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South Haven -- Church history
Church Days During Revolution (Part 3 of SHHC) / G. Borthwick. Long Island Forum, Vol. 2, No. 8; p.9-10, 18; Aug. 1939.
This article finishes the South Haven Church article by Borthwick in previous editions. This article focuses exclusively on the role that the South Haven Church played in the Revolutionary War, and how it's role impacted surrounding areas.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


South Haven -- Church history
South Haven's Historic Church / G. Borthwick. Long Island Forum, Vol. 2, No.6; p.9-10, 21-22; Jun. 1939.
A very detailed article about the history of Brookhaven and the subsequent town of South Haven, and the historic church that lays at the center. The article details the history of the church since it's conception in 1655 to modern day views. It also goes in to detail about how the church influenced Brookhaven and the surrounding areas.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


South Haven -- Church history
South Haven's Historic Church (Part 2) / G. Borthwick. Long Island Forum, Vol. 2, No. 7; p.9-10, 20-21; Jul. 1939.
A more detailed focus on the Brookhaven area and the South Haven Church. The article goes into great detail of how the South Haven Church has influenced the surrounding areas. It is an article that is continued into a third part.
Illustrations or Maps: No


South Haven -- Church history
The Patchogue Congregational Church (part 1) / F. Overton. Long Island Forum, Vol. 6, No. 6; p.103-106; Jun. 1943.
A detailed article about the history of the Patchogue Congregational Church and it's relationship to the town. The church was founded in January 1743, and is still in session today. The first part of the article covers the founding of the Church until about 1765.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes



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