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Harrison was established in 1696 by a patent granted by the British government to John Harrison and three others, who had a year earlier bargained with local Native Americans to purchase an area of land above Westchester Path (an old trail that led from Manhattan to Port Chester) and below Rye Lake.

In fact, the land below Westchester Path and along Long Island Sound had already been purchased and partly developed by the settlers of Rye, NY.

The area that became Harrison had also been sold in 1661 or 1662, and again in 1666, to Peter Disbrow, John Budd, and other investors or early residents of Rye.

Disbrow and Budd evidently lost their paperwork and the land was ultimately granted to Harrison and his co-investors in 1696.

Re-elected eight times, he served until 1983 when he resigned to become Commissioner of the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles.

Harrison's "Platinum Mile", a string of corporate office parks along I-287 in the Purchase section of Harrison, developed under Passidomo.

The resolution was for the Town became a hybrid "Town / Village," which it remains today. Passidomo (1921–2005) was first elected Mayor in 1965 by only 67 votes.

In 1867 Benjamin Holladay purchased the land that is now Manhattanville College in Purchase.

On the property is a Norman-style Roman Catholic chapel built for his wife.

There is also Reid Castle, once called the Ophir House, before being renamed for a later purchaser.

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The castle hosted the King and Queen of Siam in the early 1930s.Merritt's Hill in West Harrison was the site of the Battle of White Plains during the Revolutionary War.