Quassaick Chapter

National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

Newburgh, New York

 

 

During the severe winter of 1708-09, a party of pilgrims sailed up Hudson's River and landed at what is called Quassaick Creek which is a short distance from Newburgh, New York. This settlement took the name of "the Palatine Parish of Quassaick." The chapter was founded on Sept 4, 1893, and was named for this settlement. It was also the name of a tribe of Indians who inhabited this region.

Quassaick Chapter, has 44 members and meets at varying times. For meeting times and membership information, please contact Carol McQuinn, Chapter Regent.





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