Harrison, New York is a town 30 minutes outside of New York City that dates back to pre-colonial America. Sold to John Harrison in 1695, the town was called "Harrison's Purchase" and was then divided into the sections Harrison, NY and Purchase, NY. During the Revolutionary War, the Battle of White Plains occured on the hill bordering Lake Street in West Harrison. With the arrival of the railroad in 1848, Harrison's downtown section began to thrive. As Harrison grew more and more industrialized, the town attracted immgrants whose descendents make up Harrison's population today.
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