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Name Suffolk County (N.Y.)

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Image of Old Horton House - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Old Horton House - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Old Horton House, Southold, View N.E. GBB 1878 [recto]

Image of Old Horton House - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Old Horton House - Early Brooklyn and Long Island photograph collection

Old Horton House, Southold LI. GBB 1878 [recto]

Image of Indians on Long Island (page 1 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Indians on Long Island (page 1 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

From the Woods History of Long Island published 1828. [handwritten on page] Text outlines Native American peoples of Long Island, including the Canarse [Canarsee], the Rockaway, the Merikoke [Merrickos], the Masapeque [Massapequa], the Secatague [Secatogue] and the Patchague, the Matinecoc, the Satauket, the Corchaug, the Shinecoc, the Manhauset, and the Montauk.

Image of Indians on Long Island (page 2 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Indians on Long Island (page 2 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

From the Woods History of Long Island published 1828. [handwritten on page] Text outlines Native American peoples of Long Island, including the Canarse [Canarsee], the Rockaway, the Merikoke [Merrickos], the Masapeque [Massapequa], the Secatague [Secatogue] and the Patchague, the Matinecoc, the Satauket, the Corchaug, the Shinecoc, the Manhauset, and the Montauk.

Image of Indians on Long Island (page 3 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Indians on Long Island (page 3 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

From the Woods History of Long Island published 1828. [handwritten on page] Text outlines Native American peoples of Long Island, including the Canarse [Canarsee], the Rockaway, the Merikoke [Merrickos], the Masapeque [Massapequa], the Secatague [Secatogue] and the Patchague, the Matinecoc, the Satauket, the Corchaug, the Shinecoc, the Manhauset, and the Montauk. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of Indians on Long Island (page 4 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Indians on Long Island (page 4 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

From the Woods History of Long Island published 1828. [handwritten on page] Text outlines Native American peoples of Long Island, including the Canarse [Canarsee], the Rockaway, the Merikoke [Merrickos], the Masapeque [Massapequa], the Secatague [Secatogue] and the Patchague, the Matinecoc, the Satauket, the Corchaug, the Shinecoc, the Manhauset, and the Montauk. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of Indians on Long Island (page 5 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Indians on Long Island (page 5 of 5) - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

From the Woods History of Long Island published 1828. [handwritten on page] Text outlines Native American peoples of Long Island, including the Canarse [Canarsee], the Rockaway, the Merikoke [Merrickos], the Masapeque [Massapequa], the Secatague [Secatogue] and the Patchague, the Matinecoc, the Satauket, the Corchaug, the Shinecoc, the Manhauset, and the Montauk. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of [Map of Native American peoples of eastern Long Island] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[Map of Native American peoples of eastern Long Island] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

The Indians whom the furst white men formed dwelling on Long Island belonged to the Mohegan Nation, but were split into a dozen tribes. [handwritten on page under map] Early 20th century transportation map of eastern Long Island (Suffolk County) with Native American tribal lands identified and outlined in blue ink. Tribes identified include Setauket, Corchaug, Manhasset, Montauk, Shinnecock, Poose-Pah-Tucks [?] Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of Cold Spring - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring. Situated on the head and upon both sides of Cold Spring Harbor in town of Oyster Bay and partyly in the town of Huntington. Is an old whaling town. A grain mill of the turbine wheel variety at the head of the harbor grinding for 2 centuries. Cold Spring Harbor is 7 miles long and one mile wide on its head. [handwritten on page] Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of [Lighthouse in Cold Spring Harbor] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[Lighthouse in Cold Spring Harbor] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Lighthouse, Cold Spring Harbor. [handwritten on page] Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of Cold Spring - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring [handwritten on page] Panoramic drawing of coastal scene. A hill in background with a house and trees at bottom of slope. Boats in water in foreground. Waterbody might be Cold Spring Harbor. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of Cold Spring Harbor - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring Harbor - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring Harbor [handwritten on page] Image of coastal / harbor scene. Large sailboats in water. Docks in background on right. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of [House on Cold Spring Harbor] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[House on Cold Spring Harbor] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring Harbor [handwritten on page] Color postcard of large brick house and gardens. Horse and carriage with man and woman on right. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of St. John's Church - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

St. John's Church - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

St. John's Church, Cold Spring Harbor. [handwritten on page] Black and white photograph of church building with dirt road. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of Biological laboratory - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Biological laboratory - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Biological laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor [handwritten on page] Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of [Cold Spring Valley (page 1 of 2)] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[Cold Spring Valley (page 1 of 2)] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring Valley [handwritten on page] Panoramic view of valley with farmland and horse and carriage. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of [Cold Spring Valley (page 2 of 2)] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[Cold Spring Valley (page 2 of 2)] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Cold Spring Valley [handwritten on page] Image of natural scene with dirst road surrounded by trees. Scrapbook page from "Views of Nassau County"

Image of [Cover of "Suffolk County, Part 1"] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[Cover of "Suffolk County, Part 1"] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Hard black cover with red cloth binding. Gold imprinted lettering, "Suffolk County, I." Red tape at bottom of cover that bears the first initial and last name of scrapbook compiler, Eugene Armbruster, in gold lettering. Scrapbook cover from "Suffolk County, Part 1"

Image of ["Suffolk County, Part 1" cover page] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

["Suffolk County, Part 1" cover page] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Suffolk County, Part I containing the townships of Babylon, Brookhaven, Huntington, Islip, Smithtown. 1909. Eugene Armbruster. [handwritten on page] Indexed by H. Stryker-Rodda, May 1965 [handwritten in bottom left corner] Scrapbook page from "Suffolk County, Part 1"

Image of [Map of western Long Island] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

[Map of western Long Island] - Eugene L. Armbruster photographs and scrapbooks

Color political map of western Long Island. Map appears to pre-date New York City consolidation in 1898. Armbruster outlined borders of Kings County, Queens County, and Suffolk County in red marker. Eastern hald of Long Island adheared to following scrapbook page. Scrapbook page from "Suffolk County, Part 1"