The Film | The Town | The People
Two Square Miles
Get the latest news, reviews and screening information on TWO SQUARE MILES at the filmmakers’ site.
City of Hudson
The official town site includes links, event listings, news, council minutes, information on city leaders and a short history.
Friends of Hudson
Founded in 1999, Friends of Hudson “combines the best attributes of grassroots groups and more established organizations by educating and informing the general public while also working closely with other local, regional, and national groups which support balanced growth in the mid-Hudson Valley.” Learn more about the organization’s projects and relevant issues at their Web site.
Welcome to Scenic Hudson
Scenic Hudson is an environmental organization and land trust working to protect, preserve and restore the Hudson River and its riverfront as a public and natural resource. Learn about their work regarding the SLC cement plant opposition and much more.
Explore Hudson’s historical and architectural features at the Web home for Historic Hudson, “a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1996 to promote the preservation of the unique architectural heritage of the City of Hudson, New York.” Read a history of the town, view current and historical maps, learn about the different architectural styles in Hudson and “visit” renowned buildings.
NYTimes.com: Architectural Gems in an Antique Setting
This article from The New York Times discusses the architecture and desirable home prices that are luring many people to Hudson. (Free registration required.)
Hudson River Vallery’s Informational Resource
Read more about the historic river towns of the Hudson Valley and take a virtual history tour.
Historic Hudson, An Architectural Portrait
By Byrne Fone
(Black Dome Press, 2005)
Learn more about the history of Hudson through its architectural legacy.
The Hudson: A History
By Tom Lewis
(Yale University Press, 2005)
Historian Tom Lewis offers a history of the Hudson River region.
Diamond Street, The Story of the Little Town with the Big Red Light District
By Bruce Edward Hall
(Black Dome Press, 1994)
This social history chronicles the history of prostitution in Hudson and the various political and social conditions that made the town’s red-light history possible.
Hudson's Merchants and Whalers, the Rise and Fall of a River Port
By Margaret Schram
(Black Dome Press, 2004)
Read about the the boom years of Hudson’s economy, when it was a bustling and wealthy port.
Grist.org: Interactivist: Pratt's Creatures
Read a Q&A with community organizer Sam Pratt at this environmental news and commentary site.
Time and Space Limited
As seen in TWO SQUARE MILES, this Hudson arts organization offers film screenings, performances and exhibitions to the public and is co-directed by Linda Mussmann and Claudia Bruce.
The Inn at Hudson
Featured in the film, the Inn at Hudson is a bed and breakfast run by Windle Davis and Dini Lamot.
(This page modified 11/6/06)