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When a vessel was launched, it slid down the rails of the "well-worn ways." The rails in the pathway on either side of you were once part of the "ways" and were uncovered in 2007 while building Harborfront Park. From 1836 to 1917, over 140 ships w…
Historic Home Site c 1654 - 1659 of Capt. John Underhill The renowned military leader and Indian fighter in New England, New Netherlands and on Long Island, lived on this Feather Hill site. The Later Site of Historic Peck's Inn …
This vessel possesses national significance in commemorating the History of the United States of America Designed by Naval Architect William Francis Gibbs and built by the United Shipyards of Staten Island in 1938, Fire Fighter served …
To commemorate a skirmish on August 24, 1777 this tablet is placed by Mayflower Chapter Daughters of the Revolution August 24, 1927 ————————————— Among the pa…
The Bayles Chandlery on the Bayles Shipyard provided provisions and supplies for coastal schooners and merchant vessels during the era of wooden ships. Its large upstairs room served as the informal community center in early Port Jefferson. Th…
The Admiralty anchor in the turnaround behind you is symbolic of the Port Jefferson Village Center, which is the anchor of our community. The iron anchor was found by the / RV (Research Vessel) Seawolf while trawling in an area south of the entran…
East Hampton townsmen under care of a shepherd herded earmarked sheep in this common pasturage
Built in 1835 under its first resident pastor, Rev. Samuel King, on land donated by Thomas Vincent Young. Earlier pioneers of Orient Methodism met together regularly for classes conducted by itinerant circuit riders as early as 1802.
1870 Church & cemetery opened from land donated by G.K. Hubbs. Remodeled in 1939. Closed 1966. Now CI Historical Society Site.
Originally the Inn of Lt. Constant Booth built circa 1740 on Sterling Creek in the Village of Sterling (Greenport). Moved about 1810 to North Road and became home of Orange Webb. Later acquired by George R. Latham and again moved in 1955 to Orie…
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