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Two Columbia County buildings nominated for NYS, national register of historic places

Sep 13, 2022 1:02 pm

Sara Rizzo reports for News10 in Albany that the New York State Board for Historic Preservation has recommended adding two properties in Columbia County to the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The Muldor-Miller House and the Red Rock Schoolhouse in Columbia County were among 27 locations throughout the state recommended to be added to the state and national lists of historic places. The Muldor-Miller House is a Greek Revival farmhouse built around 1790 and is a rare surviving example of an early house in Claverack. The property has ties to the region’s Dutch colonial period, with slaves there. The Red Rock Schoolhouse was built around 1830 and taught children through 1943. The one-room schoolhouse was also built in an early 19th century Greek Revival style. Read more about this story at the News10 website.