Putnam County New York

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Date: 1812 [unknown]
Location: Putnam County New Yorkmap
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Putnam County was split off from Dutchess County in 1812. It is named for Israel Putnam, who served in the American Army during the American Revolution.


Adjacent Counties


  • Carmel
  • Kent
  • Patterson
  • Philipstown
  • Putnam Valley
  • Southeast


  • Brewster
  • Cold Spring
  • Nelsonville

Census-designated Places

  • Brewster Heights
  • Brewster Hill
  • Carmel
  • Lake Carmel
  • Mahopac
  • Peach Lake (shared with Westchester County)
  • Putnam Lake


  • Farmers Mills
  • Garrison
  • Gayville
  • Lake Peekskill
  • Ludingtonville
  • Tompkins Corners

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