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Fall 2017 Bulletin


Persons of Color Cemetery: Brought to Light | Unearthing the History of an African-American Cemetery in Kinderhook, NY.


Welcome to the
Village of Kinderhook

Welcome to Kinderhook, one of the most historically significant places in the Hudson Valley. The name Kinderhook appeared on Dutch maps as early as 1614 making it one of the oldest names in the state. In the early days, Kinderhook (Dutch meaning children’s corner) embraced all of Stuyvesant, parts of Chatham, Stockport, and Ghent. Kinderhook was chartered as a township in 1687. The first town records were kept in Dutch and the language was spoken here until the 1840’s. As Americans we tend to view our history through English eyes, however the Dutch were here first and their impact culturally, architecturally and agriculturally remains today. Click here for more information.

We welcome the following new businesses to our historic village.

Hands of Bleu Massage Therapy
12 Railroad Avenue

Great Lengths Unisex Hair Salon
2 Chatham Street

Fitzsimmons & Mills P.C.
44 Broad Street

Broad Street Bagel Co.
1 Broad Street

Claverack Cooperative Insurance Company
3 Hudson Street

16 Hudson Street

Eat. Sip. Smile.
3 Albany Avenue

N.P. Trent Antiques
4 Hudson Street

Maple Hill Creamery
5 Hudson Street

Simons Caterting
86 Broad Street

The Flammerie
7 Hudson Street

The School
25 Broad Street Street