Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Middle & Late Woodland and Iroquoian dating back to 1000.
Several famous people are associated with these Sullivan County historic places including Salmon Portland Chase, John Williams Gunnison and David Dexter.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Sullivan County places including James F. Tasker, Bela J. Fletcher, James Tasker, Charles A. Platt, Boston & Maine Railroad, Elijah Frink, James Bingham, Lamb & Rich, Edward Dow and Hira Beckwith. Prominent architectural styles found in Sullivan Country are Federal, Greek Revival and Colonial.
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