Mount Vernon, New York is a surburb in Westchester County that was incorporated in the 1850s. The town was founded by the Stevens family, who recognized the appeal of the town for its closeness to the Harlem Railroad line. John Stevens wanted to create a utopian community of peace, harmony with nature and a stress on education. The town was given the name "Mount Vernon" after the home of George Washington, which was in the area.
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