Dutchess County, New York
Dutchess County is a located in mid-Hudson region of New York State. The population of the County at the most recent US Census estimate in 2007 was 292,706. The Supreme Court of Dutchess is in Poughkeepsie. Dutchess County has an area of 825 square miles. Dutchess is located about halfway between Albany and New York City.
1683, the Province of New York had twelve counties, and Dutchess was among those twelve. Dutchess County was named after Mary of Modena, the Duchess of York, who was the second wife of James II, the King of England. The early settlers in Dutchess County in the late 17th century were Dutch in origin and settled in the Poughkeepsie and Rhinebeck regions.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt lived in Hyde Park in the county; his family home overlooking the Hudson River is a national historic site open to the public. In the 1960's, G. Gordon Liddy, a Nixon administration official who later went to prison as part of the Watergate scandal, was an assistant district attorney in Dutchess County.
The Hudson Valley Renegades, a minor league baseball team affiliated with the Tampa Bay Rays, play their home games at Dutchess Stadium in Fishkill.
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