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Manhasset
A Long Island Heritage Town: Manhasset / [No author]. Long Island Heritage, [no vol.]; p.5-8; Oct. 1985.
A long article about the history of Manhasset, from the founding of the town to present day. Includes information about various buildings and places that make Manhasset unique. Images included: The Plandome Mill (1693); The Hill and Valley Fire House; Manhasset's original LIRR Station; Trestle Bridge; The Onderdonk House; first Manhasset Public School; Mud House; Shelter Rock.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset
Creating a New County: Nassau / E. Smits. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 11, No. 2; p.129-144; Spring 1999.
The history and creation of Nassau County, with slight notations on the formation of Queens County as well. Towns are noted as having had an impact on how the county was founded. Information dates back to 1784.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Manhasset
Manhasset Highlights / D. Grant. Long Island Forum, Vol. 4, No. 5; p.97-98, 100; May. 1941.
A brief article that focuses on the founding of Manhasset, and the Dutch influence from it's founding in 1643 (approx). It also focuses on the influence the town had on the surrounding areas. It discusses the Dutch Reformed Church, the "White House," and the first school building of the area. Other information includes the town's first newspaper, and other historical information.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset
The Lives and Identities of the Indians of Shelter Island, 1652-1835 / J. Witek. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 4, No. 2; p.173-184; Spring 1992.
The detailed history of the Native Americans on Long Island, specifically the Montauk Indians of Shelter Island. Article goes over the burial grounds, pottery, and the political points.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Manhasset -- African Americans
Friends in the Spirit: African Americans and the Challenge to Quaker Liberalism, 1776-1915 / L. Day. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 10, No. 1; p.1-16; Fall 1997.
The history of Quakers on Long Island. The primary focus of the article is on Quaker involvement in abolishing slavery on Long Island, as well as the work in helping slaves escape. The article also describes how Quakers have influenced various towns on Long Island.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Manhasset -- Architecture
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


Manhasset -- Churches
The Congregational Church-43 Years of Service / H. York. Long Island Heritage, [no vol.]; p.12; Oct. 1985.
A quick article about a 43 year old church and it's service to Manhasset.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Civil War
Brooklyn and Long Island Sanity Fair: 1864 / H. Styker-Rodda. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 4, No. 1; p.1-17; Winter 1964.
During the midlist of the Civil War, women in Brooklyn and New York City held Sanitary fairs to raise money to aid the families of those fighting. Many towns on Long Island held smaller versions of the Brooklyn and New York Sanity Fair, and they each raised a substantial sum of money.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Manhasset -- Indians of North America
The Indians of Long Island (part 1) / J. Morice. Long Island Forum, Vol. 7, No. 1; p.11-13; Jan. 1944.
A very detailed article about various Native American tribes and their impact on the first Long Island settlers. The article gives details on what happened to the Native Americans as the Dutch and English settlers moved into Long Island. It also discusses how specific towns have come to be named after the Native Americans that once inhabited them.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Indians of North America
The Indians of Long Island (part 2) / J. Morice. Long Island Forum, Vol. 7, No. 2; p.11-13; Feb. 1944.
The second part of a very detailed article about various Native American tribes and their impact on the first Long Island settlers. The article gives details on what happened to the Native Americans as the Dutch and English settlers moved into Long Island. It also discusses how specific towns have come to be named after the Native Americans that once inhabited them.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Indians of North America
The Indians of Long Island (part 5) / J. Morice. Long Island Forum, Vol. 7, No. 5; p.89-90, 94; May. 1944.
A very detailed article about various Native American tribes and their impact on the first Long Island settlers. The article gives details on what happened to the Native Americans as the Dutch and English settlers moved into Long Island. It also discusses how specific towns have come to be named after the Native Americans that once inhabited them. This article contains more history before coming to the 1936 conclusion.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Indians of North America
The Indians of Long Island (part 6) / J. Morice. Long Island Forum, Vol. 7, No. 6; p.109-112; Jun. 1944.
A very detailed article about various Native American tribes and their impact on the first Long Island settlers. The article gives details on what happened to the Native Americans as the Dutch and English settlers moved into Long Island. It also discusses how specific towns have come to be named after the Native Americans that once inhabited them. This discusses the 1700s in more depth, and how the Indians assimilated into European culture.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Indians of North America
The Indians of Long Island (part 7) / J. Morice. Long Island Forum, Vol. 7, No. 7; p.131-134; Jul. 1944.
A very detailed article about various Native American tribes and their impact on the first Long Island settlers. The article gives details on what happened to the Native Americans as the Dutch and English settlers moved into Long Island. It also discusses how specific towns have come to be named after the Native Americans that once inhabited them. An article that details the Indians of the 18th and 19th century, the involvement of former President Jefferson, and some notations about the Indian languages.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Plandome Manor
Plandome Manor / [No author]. Long Island Heritage, [no vol.]; p.9; Oct. 1985.
A quick article about the incorporation of the Village Plandome Manor in Manhasset, and how it came to be part of Long Island History.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Preservation
Historic Preservation on Long Island / E. Smits. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 4, No. 2; p.1-8; Spring 1964.
A very short article with heavy detail about what buildings and historic places on Long Island that should be preserved. Special notes are made for specific towns. In Manhasset, the preservation society worked on the Mitchell House, saving it from destruction.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Manhasset -- Sanitary Commission
From the Domestic to the Public Arena: Long Island in the U.S. Sanitary Commission / S. Roff/D. DiMartino. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 11, No. 2; p.161-177; Spring 1999.
A brief article about how women influenced the 1860's sanitary commission in Long Island. It started in Brooklyn, but expanded to the rest of the island during the Civil War.
Illustrations or Maps: No


Manhasset -- Shelter Rock
The Legend of Shelter Rock / M. Minturn. Long Island Heritage, [no vol.]; p.9; Oct. 1985.
A very quick article about Shelter Rock, a natural formation in the Hempstead area that was scouted in the mid-17th century.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Manhasset -- Vikings
The Vikings on Long Island / F. Pohl. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 6, No. 4; p.1-8; Fall 1966.
A historical account of the landing of Vikings on Long Island, dating from the 1400s. He induced some biographical accounts of Leif Karlsefni, a famous Viking. The author lists several towns that played an important role in Karlsefni's mapping of Long Island.
Illustrations or Maps: No



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