Some Colonial & Revolutionary Era Inns of Warwick
Francis Baird’s Tavern, built 1766
on the King’s Highway

George Washington and many troops and
officials stopped here
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Jacobus Post “Shingle House” at
Edenville (Union Corners Rd., no
longer standing), built 1734.
The road from Goshen through Florida
was another alternate route, and
Washington and troops also went this
way.  His official mail also went this way,
in order to avoid British patrols near
NYC. This house was also an inn.
Revolutionary War; Accomplishments of colonial inhabitants; economy