Phone Numbers with the (914) 706- Prefix

Area code:914 area code
Usage:Wireless Numbers
Carrier:Cellco Partnership DBA Verizon Wireless - NY
Current time:6:25pm
All Cities Served:Kingston, NY
All Counties Served:Ulster County
All Zip Codes Served:12401

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Kingston, NY

Kingston is a city in Ulster County, New York, United States. It is 91 miles (146 km) north of New York City and 59 miles (90 km) south of Albany along the Hudson River. The population was 23,456 at the 2000 census. Kingston is the core city of the Kingston, New York Metropolitan Statistical Area and is part of the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area. The city of Kingston is on the eastern border of Ulster County, and is the county seat.

The city of Kingston was first called Esopus after a local Esopus tribe, then Wiltwyck. Settled in 1651, it was one of the three large settlements in New Netherland, the other two being Beverwyck, now Albany, and New Amsterdam, now New York City. In 1777, Kingston became the first capital of New York. This is due to the fact that during the summer of 1777, when the state constitution was written, Albany, the historic center of government of New York, was under threat of attack by Burgoyne and his army. The state's founding fathers believed Kingston would be a safer place. Ironically, the British never reached Albany, being stopped at Saratoga, but they did reach Kingston. Shortly after the Battle of Saratoga, the city was burned by British troops moving up the Hudson River from New York City, disembarking at the mouth of the Rondout Creek on the formation the Dutch had named Ponck Hockie.[dead link] Contrary to popular belief there wasn't a large conflict between the townsfolk and the British invaders. This is because the denizens of Kingston knew of the oncoming fleet. The city had been evacuated by the time the British arrived, and the settlers had moved to Hurley, New York, which the British did not attack.[citation needed]

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