Town-patented design.|
|6||Bennett Family House||
|11 Hamilton Ave.
|7||Bikur Cholim B'nai Israel Synagogue||
|Old White Lake Turnpike at NY 55
|8||Bloomingburg Reformed Protestant Dutch Church||
||Bloomingburg||1821 church is local landmark and one of the oldest churches in the county. Currently being prepared for use as a historical museum.|
|9||C. Burton Hotel||
|450 Main St.
||Grahamsville||1851 hotel is possibly the only surviving Greek Revival building in county with columns and a ballroom.|
|10||Ellery Calkins House||
|Co. Rd. 114, E of Delaware R. Bridge
|11||Callicoon Downtown Historic District||
|Main Sts, Highview & Mitchell Aves., River & Hospital Rds., Bridge St., and NY 97
|Callicoon||Core of riverside community that grew up around 1848 railroad station|
|12||Callicoon Methodist Church and Parsonage||
|Church St. (NY 97) S of jct. with Seminary Rd., Town of Delaware
|13||Callicoon National Bank||
|133 Main St.
|15||Chevro Ahavath Zion Synagogue||
|Cold Spring Rd.
|16||Cochecton Center Methodist Episcopal Church||
|17||Cochecton Presbyterian Church||
|Co. Rd. 114, E of Delaware R. Bridge
|18||Cochecton Railroad Station||
|19||Delaware and Hudson Canal||
|Delaware and Hudson Canal
|Between Minisink Ford, NY and Lackawaxen, PA
||Minisink Ford||Oldest wire suspension bridge in the U.S.; design precedent for Brooklyn Bridge; extends into Pike County, Pennsylvania|
|Co. Rd. 114, E of NY 97
|Berry Brook Rd.
||Roscoe||(be sure to link in article to Dundas Castle in Edinburgh, Scotland)|
|Upper Ferndale Rd. and Ferndale Loomis Rd.
|24||First Methodist Episcopal Church of Parksville||
|10 Short Ave.
|25||Forestburgh Town Hall||
|305 County Road 48
||Forestburgh vicinity||New listing; refnum 11000278|
|26||German Presbyterian Church and Hortonville Cemetery||
|CR 121 and CR 131
|27||Glen Wild Methodist Church||
|Old Glen Wild Rd.
|28||Grahamsville Historic District||
||Grahamsville||Intact core of 19th-century Grahamsville, east of present hamlet's downtown, with buildings mostly intact|
|29||Greenfield Preparative Meeting House||
|NY 55 at Denman Mountain Road
||Grahamsville||New listing; refnum 10000956|
|30||Hankins District No. One Schoolhouse||
|Sullivan Cty Rd. 132
|31||Hankins Stone Arch Bridge||
|Sullivean Cty. Rd. 94, E.
|50 Hamilton St.
|33||Hebrew Congregation of Mountaindale Synagogue||
||Mountaindale||1917 synagogue is only one in county with its own mikvah|
|Main St. (Co. Rd. 122)
|36||Jewish Center of Lake Huntington||
|13 County Road 116
||Lake Huntington||New listing; refnum 09001087|
|37||Jewish Community Center of White Sulphur Springs||
||White Sulphur Springs|
|39||Levitz Family Farm||
|395 Beaver Dam Rd.
|40||Liberty Downtown Historic District||
|Main, Chestnut, Academy, School, Church, Maple, John, Edgar Sts., and Darbee Ln.
|41||Liberty Village Historic District||
|N. Main, Academy, and Law Sts.
|42||Loch Sheldrake Synagogue||
|NY 52, N of jct. of NY 52 and Loch Sheldrake Rd.
|43||Mamakating Park Historic District||
|Roughly along Park Rd, Columbian Rd., and Mamakating Ave.
||Wurtsboro||1890s Catskill ridgetop resort community, never fully realized|
|44||Manion's General Store||
|52 Ferndale Rd.
|45||Anthony Manny House||
|6 Hankins Rd.
|59 First St.
||Wurtsboro||1820s house of early farmer who took advantage of D&H Canal route through his land. Farmed until mid-20th century.|
|47||Milanville-Skinners Falls Bridge||
|Legislative Route 63027 over the Delaware River at Milanville
||Skinners Falls||Extends into Damascus Township in Wayne County, Pennsylvania|
|Minisink Battleground Road (Co. Rd. 168) N of Minisink Ford
||Minisink Ford||Location of the Battle of Minisink during the American Revolution|
|Lake St. (NY 55)
|50||Narrowsburg Methodist Church||
|51||Ohave Shalom Synagogue||
|Mauric Rose St.
||Woodridge||1930 synagogue combines urban and Eastern European design traditions. Interior paintings are unique in county|
|52||Old Cochecton Cemetery||
|W of NY 97, N of jct. with Co. Rd. 114
|59 C. Meyer Rd.
|54||Parsonage Road Historic District||
|55||Pond Eddy Bridge||
|LR 51013 over the Delaware River
||Lumberland||Extends into Pike County, Pennsylvania|
|Co. Rd. 114, W of jct. with NY 97
|NY 97 SE of jct. with Church St.
|Jct. of NY 42 and Laurel Ave.
||South Fallsburg||1923 theater, renovated in Art Deco style in 1937. Preserved nearly intact and still used by local theater group|
|60||Rockland Mill Complex||
|61||Roscoe Presbyterian Church and Westfield Flats Cemetery||
|Old NY 17
|62||St. James Church and Rectory||
|NY 17B N side, E of jct. with NY 97, Town of Delaware
|63||St. John's Episcopal Church and Rectory||
|15 St. John's St.
|64||St. Joseph's Seminary||
|Seminary Rd. W side
|65||St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church||
|24 Chestnut St.
|Upper Ferndale Rd.
|67||Silver Lake Dam||
|Silver Lake Rd.
||Woodridge||1840s dam built to regulate Sandburg Creek for summit section of D&H Canal created Silver Lake, later recreational resource.|
|68||South Fallsburg Hebrew Association Synagogue||
||South Fallsburg||Originally built in 1902, is one of oldest synagogues in county. Has full sukkah in basement.|
|54 River Rd.
||Barryville||New listing; refnum 09000970|
|70||Stone Arch Bridge||
|N of Kenoza Lake on NY 52
|71||Tefereth Israel Anshei Parksville Synagogue||
|Dead End St.
|72||Ten Mile River Baptist Church||
|NY 97, jct. with Cochecton Trnpk.
|73||Town and Country Building||
|1 N Main St.
|74||Tusten Stone Arch Bridge||
|Tusten Rd. at Ten Mile River
|Jct. of Co. Rd. 114 and NY 97
|76||Woodbourne Reformed Church Complex||
|77||Woodstock Music Festival Site||
|Generally West Shore, Best, and Perry roads
||Bethel||Farmland used for 1969 Woodstock music festival, a touchstone event of late 1960s counterculture|
- The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
- "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on March 17, 2017.
- Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
- The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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