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Unadilla, New York - "The Village Beautiful" … Indian meaning, "The Meeting Place". It is historically known for its 19th century architecture and its arched - tree - lined Main St. Small settlements existed prior to the revolutionary war, The town was incorporated in 1792 and village 1801. Located on the Catskill turnpike, linking the Hudson and Susquehanna river valley. The arrival of the RR in 1869 brought continued prosperity. The home of the Troop 1 boy Scouts of America, the oldest continuous charter in America. It was placed on the national register of historic places in 1992.