“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Fort Salonga, New York

Clickable Map of Suffolk County, New York and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Suffolk County, NY (494) Nassau County, NY (278) Fairfield County, CT (455) Middlesex County, CT (165) New Haven County, CT (372) New London County, CT (421) Washington County, RI (78)  SuffolkCounty(494) Suffolk County (494)  NassauCounty(278) Nassau County (278)  FairfieldCountyConnecticut(455) Fairfield County (455)  MiddlesexCounty(165) Middlesex County (165)  NewHavenCounty(372) New Haven County (372)  NewLondonCounty(421) New London County (421)  WashingtonCountyRhode Island(78) Washington County (78)
Riverhead is the county seat for Suffolk County
Fort Salonga is in Suffolk County
      Suffolk County (494)  
      Nassau County (278)  
      Fairfield County, Connecticut (455)  
      Middlesex County, Connecticut (165)  
      New Haven County, Connecticut (372)  
      New London County, Connecticut (421)  
      Washington County, Rhode Island (78)  
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1 New York, Suffolk County, Fort Salonga — Battle of Fort Slongo
Battle of Fort Slongo took place near this site on Oct. 3, 1781. American forces defeated British forces holding Fort Slongo. Donated by Ft. Salonga Assoc.Map (db m148347) HM
2 New York, Suffolk County, Fort Salonga — 64 — Richard Smith — Legends & Lore —
Richard Smith Rested here during his legendary bull ride. Lunched on bread and cheese giving valley and road their names.Map (db m148340) HM
3 New York, Suffolk County, Fort Salonga — Summer Home of Booker T. Washington(1856 - 1915) — Town of Huntington —
Black Educator, Author, Founder of Tuskegee Univ. Spent Summers here 1911-1915.Map (db m147985) HM
4 New York, Suffolk County, Fort Salonga — The Osterby House
Large 18th c. house was boarding house for brickyard workers. Site of illegal liquor sales, knife fights, threats and a deadly fire. Current house built 1900.Map (db m149111) HM
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Apr. 14, 2024