Hudson Valley CountiesThe Hudson Valley Counties
The Hudson Valley
Hudson Valley is the gorge of the Hudson River and its surrounding municipalities in New York State, generally from northwest Westchester County to the towns of Albany and Troy. A historical birthplace of Europe in the northeast of the United States and a strategical battlefield in collective battles, today it is made up of outskirts of the New York City area at its south end, which merge into countryside, which includes "Exurbs", further in the north.
The Hudson Valley could cover all areas along the Hudson River, which includes Bergen District, New Jersey. The Tappan-Zee bridge is often regarded as the area' s south border. Although Westchester is often regarded as part of the area, Westchester people living at the south end of the province (and especially those places nearer to Long Island Sound than the Hudson River) generally do not connect with the area.
Hudson Riviera, known as the Muh-he-kun-ne-tuk in Mahican, the Great Mohegan of the Iroquois, or as the Lenape Indians in Unami used to call it, Muhheakantuck (?kahnéhtati in Tuscarora), is a stream that flows through the east part of New York State and along its south end station borders the New York-New Jersey state.
The ship is called after Henry Hudson, an Englishman who sailed for the Dutch East India Company and researched it in 1609. Hudson River was initially called the Mauritius River, allegedly called by Hudson in honour of Prince Maurice of Nassau. Irvington, sometimes also known as Irvington-on-Hudson, is a prosperous suburb in the city of Greenburgh in Westchester County, New York, USA.
Situated on the Hudson River in New York City, 32km N of mid-town Manhattan, it is serviced by a Metro-North Hudson Line stop. Tarrytown is to the west of Irvington, Dobbs Ferry to the west and parts of Greenburgh, which are not incorporated to the west, which includes Eas Irvington.
Within its borders, Irvington encompasses the municipality of Ardsley-on-Hudson, which has its own postcode and metro north stop, but should not be mistaken for the neighbouring town of Ardsley, New York. Although the truths were brought into bondage in Swartekill, New York, they were released with their little girl in 1826.