|Title:||Silas Wood’s sketch of the town of Huntington, L.I.: From its first settlement to the end of the American Revolution.|
|Author:||Wood, Silas; Pelletreau, William Smith|
|Publisher:||New York : F. P. Harper|
|Digitizing sponsor:||Brigham Young University|
|Contributor:||Harold B. Lee Library|
This small manuscript of 63 pages provides an authoritative look at the early history of Huntington New York, from its first settlement to the end of the American revolution. Particularly fascinating to our Native American researchers is the history of the early interaction with the Matinecoes, the Massapeags, and the Secataugs.
- With facsimile t.-p. of original edition: A sketch of the geography of the town of Huntington … Washington, 1824.