Castles of New York
by Scott Ian Barry
Email: scottIanbarry@yahoo.com


Contents

Long Island
             Hempstead House
             Castle Gould
             Falaise


New York City
             Belvedere Castle (Central Park)
             The Cloisters (Manhattan)
             Fonthill Castle (College of Mount Saint Vincent, The Bronx)


Westchester County
            Iona Castle (New Rochelle)
            Leland College (New Rochelle)
            Reid Hall (Manhattanville College, Purchase)
            Whitby Castle (Rye)


Hudson Valley
             Bannerman Castle (Beacon/Cold Spring)
             Castle on the Hudson (Tarrytown)
             Cat Rock (Osborn Castle) (Garrison)
             Dolce Tarrytown House (Tarrytown)
             Emma Willard School (Troy)
             Frederick Ferris Thompson Memorial Library (Vassar College,
             Poughkeepsie)
             Lyndhurst (Tarrytown)
             Mount Saint Alphonsus (Highland)            
             New York State Capitol (Albany)
             Olana Castle (Hudson)
             Skytop at Mohonk Mountain House (New Paltz)
             State University Plaza (Albany)
             Ward Manor Gatehouse (Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson)
             Wings Castle (Millbrook)


Mohawk Valley
            Amsterdam Castle (Amsterdam)
            Beardslee Castle (St. Johnsville)
           

Adirondacks and North Country
             Boldt Castle (Heart Island, Alexandria Bay)
             New York State Military Museum (Saratoga Springs)
             Singer Castle (Dark Island, Chippewa Bay)      



Woodstock author's newest work pays tribute to castles (includes video)

Daily Freeman Article, September 30, 2010

By PAULA ANN MITCHELL
Freeman Staff

Scott Ian Barry really doesn’t belong in the 21st century. He is much better-suited for the Middle Ages, the dark and romantic days of kings and lords, castles and chivalry. He could have easily been the charming knight courting the lady or the iron-plated warrior in the swash-buckling battle. He might have lived in the courts of great kings and dukes, or he might have even been part of the aristocracy itself. (Read more)


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