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1743 Palatine House, Schoharie, NY

1743 Palatine House

1743 Palatine House

Formerly known as the Old Lutheran Parsonage, the 1743 Palatine House is the oldest building in Schoharie County. It was built as a home and church for Dominie Peter Nicholas Sommers by settlers from Germany. The first services were held there September 12, 1743. It has been restored as a "living museum" by the Schoharie Colonial Heritage Association and is open for guided tours and activities from May through October. This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.

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1743 Palatine House Museum

 

 
 
 

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