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At The Vanderbilt's Front Door
Hudson Valley

The Vanderbilt Mansion is a National Historic Site.  It is representative of a time after the Civil War when industry continued its growth in America.  The Vanderbilts built their own hydroelectric plant on a creek running through their property which allowed them to be the first home in Hyde Park, NY with electricity.  

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