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Book 4

1. FIRST TRAIN THROUGH TUNNEL

2. EARLY LONG ISLAND INDUSTRIES

3. WHEN WOOD CUTTING THRIVED

4. HOMAN TOWN CLERK 42 YEARS

5. CLIPPER CAPTAIN MALAGA SMITH

6. PUBLIC SCHOOLS HERE BY 1795

7. EARLY TOWN TRANSACTIONS

8. CATTLE ON ISLAND BY 1625

9. L.I.R.R. WENT TO SEA IN 1899

10. THE LONG ISLAND SMITHS

11. RADIO PIONEER AT SHOREHAM

12. MIDDLE ISLANDER A WHALER

13. COUNTY FAIRS SOCIAL EVENTS

14. TOWN ‘CHOOSY’ OF SETTLERS

15. EARLY PREACHER BUSY MAN

16. FARM, FISH CROPS BIG IN ‘03

17. MARY BOOTH YAPHANK NATIVE

18. OLD TOWN LAWS STRICT

19. SETAUKET SETTLERS RELIGIOUS

20. BRITISH TRAPPED AT MANOR

21. YAPHANK CHURCH IS 100

22. BEACH PARTIES IN 1809, TOO

23. CM PUPILS SAT AROUND STOVE

24. BICYCLE RR HERE TOOK SPILL

25. RAILROAD HERE IN 1868

26. MT. SINAI MEN WERE SAILORS

27. COUNTY HAD PAID. CUTTHROAT

28. TOWN MEETING SOBER IN ‘83

29. CAPTAIN NORTON FOUGHT 2 WARS

30. LANDMARKS OF NORTH SHORE

31. YAPHANK’S 8—SIDED SCHOOL

32. INDIAN CHURCH AMONG OLDEST

33. EARLY SUFFOLK SCHOOL DAYS

34. EARLY RULES FOR BAYMEN

35. EDUCATION ON LONG ISLAND

36. CARMEN HAD MANY CAREERS

37. EARLY NAMES WERE COLORFUL

38. WHALING ONCE BIG BUSINESS

39. FORM RIDGE DISTRICT IN 1813

40. INDIANS HAD ROUGH TOOLS

41. CHURCH FOUNDED IN 1793

42. INDUSTRIES IN OLD SETAUKET

43. FISHING FOR FERTILIZER

44. THOUSANDS OF CURIOS IN MUSEUM

45. PATCHOGUE LIFE IN ‘98 (PART 1)

46. 11 DROWN OFF BEACH

47. THE WOODHULL STORY

48. YAPHANK EPISCOPAL.. CHURCH TO NOTE 100TH ANNIVERSARY

49. HAMILTON'S AREA TOUR (PART 1)

50. OLD-TINE FARM LIFE

51. ACTIVE MIDDLE ISLANDER STILL WOODCUTTER AT 83

52. BATTLE FOUGHT AT EARLY CHURCH

53. WHALING IN EARLY DAYS

54. AREA’S AID. TO UNION

55. EARLY TOWN CHARITIES

56. EARLY RIDGE SCHOOL TINY

WADING RIVER’S STORY - goes to book six

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