Three Groups Get Funding

Will pay for tours, exhibits, mapping

The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area awarded National Park Service grants to three organizations in the Highlands.

Boscobel received $4,000 for landscape and landmarks tours of its grounds; the Putnam History Museum received $2,500 for an exhibition to mark the West Point Foundry’s bicentennial; and the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary War Route Association received $5,000 for research, mapping and to hold a symposium on the 1781 and 1782 river crossings of the armies commanded by the two generals.

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