"HUNTINGTON'S EARLIEST CHURCH" Stood on This Corner 1665 To 1715 When It Was Sold For 5 LBS, 2 Shillings.
LOCATION: Southwest Corner of Main Street and Spring Road.
" OLD HUNTINGTON GREEN HISTORIC DISTRICT" Original Settlements Area Known as the Town Spot. Founded in 1653.
LOCATION: Corner of Park Ave and New York Ave, Huntington.
'KELSEY OUTRAGE 1873" Reputed Barn Where Charles G. Kelsey Was Tarred And Feathered Before Being Murdered By Persons Unknown.
LOCATION: Platt Place off Spring Road Across from 40 Platt Place.
"THIMBLE FACTORY" Started on This Site By Ezra C. Prime 1837.
LOCATION: Route 25A ( West Main Street)
West of Intersection with Spring Road.
" SEWING & TRADE SCHOOL" Building erected in 1905 For School Established in 1881 to Teach Sewing; Later Manual Trades, English, Math, and Cooking. National Reg. Hist. Places
LOCATION: West Main Street at the present location of the Huntington Historical Society.
The Sewing & Trade School.
"OLD BURIAL HILL" Vandalized by American Loyalist Benj. Thompson, Later Count Rumford to Build Fort Golgotha 1782 After Hostilities Ceased.
LOCATION: West Main Street across from Huntington Historical Society.
The Old Burial Hill.
"DECLARATION OF RIGHTS" "That Every Freeman's Property is Absolutely His Own..." June 21, 1774
LOCATION: West Main Street, at the corner of Stewart Ave, in front of the old Town Hall.
The Declaration of Rights at the Old Town Hall.
"FIRE DEPARTMENT" This BLDG. Housed the First Motorized Fire Engines on L.I. and was the Site of the Huntington Fire Department from 1911 to 1958
LOCATION: West Main Street, just West of Stewart Ave.
Notice the painted over "Fire Dept" sign in gray.
"FIRST FIREHOUSE" This BLDG. Housed the Huntington Fire Department from its Construction in 1869 until the Department's move to Main Street in 1911.
150th Anniv. Comm.
LOCATION: 10 Wall Street, across from Finnegan's Restaurant and Taproom.
West Hills area of Huntington
"SITE OF WEST HILLS POST OFFICE" Established May 27, 1826. Josiah Rogers, First Postmaster.
Historian's Office 1986.
LOCATION: Corner of Woodoak Lane and Oakwood Road, North of Route 25A.
"SITE OF STONE FORT" Erected shortly after 1653 by Hunters from Huntington Village for Protection Against the Indians.
Bicentennial Committee 1975.
LOCATION: Northwest corner of West Hills Road and Chichester, Huntington. (West Hills area)
"NATHANIEL WHITMAN" Home and Burial Site of 2nd Lt. Nathaniel Whitman (1732-1804) of the Huntington Militia during the American Revolution.
LOCATION: 85 Chichester Road, Huntington. (West Hills area)
"PEACE AND PLENTY INN" Seventeenth Century Inn owned by the Chichester Family. Early Town Meetings held here.
Erected in 1992.
LOCATION: 97 Chichester Road, Huntington. ( West Hills area)
" MOUNTAIN MIST SPRING" Water Bottled and Sent to Montauk as a Cure for Yellow Fever for Returning Soldiers at the end of the Spanish American War 1898.
Erected in 1992.
LOCATION: Corner of Chichester Road and Sweet Hollow Road, Huntington. (West Hills area)
"WEST HILLS SCHOOL" Established in 18th Century, Used as a School until 1912.
Erected in 1992.
LOCATION: 79 Sweet Hollow Road, Huntington. ( West Hills area)
"Birthplace of Capt. Geo. Washington Brush Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for Valor During the Civil War.Born in this House in 1842.
LOCATION: 3 Sweet Hollow Road, Huntington. (West Hills area)
"HARTMANN HILL" Birthplace of Silas Wood, L.I. Historian and Congressman 1817-27. 100 Acre farm purchased 1891 by Peter Joseph Hartmann prominent architect for whom the area is named.
LOCATION: S.W. corner of Hartmann Hill Road and Jericho Turnpike, Huntington. ( West Hills area)
"COLYER HOUSE" Built 1819 by Walter Whitman Sr., Father of Walt Whitman, America's Poet Lauretta.
Erected in 1985.
LOCATION: Mount Misery Road, 500 feet North of Wesley Court, Huntington. (West Hills area)
" INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY" Of New Netherlands and the New England Confederation by the Treaty of Hartford.
Bicentennial Committee 1976.
LOCATION: Woodbury Road and Southwest Corner of Harbor Road, 10 Feet over the Nassau County Line into Suffolk County.
"JOSEPH LLOYD MANOR" Interior By Conn. House-Wrights in 1766-67 For Joseph Lloyd 1716-1780, Patriot Son of Henry Lloyd 1st Lord of the Manor.
Bicentennial Comm. 1976.
LOCATION: Lloyd Harbor Road at Entrance of Caumsett Park, Lloyd Harbor.
"LLOYD MANOR" Built by Henry Lloyd in 1711. Birthplace of Jupiter Hammon, America's First Black Poet, October 17th, 1711- ca. 1790.
LOCATION: Lloyd Harbor Road, just past Joseph Lloyd Manor, Lloyd Harbor.
"DIX HILLS" Here was Located the Wigwam of Dick Pechegan and the Fields that he Planted.
LOCATION: Deer Park Avenue, South of Northern Parkway, and Fox Meadow Drive, Dix Hills.
" COLTRANE HOME" Jazz Legend John Coltrane Lived Here from 1964 Until his Death in 1967. He Composed the Classic " A Love Supreme" Here. Saved From Demolition in 2004.
LOCATION: 247 Candlewood Path, Off of Karll's Straight Path, Dix Hills.
"HALF HOLLOW SCHOOL" Estab. 1895; One of Two Schools in Half Way Hollow Hills District. Used Until 1931, Then Converted to a Residence, Now Home to the Half Hollow Historical Assoc.
LOCATION: 5 Seamen Neck Road, Dix Hills.
The First Firehouse.
Site of the West Hills Post Office.
The Site of Stone Fort.
The Home and Burial Site of Nathaniel Whitman.
Site of The Peace and Plenty Inn.
Another addition to the Peace And Plenty Inn.
The Mountain Mist Spring.
West Hills School.
The birthplace of Capt. Brush
Colyer House in the distance
The International Boundary of New Netherlands.
The Joseph Lloyd Manor.
The Lloyd Manor.
Dix Hills Wigwam Located Here.
" SQUAM PIT PURCHASE" The Surrounding Area Was Purchased From the Secatogue Indians on December 16th, 1699.
Bicentennial Comm. 1977.
LOCATION: Corner of Straight Path ( Seamen Road) and Deek Park Road, Dix Hills.
The Coltrane Home in Dix Hills.
"L.I MOTOR PARKWAY" Remains of Last Parkway Bridge in Suffolk Co., 125' East. Constructed 1910 for Passage over 1st Limited Access Highway. Preserved in 2004.
Oxford Management Services 2004.
LOCATION: 135 Maxess Road, Melville.