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East Hampton Trustees Journal Volumes 1-7

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East Hampton Trustees Journal Volumes 1-7 East Hampton town had been settled 75 years at the time this Journal was begun.  In this period of time, beginning at 1649, many things happened.  Fortunately the town books have been preserved from the earliest founding of the town.Originally published in, 1936 1425 pages, reproduction of the original on CD-Rom
                  
BOOK CONTENTS
Vol. 1. East Hampton Trustees Journal
Vol. 1. Index. A trotting horse
Vol. 2. The town of Easthampton's book
Vol. 3. Journal of the Trustees of the town of East Hampton
Vol. 4. Records of the Trustees of East Hampton Town 1826-1845
Vol. 5. Journal of Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of East Hampton Town
Vol. 5. Daniel Lord's opinion of Montauk property
Vol. 5. Referee's report
Vol. 5. Fishing privileges and restrictions
Vol. 5. Few town beaches remain
Vol. 5. The whalers
Vol. 5. Steamboats
Vol. 5. East Hampton Church bell
Vol. 5. Amagansett Church dedication
Vol. 5. The John Milton bell
Vol. 5. How to spell East Hampton
Vol. 5. Wainscott
Vol. 5. Springs
Vol. 5. Amagansett
Vol. 5. Sag Harbor
Vol. 5. Montauk
Vol. 5. "Home, Sweet Home."
Vol. 5. Indian hymn writer
Vol. 5. Old Niles House
Vol. 5. Old burying ground--Sag Harbor--1767
Vol. 5. Civil War
Vol. 5. The draft
Vol. 5. East Hampton Town in the World War
Vol. 5. Spanish-American War
Vol. 6. Journal of the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the town of East Hampton. N. Y. 1870-1897
Vol. 7. Journal of Trustees of Freeholders and Commonalty of East Hampton Town

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