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In 1898 The Huguenot Association of New Rochelle and The Westchester County Historical Society established this monument to commemorate the coming of the Huguenots.  The opposite side of the monument was updated in 1938 with the historic Huguenot family names identified with New Rochelle prior to 1750.

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