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Lloyd Neck
The Account Books of Henry Lloyd of the Manor of Queens Village / R. Bailey. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 2, No. 1; p.26-49; Spring 1962.
Primarily an article about Henry Lloyd and Queens Village Manor (an estate connected to the English Court through Governor pensions), how important the records that Lloyd kept are to Genealogy the history of what is Lloyd's Neck, Long Island. The Manor is located between Huntington and Oyster Bay. See printing of the account books in Vol. 5, No. 3, Summer 1965, pgs. 30-34.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Lloyd Neck -- Architects
Long Island Country Houses and Their Architects: 1860-1940 / R. MacKay. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 6, No. 2; p.168-190; Spring 1994.
A detailed and long article about the various architecture of the important Long Island towns. It also talks about the development of Long Island in general, especially after wars. The article doesn't go over each town's detail, but rather talks about how different and unique Long Island architectural development is compared to other towns. It also gives a run-down of important architectural figures.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Lloyd Neck -- Maps
Long Island Triangulated: Nineteenth-Century Maps and Charts of the U.S. Coast Survey / D. Allen. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 6, No. 2; p.191-207; Spring 1994.
An article about 19th century map-making of Long Island by Ferdinand Hassler. Hassler was commissioned by President Jefferson to make a complete and accurate survey of the Shore of Long Island. He used several larger towns as points of references. Images included.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Lloyd Neck -- Privateering
Privateering by Long Islanders in the American Revolution / C. Nelson. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 11, No. 1; p.25-34; Fall 1974.
A very short article about how Privateering changed the course of the American revolution when Admiral Lord Howe landed on Long Island. Mostly an overview, focusing on a few key figures, but mentions three important towns where standoffs or confirmations occurred.
Illustrations or Maps: No



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