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Long Island's Historic East End Reference Collection
The most Complete collection of Long Island Town Histories ever to be put on One CD
THOUSANDS of  Pages of Information - Hundreds of Hours of entertainment and information

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CD Contents
  13 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
Cutchogue
1.  Cutchogue, Southold's first colony New York: Jefferson, Wayland, 1940, 172  pgs. 
           
2.  Cutchogue, Southold's first colony, name index, 1965, Downs, Arthur Channing, 12  pgs. 
East Hampton
3.  Records of the town of Easthampton, Long Island, Suffolk Co., New York, with other ancient documents of historic value,  reproduced on one CD-Rom only - Author: unknown Originally published in Sag-Harbor, New York, 1887-1900's 5091 pages
           
4.  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
Mattituck
5.  A History of Mattituck, Long Island, N.Y - A history of Mattituck, Long Island, N.Y., c1906, Craven, Charles E. 403  pgs.
Southampton
6.  The sixth volume of record of Southampton, L.I., N.Y. : being abstracts of vol. II of deeds in town clerk's office : with additional unrecorded deeds : with indexes of names and localities Sag Harbor N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, printer, 1915, 325  pgs. 
           
7.  Celebration of the two hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the town of Southampton N.Y. : Southampton, the first English settlement in the state of New York : June 12, 1915. Sag Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, 1915, 130  pgs. 
           
8.  Addresses delivered at the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the village and town of Southampton, June 12th, 1890 Sag-Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, 1890, 108  pgs. 
           
9.  The book of records of the town of Southampton : BOOKS 1, 2, 3 and 4 - 1st book. 1639-1660 -- 2nd book. 1660-1717 -- 3rd book. 1717-1807 -- 4th book. 1809-1870, AUTHORS: Southampton, Henry PHedges, William S. Pelletreau, Edward H. Foster, including all the writings in the town clerk's office from 1639 to 1660:  with other ancient documents of historic value, Sag Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, book and job printer, 1740  pages reproduction of the original on CD.  Contains: Town Records, Birth Registrations 
           
10.  History of the town of Southampton: (east of Canoe Place) Author:  James Truslow Adams, Bridgehampton, N.Y.: Hampton Press, 1918,  Includes bibliographical references and index.  536  pgs. 
Southold
11.  Whitaker's Southold : being a substantial reproduction of the History of Southold, L.I., its first century, Authors:  Epher Whitaker, Charles E. Craven, Princeton N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1931, 205  pgs. 
           
12.  Celebration of the 250th anniversary of the formation of the town and the church of Southold, L.I. : August 27, 1890. Southold N.Y.: Printed for the town, 1890, 220  pgs. 
           
13.  Southold And Its People in the Revolutionary Days -  find the file named SoutholdPeople.pdf. You can either drag the file to your desktop or hard drive and click on it or view it directly from the CD by doing the same.  Some computers will require you to move the file from the CD to your hard drive while others will not. By moving it to your hard drive you might experience faster viewing.

About Our CDs

      Many of our CDs are composed of collections of multiple texts and documents concentrating on specific regions or subject areas.  Many contain 5, 10 or more separate publications.  Each CD is truly a reference BONANZA to the home historian with thousands of pages of research information.  The age of most of these text make them inaccessible to the average researcher.  Naturally their scarcity and fragility makes them very expensive to acquire  hence often kept under lock and key in an effort to preserve them. Unfortunately this also makes them unavailable for public view. Our CDs are produced by scanning the actual pages of the original text making them not only excellent resources but archival copies available for future generations. If you could find a hard copy of any of these books it would cost hundreds of dollars - individually worth many times the cost of  a CD. The average cost of a single CD, containing our "theme or regional" based collections has been kept affordable in an effort to make this information obtainable to as many home researchers as possible.
     Our CDs have become the ultimate research tool. Having a copy on hand allows research at your leisure and your schedule while in the comfort of your home. Additionally you can still print individual or groups of pages as you need directly from your CDs.  Giving you the best of both old and new research techniques.  Unless otherwise noted most pdf Files are now searchable.  Searchable pdf files allow single or multiple file searches with one search request.
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