By Fritz G. Meier

the city of Crawford used to be in the beginning settled through German, Dutch, Irish, and Scottish households who outfitted generators alongside the Hudson River tributaries. by way of the early 1800s, the world was once often called "the Butter Capital of the World." Nestled alongside the bottom of the Shawangunk Mountains, town of Crawford has transitioned from a rural farming neighborhood to a residential oasis. alongside the way in which, farmlands became housing advancements, neighborhood has given technique to chain shops, and grime roads became paved highways. a set of pictures from as early because the 1860s depicts the transformation of the groups of Searsville, Bullville, Thompson Ridge, and Pine Bush. even supposing the environment have replaced, the hearts of zone citizens have remained unswerving to the small-town beliefs that outline the city of Crawford.

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