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John Rossi, a Rockland County, NY resident, is an artist and woodcraftsman. He began working on these buildings in 1997 and has done buildings and churches as far away as Virginia and Florida.  For a printed list of his work and prices, you can call him at:  845-268-7670 or email him at:  woodreplicas@gmail.com.

John Rossi, a Rockland County, NY resident, is an artist and woodcraftsman. He began working on these buildings in 1997 and has done buildings and churches as far away as Virginia and Florida. For a printed list of his work and prices, you can call him at: 845-268-7670 or email him at: woodreplicas@gmail.com.

Church of St. Ann, Nyack NY 1900

Church of St. Ann, Nyack NY 1900

Lafayette Theatre, Suffern NY  RP for you by http://michael-dragon-dchhondaofnanuet.socdlr2.us/

Lafayette Theatre, Suffern NY RP for you by http://michael-dragon-dchhondaofnanuet.socdlr2.us/

Rockland County NY Street Signs

Rockland County NY Street Signs

Image detail for -... Statement | Membership | Nyack History | School Board's Indian Ban

Image detail for -... Statement | Membership | Nyack History | School Board's Indian Ban

Upper Nyack Firehouse in Rockland County, New York.

Upper Nyack Firehouse in Rockland County, New York.

My Alma Mater.  Nyack High School in Nyack, NY.  It's no longer the local high school but still as beautiful as ever!!  Photo by Wendy McDonagh-Valentine.

My Alma Mater. Nyack High School in Nyack, NY. It's no longer the local high school but still as beautiful as ever!! Photo by Wendy McDonagh-Valentine.

The Freedom House - Piermont, New York.  Following one of the most famous duels in American history—the one that killed Alexander Hamilton in the summer of 1804—Thomas Jefferson's vice president hid out in this Dutch Colonial in a quiet village in Rockland County, NY, The Freedom House, as it is known, was built in 1749 by freed slaves.

Washington Slept Here

The Freedom House - Piermont, New York. Following one of the most famous duels in American history—the one that killed Alexander Hamilton in the summer of 1804—Thomas Jefferson's vice president hid out in this Dutch Colonial in a quiet village in Rockland County, NY, The Freedom House, as it is known, was built in 1749 by freed slaves.

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