“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Floral Park, New York

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Mineola is the county seat for Nassau County
Floral Park is in Nassau County
      Nassau County (262)  
      Bronx County (95)  
      Queens County (149)  
      Suffolk County (473)  
      Westchester County (289)  
      Fairfield County, Connecticut (395)  
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1New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — 1779 House
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
2New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — American Legion
Organized in 1919, Floral Park Post 334 built this hall in 1924. It was constructed by and for military veterans.Map (db m139426) HM
3New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Brigadier General Count Casimir Pulaski
. . . Map (db m127229) HM WM
4New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Floral Park School
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
5New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Floral Park World War II Memorial
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
6New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Floral Theatre
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
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7New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Masonic Temple
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
8New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Padre PioPray for Us...
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
9New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — The First Church of Floral ParkFounded 1890
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
10New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Tyson Building
The oldest commercial building was built by George Tyson in 1894 and housed the post office.Map (db m139253) HM
11New York (Nassau County), Floral Park — Vanderbilt Cup Race
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
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Sep. 26, 2022