History and a Hike

Rob Yasinsac and Thom Johnson (photo provided) 

Museum guides to tour Cornish Estate

The Putnam History Museum is on the move on Saturday, June 10, with a guided hike of the Cornish Estate, also known as the Northgate Ruins. Rob Yasinsac and Thom Johnson will lead the walk and discuss the property’s history.

Rob Yasinsac and Thom Johnson (photo provided)

Yasinsac is the co-author of Hudson Valley Ruins: Forgotten Landmarks of American Landscape and has photographed the estate for decades. Johnson co-authored Bannerman’s Castle and has led cleanups and other projects at the site.

Register by emailing rachel@putnamhistorymuseum.org or calling 845-265-4010. Participants will meet at 10 a.m. at the parking lot opposite Little Stony Point on Route 9D.

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