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Book 3

1. Log Of The Whaler Sheffield - Pt. 1

2. Log Of The Whaler Sheffield - Pt. 2

3. Log Of The Whaler Sheffield - Pt. 3

4. Log Of The Whaler Sheffield - Pt. 4

5. Log Of The Whaler Sheffield - Pt. 5

6. Early Troubles Of The L.i.r.r.

8. Old Roads Of Brookhaven Town

9. The Famous Old Sloop Emperor

10. Tales Of Middle Island

11. ‘bull’ Smith And Smithtown

12. Old Congregational Church

13. Early Days In Brookhaven

14. Middle Island’s Famous Artist

15. Old Smith Estate At Longwood

16. The Doctor In Colonial Days

17. World’s Largest White Oak

18. Rev. Cuffee, Indian Preacher

19. Centereach’s Historical Church

20. Common Pastures Of The Town

21. Bustling Cauliflower Market

22. The Development Of Two Patchogue Churches

23. Revolutionary War Leader

21. Cranberry Industry Dwindling

26. Old Northville Academy Built In 1831

28. Slavery In The Early Days Of Brookhaven Town

29. Oystering In The Old Days

30. The Great Blizzard Of 1899

31. The Old Coram Schoolhouse

32. Old Stage Coach Ran 40 Years

33. Railroad Service In 1868

31. Indian Wigwams On Long Island

35. Church Organized In 1715

36. Poosepatuck Tribe Of Mastic

37. Cooking In Colonial Days

38. The Freezing Summer Of 1816

39. Long Island’s Famous Artist

41. The Old Mail Stagecoach

42. Suffolk In The Revolution

42a. Early Town Government Here

43. Ads Recall Patchogue In 1875

44. Schooling In The Early Days

45. Early Mills In Patchogue

46. Patriot Pastor Of South Haven

47. When Fingers Served As Forks

48. Early Midtown Settlements

49. Oldest Church Is At Setauket

50. Indians, Whites Lived In Peace

51. L.i.r.r.’s Birth Was Not Easy

52. Steamer Fire Took 107 Lives

54. Noted Historian Lived In Town

55. Icy Waters Took Toll In Tragedy

55a. From The People

56. Lopped Trees Fences Of Old

57. Yaphank Grew With The Years

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