ⓘ Piermont, New York
Piermont is a village incorporated in 1847 in Rockland County, New York, United States. Piermont is in the town of Orangetown, located north of the hamlet of Palisades, east of Sparkill, and south of Grand View-on-Hudson, on the west bank of the Hudson River. The population was 2.510 at the 2010 census. Woody Allen set The Purple Rose of Cairo, a fictional film within The Purple Rose of Cairo in Piermont.
Sat name, formerly known as Tappan landing, was given by Dr. Eleazar Lord, author, educator, deacon of the first Protestant Dutch Church and first President of the Erie railroad. It was obtained by combining the local natural object – Mountain Bear – and the most famous manmade objects in the village long pier of the Erie railroad.
- Piermont Railroad Station is a historic train station located at Piermont in Rockland County, New York It was built about 1873 by the Northern Railroad
- Piermont is the name of two places in the United States of America: Piermont New Hampshire Piermont New York Piedmont Piedmont United States
- known as Piermont Reformed Church and First Protestant Dutch Church of Piermont is a historic Reformed Church in America church located at Piermont Rockland
- House at 352 Piermont Avenue is a historic home located at Piermont Rockland County, New York It was built about 1780, and is a 2 1 2 - story, side - gabled
- 1826 August 5, 1884 was a U.S. Representative from New York Ferdon was born in Piermont New York on December 13, 1826. He was the son of William Ferdon
- New Jersey, the hamlets of Palisades and Sparkill, and finally the village of Piermont New York before emptying into the Hudson River at Piermont Marsh
- northeastern New Jersey. The line was constructed in 1859 by the Northern Railroad of New Jersey to connect the New York and Erie Rail Road s Piermont Branch
- Arthur Cunningham born Piermont New York on November 11, 1928, died Nyack, New York on March 31, 1997 was an American composer. Cunningham began writing
- between New York City and Boston. He died on July 24, 1853, in Piermont New York at age 42. He was buried at Rockland Cemetery in Sparkill, New York Rochford
- 1972 was an American football player. A native of Piermont New York he grew up in Leonia, New Jersey. He attended the Mt. Hermon School before enrolling
- County, New York It begins at the southern edge of South Nyack at the end of the Raymond G. Esposito Trail, spanning Grand View - on - Hudson and Piermont before
- 18 km northwest of Ferdon Avenue, the route briefly enters the village of Piermont where it remains locally maintained. Here, it indirectly connects to US 9W