Water Mill Celebrating Community the History of a Long Island Hamlet, 1644-1994
(Americana - New York State - Long Island - Water Mill - History)

Mattituck New York: Peconic Company, 1996. F 109 pages; useful index at back; the first edition, limited to 1500 copies. With many black and white illustrations of historical buildings, locations & significant events which took place in this Southampton Long Island N.Y. hamlet. History including that of original native inhabitants, colonial and revolutionary America, the 20th century, hurricanes, businesses - Corwith windmill, ice harvesting, Long Island railroad, Western Union Laboratory, community organizations including the Water Mill Rod and Gun Club, Friends of Lake Nowedonah, burying places and more. With architectural reviews of various building styles & place names. Edited by Marlene E. Haresign and Marsha Kranes. Oblong format, approx. 8 3/4" x 10 1/2" size; illustrated softcover binding. Light wear, volume in very good condition and interesting Southampton east end Long Island history and genealogical, community material. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 26122)


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