eBook The South Fork: The land and the people of eastern Long Island download
by Everett T Rattray
Author: Everett T Rattray
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (1979)
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In the 17th century, key citizen Lion Gardiner befriended the Sachem Wyandanch but thereafter, inevitably, settlers and Indians clashed frequently. Until recently, when wealthy vacationers turned its beaches into plum real estate, the South Fork was a modest farming community, a backwater of die-hard Democrats, glacial remains, and rugged weather.
THE biographical notes on Everett T. Rattray are brief, announcing little . The Land and the People of Eastern Long Island. Rattray are brief, announcing little more than that he has lived his life in East Hampton, with absences for attendance at Dartmouth College, the Navy and the Columbia University School of Journalism. By Everett T. Rattray. It is worth mentioning that Everett Rattray is the publisher of a remarkable community newspaper founded in 1885 the East Hampton Star - a paper he has been involved with since he was 12, when he worked after school as a printer's devil. A notable feature of the parer is its letters column, in which South Fork townsfolk chime in with their gripes and opinions.
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And, in the early 1980s, the heiress Adelaide de Menil Carpenter-who later donated several historic buildings to serve as the new Town Hall complex in the Village of East Hampton-conducted several hours of interviews on the culture; those tapes now can be found in the East Hampton Library. The East Hampton High School sports teams are called The Bonackers. The South Fork: The Land and the People of Eastern Long Island.