Long Island: A History of Two Great Counties Nassau and Suffolk 3 Volumes
Bailey, Paul (editor)

New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1949. F Complete in 3 volumes: 556 + 472 + 409 pages; useful index; black and white illustrations; chapter material on geology, archaeology, early settlement, English Governors, wars with England, Indians of Long Island, Southampton, Brookhaven, Smithtown, Huntington, Babylon, Queens County, Hempstead Town, North Hempstead, Oyster Bay, Glen Cove, Whaling, Shellfisheries, Agriculture, church histories, Quakers, flora, mammals, bird life, Nassau County history, education, Long Island State Parks, Tribunals, banking, medicine, fisheries, poets, painters, Long Island Railroad, windmills, aviation on Long Island, duck industry, more; third volume is a biographical book of subscribers and other personalities significant to the history and development of these counties of Long Island, of use for genealogical, business and social research; previous owner presentation on the half-title page of Vol. I; volumes approx. 8 1/4" x 9 3/4" size; a large, heavy set, shipping at 17 pounds; original brick-red cloth, gilt spine titles; light wear to bindings, a nice clean group in very good condition; one of the cornerstones of Long Island historical reference. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 24392)


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