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The Old Drovers Inn

When the new Boston Post Road opened in 1792 on a route that partly followed the Bronx River, it quickly became a popular road for

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The Old Snuff Mill

This month marks the reopening of the restored Old Snuff Mill (now called the Lillian and Amy Goldman Stone Mill) by the Bronx River in

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Jumpin’ Jupiter!

In its mid-1800s industrial heyday the Bronx River was host to a wide variety of industries. Among them were a number of gunpowder mills, whose

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The Mile Square

One of the more unusual, and today nearly forgotten, Bronx River communities is the old “Mile Square.” The Mile Square was exactly that – a

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