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Records of the town of Smithtown, Long Island, N.Y.
with other ancient documents of historic value Author: William Pelletreau 
Originally published in Huntington, New York, 1898, 569 pages

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A Complete Searchable Publication on CD
Book A. Part I. 1657 to 1679 Records of Smithtown, L. I. 
First book of records of Smithtown. Part first
First book of records of Smithtown. Part second
Second book of records of Smithtown
Maps
     A book of the survey of the meadow on the Long Beach and also the thatch beds in Stony Brook Harbor, with the several returns of the survey at large and the manner of the division thereof among the proprietors of the same
     A book of maps or cards of the surveys of the meadow on the Long Beach, and also the thatch beds in Stony Brook Harbor, with the several divisions thereof among the proprietors of the same
     A book of the survey of the thatch beds in Nissequogue River and in the Sunken Meadows, with the several returns of the survey at large and the names of the division thereof among the proprietors of the same
Index
Special index--Highways
Special index--Smith

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