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Book 2

1. Battle Of 1780 At Mastic

1A. Mastic, Scene Of 1780 Battle

2. Patchogue Post Office

3. Whaling Once Popular In Town

4. Richard Woodhull, Early Pioneer

5. The Forests Of Brookhaven Town In The Early Days

6. South Haven Focal Point In Early Days

8. The Opening Of The Long Island Rail

9. Ridge School Organized 1813

10. Cordwood Industry Once Flourished Here

12. Manor Of St. George Rich In Town History

13. Middle Island’s Country Store

14. Nehemiah Hand, Of Setauket, Master Ship-builder>

15. Trip Through Long Island. In 1744

16. Mrs. Jerusha Bubb Active At 96

18. An Average Day At The Patchogue L.i.r.r. Station

19. Yaphank In The Early Days

20. Blizzard, Of 1888 Brings Back Memories

21. Suffolk American Revolution Martyr

22. Manorville Presbyterian Church

22A. Manorville: - Why It’s ‘punkshole’

23. In The Days Of The Old One-room Schoolhouse

24. Elias Pelletreau, Silversmith

25. Development Of Newspapers In Suffolk County

26. The Settlement Of Long Island

28. Admiral Randall, Native Son

29. Church Marks 200th Birthday

30. Old Miller Place Academy

32. Suffolk Historical Society

33. The Automobile In 1902

35. ‘captain Joe’, Schooner Captain

40. Interesting Gravestones In Brookhaven Town

41. The 17th Century Islanders

42. Indian Tribes Of Long Island

43. South Shore’s First Church

45. Islanders Recapture Sloop

46. Patchogue Factories In 1892

47. Islanders Under English Rule

49. Colonial Rule Was Oppressive

50. Sayville Had Rapid Growth

51. Bellport Academy Early Educational Institution

52. Further Information On The Founding Of

53. General Woodhull Colonial Hero

54. Historic Building Is Gone

55. Taxes Were Low In 1914 And So Were Salaries

56. Early Land Purchases On Long Island

57. Travel Circa 1876

58. History Of Moriches

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