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The population of Hyde Park is approximately 1908 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 792 (2010).

Hyde Park is positioned 41.80 degrees north of the equator and 73.88 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Hyde Park elevation is 8 feet above sea level.
Hyde Park median income is $46,250.

The Hyde Park median home price is $121,296.

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Hyde Park location: north of Poughkeepsie in southeast New York State.

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Hyde Park history:

A history page for Hyde Park.

Hyde Park was originally settled by Jacobus Stoutenburg in 1742 and was known at that time by the family name. The town was officially named Hyde Park in 1812.

A page for the Vanderbilt-Roosevelt National Historic Sites in Hyde Park.
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Hyde Park attractions:

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and digital library.

Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site - Roosevelt Home at Hyde Park.
4097 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, NY 12538

Val-Kill - Home of Eleanor Roosevelt
P.O. Box 255
Hyde Park, NY 12538
Phone: 914-229-5302
Fax: 914-229-0742
Email: ERvalkill@aol.com

Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site.

Attractions in Hyde Park.


Franklin Delano Roosevelt, former President of the United States and his wife, Eleanor Roosevelt
Hyde Park is the home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States. The Roosevelt Estate is the only place in the nation where a President was born, grew to manhood and lies buried in the Rose Garden which is located on the grounds of the estate. In addition to FDR's home, there is the Presidential Library, and a museum containing artifacts, gifts and memorabilia of FDR, and his wife Eleanor, from their years in public life. Eleanor Roosevelt also had a separate home in Hyde Park known as Val-Kill. It, too, is a national historic site. For sites having to do with Roosevelt in Hyde Park, look at the above mentioned sites under attractions.

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