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09/09/16 2:00pm
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Shown in a brochure photo, the Manhanset House ­— which opened in 1874 on the bluff just east of Locust Point and was expanded after an 1896 fire — was destroyed when lighting struck and it burned to ashes just weeks before it was to open for the 1910 season, leaving unmoored its colony of cottages that eventually became the Village of Dering Harbor.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
The Manhanset House ­— which opened in 1874 on the bluff just east of Locust Point — was destroyed when lighting struck and it burned to ashes in 1910, leaving a colony of cottages that eventually became the Village of Dering Harbor.

One hundred years ago, on September 9, 1916, a clerk with flawless penmanship recorded in a leather-bound poll book the names of 10 incorporators — seven men and three women, most of them of significant social standing — who brought into being New York State’s smallest municipality, the Village of Dering Harbor. (more…)

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06/08/16 4:30pm

 

COURTESY PHOTO

COURTESY PHOTO

An exciting piece of sailing history is docking in Greenport this week.

A replica of the schooner ship America, which won the first-ever America’s Cup race in 1851, will spend Thursday and Friday, June 9 and 10, in the village as part of its cross-country tour.

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