Stony Point

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Ston·y Point

An unincorporated community of southeast New York on the Hudson River north of New City. Its blockhouse, captured by British troops in May 1779, was retaken in July by Gen. Anthony Wayne's forces.
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and his wife Teri of Montgomery, NY, Colonel Michael Donovan and his wife Anne of Montclair, VA and Karen Donovan-Bean and her husband Steve of Shrewsbury; four siblings, Joseph Donovan of Goshen, NY, Marilee Dardenne of Mahwah, NJ, John Donovan of Charlotte, NC, Suzanne Donovan of Stony Point, NY; eight grandchildren, Sean and Christopher Donovan of Montgomery, NY; Andrew, Timothy and John Donovan of Montclair, VA; and Katie, Ryan and Erin Bean of Shrewsbury; and several nieces and nephews.
Chief Tom Bressette of the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation in Ontario, and Harold Calla, band councillor with British Columbia's Squamish Nation, met with Aboriginal media on March 28 to sell Bill C-19, the proposed First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management act.
Stony Point Battlefield, Stony Point (914-786-2521) Muskets, military drills, camplife demonstrations, tours, river views and the oldest lighthouse on the Hudson.
Principal battles: Trois-Rivieres (1776); Brandywine, Paoli, Germantown (all three Pennsylvania) (1777); Monmouth (near Freehold, New Jersey) (1778); Stony Point (New York) (1779); Bull's Ferry (near Hoboken, New Jersey) (1780); Green Spring (near Jamestown Island), Yorktown (1781); Fallen Timbers (near Maumee, Ohio) (1794).
In the summer of 2006, while working on Biidaasigekwe (Sunlight Woman), a play in the Anishnaabe language, Josh met Jessica Wilde, a young performer from Kettle and Stony Point First Nation near Sarnia, Ontario.
(O&R) to undertake a $6.6 million electric service improvement project on the electric system transmission lines that span the Hudson River between Stony Point in Rockland County and Buchanan in Westchester County.
Divisions between the residents of the camp and their relatives who live on the nearby Kettle and Stony Point reserve are bitter.
Augustine (Florida), Savannah (1778); Stony Point (New York) (1779).
THE CANADIAN PRESS REPORTS THAT A FOUR-YEAR PROGRAM at Walpole Island and Kettle and Stony Point First Nations' elementary schools has dramatically raised literacy rates.
One such area where a new supermarket is rising is Stony Point, N.Y., where Crossroads is developing a 92,000 s/f shopping center.