By Richard Panchyk,Steve Levy
When eu explorers arrived on lengthy Island’s southeastern-most shorelines within the 17th century, they shared the land with the Montauket and Shinnecock Indians. The South Fork remained quite rural till the railroad arrived within the 1870s. during this pictorial background, Richard Panchyk surveys how dramatically the panorama has replaced, from the recognized Montauk Lighthouse and iconic windmills to the sprawling mansions and splendid motels, and highlights the various outstanding figures who graced those seashores, together with big apple politicians and a plethora of artists and celebrities. Showcasing the South Fork’s recognized faces and areas, Panchyk finds this coastal community’s bygone era.
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101 Glimpses of the South Fork (Vintage Images) by Richard Panchyk,Steve Levy