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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Nassau County, New York

 
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1New York (Nassau County), Baldwin — Aviation First
On Seaman Ave. at Rockville Drive, on the right when traveling west on Seaman Ave..
Aviation First The first all-American monoplane was built and flown on this site by Albert and Arthur Heinrich aged 21 and 23 in 1910. Baldwin Civic Assn. 1976Map (db m140799) HM
2New York (Nassau County), Baldwin — First Church Baldwin United Methodist
On Merrick Road west of Harrison Road, on the left when traveling east.
Est. 1810 as Bethel Chapel, the present sanctuary was built in 1871 by Lorenzo D. Smith, dedicated in 1872 by Bishop Harris and Pastor Nathan Hubbel.Map (db m133143) HM
3New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Arthur F. White
On Broadway north of Central Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
Funeral home - Bethpage- 1946 5 generations funeral dirs. Previous home - circa - 1910 Albert and Katherine Guerin prominent community family Map (db m133528) HM
4New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Bethpage Hamlet
On Broadway at Central Avenue, on the right when traveling south on Broadway.
1687 T. Powell obtains land 1695 Deed Bethpage Purchase 1857 Name Jerusalem Station 1867 Renamed Central Park 1936 Changed To Bethpage Map (db m133542) HM
5New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Broad Spring
On Merrits Road at Quaker Meeting House Road, on the left when traveling south on Merrits Road.
This spring marks point laid out in first highway survey of Bethpage made 1732 by Samuel WillisMap (db m133476) HM
6New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Captain Brian C. Hickey Memorial
On Broadway, on the left when traveling north.
This monument is dedicated in loving memory of Captain Brian C. Hickey Rescue Company 4 Fire Department, City of New York Captain Hickey along with 342 other firefighters made the supreme sacrifice defending the City of New York on . . . Map (db m133895) HM WM
7New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Central Park Cider Mill
On Stewart Ave at Lafayette Ave, on the right when traveling north on Stewart Ave.
Site of Central Park Cider Mill George Benkert, proprietor ca. 1888 Processed apples for local farmers Central Park Historical Soc.Map (db m119129) HM
8New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — First Post Office
On Central Avenue at Seaman Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Central Avenue.
January 29, 1857 1st post office in village Jeremiah Weaver Postmaster Ahern Home - W. Ahern involved in 1936 - name change from Central Park to Bethpage Map (db m133480) HM
9New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Grumman 1930-94
On Grumman Airport Road north of Hicksville road, on the right when traveling north.
On Dec. 7, 1941 while Pearl Harbor was under attack, this Assembly Building #2 was dedicated to build the TBF Avengers and F-6F Hellcats.Map (db m147617) HM
10New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — L.I. Motor Pkwy
On Stewart Avenue at Arthur Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Stewart Avenue.
First parkway in America built for the automobile & famed Vanderbilt Cup Races Ground breaking in Central Park (Bethpage) June 6 1908 Map (db m133529) HM
11New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — L.I. Motor Pkwy
On Central Avenue east of North Herman Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
10/10 1908  - 4/17 1938 Private toll road from Queens to Ronkonkoma AKA Vanderbilt Parkway. Also hosted auto racing Map (db m159779) HM
12New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Powell Home
On Merritts Road 0.1 miles north of Conklin Street, on the right when traveling north.
Built by Thomas Powell in 1700 after purchase of Bethpage from Massapequa Indian Tribe October 18, 1695 Map (db m133477) HM
13New York (Nassau County), Bethpage — Site of The Beau Sejour
On Stewart Avenue at Central Avenue, on the right when traveling south on Stewart Avenue.
World Famous Restaurant Host to the Rich & Famous Owned & Operated By The Wilson Family 1907-1975.Map (db m148159) HM
14New York (Nassau County), East Farmingdale — 381 — Abigail E. Leonard
On Hallock Street south of Conklin Street, on the right when traveling north.
Former home of women's club founder, teacher, and community advocate. In 1917 organized local committee for women's suffrage Map (db m132692) HM
15New York (Nassau County), East Farmingdale — Suffolk County
On Melville Road at Oak Street E, on the right when traveling east on Melville Road.
Organized Nov. 1, 1683 One of the original counties of the Province of New York   Originally East Riding Of Yorkshire Map (db m133526) HM
16New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — 77th Infantry Division Reserve Veterans Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
In honor of the men and women of the 77th Infantry Division Reserve who served their country in war and peaceMap (db m106492) WM
17New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — 82nd Airborne Division — America's Guard of Honor
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
American paratroopers - Devils in Baggy Pants - pop up from nowhere and we never know how they strike next. Seems like they're everywhere. Extract from Dead Enemy Officer's Diary Dedicated to the memory of all paratroopers and . . . Map (db m106483) WM
18New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — African-American Veterans Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
Dedicated to the memory of The Tuskegee Airmen 761st Tank Battalion The Buffalo Soldiers In grateful tribute to all those Black servicemen and women who served so honorably and valiantly in all of America's wars from the . . . Map (db m106465) WM
19New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — American Legion Auxiliary
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
To honor our sisters in the American Legion Auxiliary Proudly serving to improve the lives of our U.S. veterans, active military and their brave families, both at home and abroad American Legion Auxiliary Department of . . . Map (db m106724) WM
20New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Battle of the Bulge Veterans Memorial
Near Park Boulevard near County Route 24.
. . . Map (db m106456) WM
21New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Catholic War Veterans Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
In Memory of All Catholic War VeteransMap (db m106314) WM
22New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Chosin Reservoir Veterans Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
In memory of those who served at "The Chosin Reservoir" North Korea November - 1950 - December Map (db m106244) WM
23New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Francis Cardinal Spellman
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
Dedicated to Francis Cardinal Spellman for his life of service to God and country and to men of every race, creed, and color in times of peace and war, and especially for his personal visitations to America's fighting men . . . Map (db m106668) WM
24New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Jewish War Veterans Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
[Top (Torah)panel:] Dedicated to our comrades of the Jewish faith who have patriotically fought in all our country's battles with honor and valor for our greatest gift Liberty and Shalom [Front panel:] Jewish . . . Map (db m106319) WM
25New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Marine Corps Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
In honored memory of all who served in the United States Marine Corps since November 10, 1775 We are proud to claim the title of United States MarineMap (db m106260) WM
26New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Medals of Honor Recipients Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of Route 24.
Medals of Honor Dedicated to those who gave above and beyond the call of duty for their country U.S.A. Lang, George C. • Roosevelt, Theodore • Roosevelt, Theodore Jr. • Shea, Charles W. • Valente, Michael • Karopczyc, Stephen Jr. . . . Map (db m106304) WM
27New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Military Medical Personnel Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
. . . Map (db m106299) WM
28New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Polish Freedom Fighters Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of Route 24.
. . . Map (db m106305) WM
29New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — Still on Patrol
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
U.S. Navy submarines paid heavily for their success in World War II. A total of 374 officers and 3131 men are on board these 52 U.S. submarines still on "patrol." Albacore • Amberjack • Argonaut • Barbel • Bonefish • Bullhead • Capelin • Cisco . . . Map (db m106493) HM WM
30New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — The "Comfort Women"
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
In remembrance of the more than 200,000 women and girls who were abducted for the use of sexual slavery by the armed forces of the Government of Imperial Japan, 1930's-1945. Known to the world as "comfort women", they suffered heinous crimes against . . . Map (db m106727) HM WM
31New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — The Four Immortal Chaplains
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
George L. Fox, Methodist Minister • Alexander D. Goode, Jewish Rabbi • Clark V. Poling, Dutch Reformed Minister • John P. Washington, Catholic Priest During the early morning hours of February 3, 1943 the USAT Dorchester was part of a . . . Map (db m106722) HM WM
32New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — The Silent Service
Near Park Boulevard north of County Route 24.
This monument is dedicated to the memory of all those who served their country in the United States Submarine Service and to those who made the supreme sacrifice to preserve American Freedom. Their legacy will live on in future . . . Map (db m106509) WM
33New York (Nassau County), East Meadow — War Dogs Memorial
Near Park Boulevard north of New York State Route 24.
War Dogs Dedicated to all Military K-9's Past - Present - Future Always Loyal Always Faithful Forever Remembered Map (db m106242) WM
34New York (Nassau County), East Rockaway — Site Of
On Ocean Avenue at Atlantic Avenue, on the right when traveling north on Ocean Avenue.
First Grist and Saw Mill Built By Joseph Haviland In 1688. Last Operators Charles Davison And Sons, Robert, Herbert, and John.Map (db m164239) HM
35New York (Nassau County), East Rockaway — Site Of
On Ocean Avenue 0.1 miles south of Atlantic Avenue, on the right when traveling south.
Alexander Davison Home Son of Robt. Davison Revolutionary Soldier Whose Descendants Resided Here Until The Year 1921.Map (db m164242) HM
36New York (Nassau County), East Rockaway — Site of Oven
On Ocean Avenue 0.1 miles south of Atlantic Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
First Oven for Public Use Sold By Aaron Alburtis To Issac Bloom in 1760. Bread Was Baked Here For Three Cents Twice A Week For NeighborsMap (db m169720) HM
37New York (Nassau County), Farmingdale — Farmingdale Civil War Memorial
On Main Street at Prospect Street, on the right when traveling north on Main Street.
In honored memory of the Farmingdale area residents who served during the American Civil War 1861-1865 John Allen · Thomas Brawley · Andrew Conklin · Josiah Howell Culver, M.D. · Philip Darby · William Fleet · John Gannon · Platt . . . Map (db m126858) WM
38New York (Nassau County), Farmingdale — Farmingdale Honor Roll World War 1917-1918
Near Main Street at Prospect Street.
Allen, J.D. · Altese, J. · Bacarella, T. · Beierling, G. · Brand, S. · Brescia, W. · Barry, F. · Bausch, R. · Bausch, C. · Button, B. · Bolton, T. · Baldwin, F. · Bruckner, J. · Cassano, F. · Corali, J. · Costalla, C. · Christ, E. · Hafner, R.R. · . . . Map (db m127879) WM
39New York (Nassau County), Farmingdale — Farmingdale Korea and Vietnam War Memorial
On Main Street at Prospect Street on Main Street.
They gave their today for our tomorrow Korea Victor M. Pirowski Warren J. Schaefer Vietnam Christopher J. Barber Robert D. Cicio Raymond J. Enners Patrick J. Foran Don R. Huey James McCaffery John McCaffery Donald . . . Map (db m127238) WM
40New York (Nassau County), Farmingdale — Farmingdale War Memorial
On Main Street at Prospecdt Street on Main Street.
This memorial is dedicated to honor those from the Farmingdale area who gave their lives in defense of our country LCPL James D. Argentine USMC August 6, 2009 Afghanistan/OEFMap (db m126915) WM
41New York (Nassau County), Farmingdale — Farmingdale World War II Memorial
Near Main Street at Prospect Street.
An everlasting tribute to the men and women of Farmingdale who so unselfishly served their country and humanity in World War II 1941-1945 and in cherished memory of those who gave their lives ★ Antoniazzi, Henry · ★ Apold, Arnold · . . . Map (db m127926) WM
42New York (Nassau County), Farmingdale — Quaker Meeting House
On Quaker Meeting House Road west of Round Swamp Road, on the left when traveling west.
Built and first meetings held 1698Map (db m133544) HM
43New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — 1779 House
On Carnation Avenue.
Floral Park's oldest house Built by the Baily/Baylis family. Their homestead included family homes, farm buildings and acres of farmland.Map (db m139276) HM
44New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — American Legion
On Elizabeth Street east of South Tyson Avenue.
Organized in 1919, Floral Park Post 334 built this hall in 1924. It was constructed by and for military veterans.Map (db m139426) HM
45New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Brigadier General Count Casimir Pulaski
On Jericho Turnpike at Linden Avenue, on the right when traveling east on Jericho Turnpike.
. . . Map (db m127229) HM WM
46New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Floral Park School
On South Tyson Avenue at Elizabeth Street, on the right when traveling north on South Tyson Avenue.
Founded in 1884, classes began in Sept. 1885. Later renamed John Lewis Childs School for Floral Park's founder and 1st president.Map (db m139377) HM
47New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Floral Park World War II Memorial
On Willis Avenue at McKee Street, on the left when traveling south on Willis Avenue.
Dedicated to those who made the supreme sacrifice in World War II Leon S. Burkowski • Billy Juchnowski Edward A. Collins • Walter J. Korrow James J. Doran, Jr. • Gerard G. Krug Stephen J. Merz • Joseph Radziski, Jr. Placed by . . . Map (db m106240) WM
48New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Floral Theatre
On Park Place at Jericho Turnpike, on the right when traveling north on Park Place.
Opened in 1927, it was home to both vaudeville and motion pictures and a few retail stores. In 1992 it became a banquet hall.Map (db m139371) HM
49New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Masonic Temple
On Tulip Avenue at Carnation Avenue, on the left when traveling west on Tulip Avenue.
Originally a club in 1914, Masonic Lodge #1016 was chartered in 1923. The Masonic temple was built in 1925 and became a landmark.Map (db m139465) HM
50New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Padre Pio — Pray for Us...
On Jericho Turnpike at Depan Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Jericho Turnpike.
Born Francesco Forgione on May 25, 1887 in Pietrelcina, Italy. At the age of fifteen he became a Capuchin Monk and took the name of Pio. On August 10, 1910 he was ordained a Priest. On September 7, 1910 as he was praying, Padre Pio was visited . . . Map (db m127228) HM
51New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — The First Church of Floral Park — Founded 1890
On Verbena Avenue at Floral Boulevard, on the right when traveling north on Verbena Avenue.
The Methodist Episcopal church was built to "the glory of God" and to be a lamp unto their feet" for the community.Map (db m139373) HM
52New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Tyson Building
On Tyson Avenue east of Tulip Avenue.
The oldest commercial building was built by George Tyson in 1894 and housed the post office.Map (db m139253) HM
53New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Vanderbilt Cup Race
On Jericho Turnpike at Emerson Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Jericho Turnpike.
The 1st major international auto race in the USA run on a public road. It ran thru Floral Park, Oct. 8, 1904.Map (db m139411) HM
54New York (Nassau County), Freeport — "The LIGHTS Club"
On Branch Avenue at St. Marks Avenue, on the right when traveling south on Branch Avenue.
Actors' & Vaudevillians club, 1916-1939. Members included Al Jolson, Will Rogers, Victor Moore, Florenz Ziegfeld, and John Philip Sousa. Map (db m133521) HM
55New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 350 — 60 Acre Golf Club
On Stokes Avenue south of Merrick Road, on the left when traveling north.
Opened on this site in 1900. Women & men members. 9 hole course. Clubhouse built by Wm. G. Miller, Village Pres. Sold at auction in 1912Map (db m132772) HM
56New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Al Grover's Spirit of Freeport
On Woodcleft Avenue south of Hamilton Street, on the left when traveling south.
(English panel:) Built On Freeport's Nautical Mile This is the Actual Boat that Crossed The Atlantic Ocean Battling a Hurricane with Winds Over 100 MPH and Seas Over 25 Ft. This 26 Footer is Listed in the Guiness Book . . . Map (db m127224) HM
57New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 212 — Archer St. School
On Archer Street west of Miller Street, on the right when traveling east.
Opened in 1910 to serve students in south Freeport. This was an architectural duplicate of the Seaman Avenue School.Map (db m126906) HM
58New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 326 — Bayview Hose #3
On South Bayview Avenue near Atlantic Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
Organized May 1895 Hose house on Atlantic Ave Stephen Lewis early foreman 1916 new house built here on land donated by Randall Co Map (db m126811) HM
59New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 329 — Bennington Park
On East Merrick Road.
Developed by W. Newton Bennington in 1902. Streets given to village in 1904. Later became an African American & Italian enclave.Map (db m127998) HM
60New York (Nassau County), Freeport — B'nai Israel Synagogue — 1921
On Broadway at Mt. Avenue, on the left when traveling east on Broadway.
Site of first Jewish synagogue in Freeport In 1971 occupied by St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church and the home of the Refuge Apostolic Church Of Christ in 1982 Map (db m133167) HM
61New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Boat Builders of Freeport
On Woodcleft Avenue south of Suffolk Street, on the left when traveling south.
Boat builders have a long and colorful history in Freeport, beginning with the modest skiffs and dories used by baymen and fishermen, military craft used in World Wars I & II, followed by recreational fishing boats. With fewer fishermen and . . . Map (db m126911) HM
62New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 331 — Col. James Dean
On South Ocean Avenue at Archer Street on South Ocean Avenue.
1845-1918. Civil War veteran. President of Freeport & Freeport Club. Antique weapons collector. Former home on this site.Map (db m126817) HM
63New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 217 — Columbus Ave.
On Columbus Avenue at Washburn Avenue on Columbus Avenue.
Built 1914. First school in Freeport with a gymnasium. John W. Dodd served as a principal here. Charles Hart was architect.Map (db m133066) HM
64New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Crystal Lake Hotel
On Guy Lombardo Avenue at Southside Avenue, on the right when traveling south on Guy Lombardo Avenue.
Crystal Lake Hotel and cottage opened 1895 by Ward & Allie Frost. Accomodated 150 Guests. Destroyed by fire 1958.Map (db m126819) HM
65New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Exempt Firehouse
On North Long Beach Avenue at Brooklyn Avenue, on the right when traveling south on North Long Beach Avenue.
The oldest standing firehouse in Freeport. Built in 1913. Moved to present site in 1931Map (db m126758) HM
66New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 213 — Freeport Bank
On South Main Street north of Sunrise Highway, on the left when traveling south.
Building erected in 1905 President was John J. Randall and Builder William G. Miller. Bank was organized in 1891.Map (db m106257) HM
67New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Historical Museum
On South Main Street north of Atlantic Avenue, on the left when traveling north.
Originally a bayman's cottage Built during the Civil War era Privately owned until 1961 when it was bought by the newly formed Freeport Historical SocietyMap (db m126854) HM
68New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Legends
On Woodcleft Avenue south of Suffolk Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
"You know, this job could be pretty dangerous." ~ Reggie Jones 1996 We all know people who are legendary, either through the force of their personalities or their accomplishments, or a little of both. These memorable characters were known . . . Map (db m127424) HM
69New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Memorial Library
On Ocean Avenue at West Merrick Road, on the left when traveling north on Ocean Avenue.
Erected in 1924 Chartered In 1899 Dedicated to those heroes who gave their lives for our country. Map (db m134256) HM WM
70New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Memorial Library War Memorial
On West Merrick Avenue at Ocean Avenue, on the right when traveling west on West Merrick Avenue.
Their supreme sacrifice gave us our tomorrows ———————————————————Lost but not forgotten Civil War 1861-1865 Treadwell . . . Map (db m134275) WM
71New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Methodist Episcopal Church — 1891
On Pine Street west of Church Street, on the right when traveling west.
Built by John J. Randall and William G. Miller in the Norman style Freeport's oldest house of worship Now known as the United Methodist Church Map (db m106258) HM
72New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Point Shipyard — 1924 - 1968
On Woodcleft Avenue, on the left when traveling south.
Founded by Fred and Mirto Scopinich built rumrunners, Coast Guard boats, commercial vessels, & air-sea rescue boats received Navy Excellence Award during WW II Map (db m126814) HM
73New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport Post Office
On W Merrick Road at South Ocean Avenue, on the right when traveling west on W Merrick Road.
Post Office 1933 Colonial Revival Style Treasury Art Project murals by William Gropper-1938 Listed on National Register Map (db m133505) HM
74New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Freeport's Nautical Mile
On Woodcleft Avenue south of Hmilton Street, on the left when traveling south.
Freeport's rich maritime history is marked by oystering, clamming and boat-building. At the end of the 19th century, John Randall and William G. Miller dredged Woodcleft Canal, creating the largest working waterfront on the south shore of Long . . . Map (db m127239) HM
75New York (Nassau County), Freeport — George Washington
On Babylon Turnpike at Lakeview Avenue, on the left when traveling south on Babylon Turnpike.
George Washington passed this way on his 1790 journey through Long IslandMap (db m133478) HM
76New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Grist and Saw Mill
On Mill Street at South Main Street, on the right when traveling east on Mill Street.
Site of Grist and saw mill of Daniel Raynor. Raynortown settled by Edward Raynor or his children, 1659 Map (db m126825) HM
77New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Guy Lombardo's House
On Guy Lombardo Avenue at Grant Street, on the right when traveling south on Guy Lombardo Avenue.
710 S. Grove St. Band leader founded The Royal Canadians, popularized "Auld Lang Syne” on New Year's Eve. Produced musicals at Jones Beach Theater.Map (db m133504) HM
78New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 214 — Kelby House
On Lena Avenue at Wallace Street on Lena Avenue.
Home Of Robert H. Kelby ca. 1902, Librarian Of New York Historical Society from 1898 To 1920. Son Charles was NYS JudgeMap (db m126856) HM
79New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Miracle House 1906
On West Lena Avenue at Wilson Place, on the right when traveling west on West Lena Avenue.
Built in one day to spite a competitors efforts in a real estate development race. This forever changed the layout of Lena Avenue and added Wilson Place.Map (db m126869) HM
80New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Parrot Rifle
On Sunrise Highway (State Highway 27) at Madison Avenue, on the right when traveling east on Sunrise Highway.
From USS Hartford - flagship of Admiral David Farragut during Battle of Mobile Bay August 1864 Presented to Freeport July 4, 1902Map (db m133522) HM
81New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Playland Park
On Guy Lombardo Avenue at Front Street on Guy Lombardo Avenue.
A small scale Coney Island flourished from the 1920's until destroyed by fire in the early 1930'sMap (db m126859) HM
82New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 211 — Seaman Ave School
Opened 1908 to relieve overcrowding at Grove St. School. Attended by residents from northern section of village.Map (db m133067) HM
83New York (Nassau County), Freeport — The First Public School in Freeport
On North Main Street at Church Street, on the right when traveling south on North Main Street.
Upon this site stood the first public school in Freeport This building was erected about 1820 and served as the first public school until 1852 Mr. John Rankin had the honor of being the first teacher to teach in this village . . . Map (db m106730) HM
84New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 215 — Trubia Rifle
On North Main Street at Church Street, on the right when traveling south on North Main Street.
Trophy gun obtained from the US Navy. Department was unveiled on July 4, 1902 by the DBP Mott Post of the Grand Army of the Republic. Map (db m133068) HM
85New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Two Shipwrecks and the Life Saving Service
On Woodcleft Avenue south of Hamilton Street, on the left when traveling south.
In 1836 two Sailing ships The Bristol & The Mexico were wrecked near Long Beach 215 died in these two wrecks 139 bodies are buried in a mass grave in Lynbrook, N.Y. called The Mariners Burial Ground Many Freeport men & volunteers . . . Map (db m127701) HM
86New York (Nassau County), Freeport — Village Hall - 1928
On North Ocean Avenue north of Brooklyn Avenue, on the right when traveling north.
Also known as the Municipal Building. It was built to replicate Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Enlarged 1973 Map (db m114702) HM
87New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 337 — Water and Power
On Sunrise Highway, on the right when traveling west.
Water Co. formed in 1894 Power house built in 1897 Both municipal utilities owned & operated by Village Voted on by Freeporters Map (db m126752) HM
88New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 216 — Woodcleft Canal
On Woodcleft Avenue south of Hamilton Street, on the left when traveling south.
Dredged ca. 1897 by firm of Randall & Miller. John J. Randall was the father of Freeport & William G. Miller was a president.Map (db m127041) HM
89New York (Nassau County), Freeport — 330 — Woodcleft Inn
On Front Street at Woodcleft Avenue, on the right when traveling west on Front Street.
First summer hotel in Freeport on this site 1897. Built by Randall & Miller. Sold 1907 to Society of St. Vincent De Paul as fresh air home Map (db m126821) HM
90New York (Nassau County), Freeport — World War I Trench Mortar
On Guy Lombardo Avenue at Rose Street, on the left when traveling south on Guy Lombardo Avenue.
Trophy cannon that saw service at San Mihiel   240 millimeter gun was obtained by DPB Mott Post GAR given to American Legion dedicated on Memorial Day 1921 Map (db m133328) HM
91New York (Nassau County), Garden City — Camp Albert Mills
On Commercial Avenue at Clinton Street, on the right on Commercial Avenue.
Site of Camp Albert Mills Established August 1917 A World War 1 Army Camp Used by the 42nd Infantry Known as the Rainbow DivisionMap (db m106913) HM
92New York (Nassau County), Garden City — Site of Camp Winfield Scott
On 11th Street at Washington Avenue, on the left when traveling east on 11th Street.
Established August 1861. A Civil War Army Camp of Instruction. Commanded by General Thomas W. Sherman.Map (db m149783) HM
93New York (Nassau County), Garden City — To commemorate the 1st crossing from east to west and the 1st double crossing of the Atlantic by air
Near Davis Avenue.
To commemorate the first crossing from east to west and the first double crossing of the Atlantic by air accomplished by the British airship R34 which left East Fortune Scotland on July 2nd 1919, landed Mineola Long Island on July 6th, and . . . Map (db m77713) HM
94New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Carpenters — 1914 World War 1918
On School Street at Forest Avenue, on the right when traveling north on School Street.
In honor of the members of Local Union No. 1093 who served their country in the World War 1914 – 1918 Adam Donaldson • Frank S. Boday • Louis Myers • Edw. Nordstrom • Frank Hoebich • Everett Wicks • Patrick Hanlon • Daniel Murdock • Fred . . . Map (db m65203) HM
95New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove Civil War Memorial
On School Street at Forest Avenue, on the right when traveling north on School Street.
. . . Map (db m65206) HM WM
96New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove Korea Memorial
On School Street at Forest Avenue, on the right when traveling north on School Street.
. . . Map (db m65205) WM
97New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove Vietnam Memorial
On School Street at Forest Avenue, on the right when traveling north on School Street.
This tribute is dedicated to those veterans who gave the supreme sacrifice during the “Vietnam War” 1959 – 1975 ( Lower Marker : ) Francis Andrysiak Francis Arnett Richard Brown Charles Johnson John McCarthy Richard . . . Map (db m65188) WM
98New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove WWI Memorial
On Forest Avenue at School Street, on the left when traveling south on Forest Avenue.
Dedicated to the Glen Cove men who gave their lives in the First World War William Henry Albin • Harvey Brewster • John J. Butler • Luigi Capobianco • Earl Clinton Chadwick • Samuel Dawson • James Erwin Donahue • George Ford • Ralph William Francis . . . Map (db m65168) WM
99New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — Glen Cove WWII Memorial
On School Street at Forest Avenue, on the right when traveling north on School Street.
A tribute to the men of Glen Cove who gave their lives in the service of their country in the armed forces of the United States in World War II December 7, 1941          August 14, 1945 Abate, Victor • Becker, Valentine • Bessel, Solomon • . . . Map (db m65182) WM
100New York (Nassau County), Glen Cove — John E. Miller
On Forest Avenue at School Street, on the left when traveling south on Forest Avenue.
In memory of John E. Miller Private – 2nd New York Calvary Born Glen Cove, New York 1841 Died Andersonville Prison, Georgia 1864Map (db m65163) HM

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