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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Shelter Island, New York
Location of Shelter Island, New York
► Suffolk County (406) ► Nassau County (240) ► Fairfield County, Connecticut (372) ► Middlesex County, Connecticut (112) ► New Haven County, Connecticut (355) ► New London County, Connecticut (239) ► Washington County, Rhode Island (45)
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|Members of Provincial Congress
Lived In This House, Built in 1743,
Which Remained in Havens Family Until 1925. — — Map (db m154500) HM|
|Joe Klenawicus first flew his Pietenpol Air Camper here in 1936.
His brother Frank first flew his Fleet Biplane here in 1950.
They promoted general aviation for over 70 years and began
a continuing tradition. — — Map (db m154447) HM|
|Established about 1800. Famous Schooner "Paragon" which
ran blockade in 1804 during the Napoleonic Wars was built here. — — Map (db m154451) HM|
|Built 1743. Also of Church Building
Dedicated July, 1817 and Burned February, 1934. — — Map (db m154502) HM|
|Destroyed By Fire January 1828.
Also Site of Old Town Hall — — Map (db m154504) HM|
|Erected in 1875 in Early Camp Meeting Grove.
Oldest Public Edifice on Island.
Open Each Summer for Ecumenical Christian Worship — — Map (db m154499) HM|