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of old Bridgehampton Bridgehampton N.Y.: Private printing, 1916,
James Truslow, 409 pgs.
of the town of Easthampton, Long Island, Suffolk Co., New York,
ancient documents of historic value,
Originally published in Sag-Harbor, New York, 1887-1900's 5091 pages
Hampton Trustees Journal Volumes 1-7 East Hampton town had been
75 years at the time this Journal was begun. In this period of
beginning at 1649, many things happened. Fortunately the town
have been preserved from the earliest founding of the town.Originally
in, 1936 1425 pages
highways, East Hampton : 1901-1925. East Hampton, N.Y.: abt 1926,
Church, East Hampton, New York, church records 1696-1884 : extract
from printed records of the town of East Hampton, New York, vol. 5,
Sag Harbor, N.Y., 277 pgs.
hundred and seventy-five years of East Hampton :
Long Island, New York : a historical sketch East Hampton, N.Y.:
for the community, 1926, Seabury, Samuel, 97 pgs.
Harbor in earlier days :
a series of historical sketches of the harbor and Hampton port
N.Y.: Printed by the Hampton Press, 1930, Sleight, Harry D., 298
land of Home Sweet Home : stories of old Long Island, where the
"Home Sweet Home" still stands in East Hampton Sayville, N.Y.: Sayville
Press, 1940, Denton, Marjorie A., 126 pgs.
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.
printer, 1915, 325 pgs.
of the two hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the
town of Southampton N.Y. : Southampton, the first English
in the state of New York : June 12, 1915. Sag Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt,
1915, 130 pgs.
History of Southampton, New York -
With Genealogies, By George Rogers Howell, M.A.; Member of the
institute, corresponding member of the Troy Ass., NY Historical Society
etc., Second Edition, Albany: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1887,
delivered at the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the
and town of Southampton, June 12th, 1890 Sag-Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt,
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.
Edward H. Foster, including all the writings in the town clerk's office
from 1639 to 1660: with other ancient documents of historic
Sag Harbor, N.Y.: J.H. Hunt, book and job printer, 1740 pages
of the original on CD. Contains: Town Records, Birth
of the town of Southampton:
(east of Canoe Place) Author: James Truslow Adams, Bridgehampton,
N.Y.: Hampton Press, 1918, Includes bibliographical references
index. 536 pgs.
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