Just 60 miles from New York City awaits the town of Fishkill. Included as part of the 1685 Rombout Patent that purchased land from the Wappinger Indians, Fishkill Dutch for fish creek has been a quiet witness to several major events in US history. The town housed George Washington, nursed wounded soldiers during the War for Independence, and served as a major supply depot for the Continental Army. Fishkill has grown tremendously from an 18th-century colonial village to a factory and mill town in the 1800s to a modern, yet scenic community filled with outlets for art, music, and entertainment. Fishkill Revisited captures the people, such as Ech Crosby and James F. Brown, and places, including the Van Wyck Homestead and the Madame Brett Homestead, that have shaped this evolving and growing town.