Historic Photos of Long Island

Historic Photos of Long Island

by Joe Czachowski (Text by)


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Historic Photos of Long Island by Joe Czachowski

The largest island in the continental United States, Long Island comprises Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk counties. With a rich history that has included American Indian tribes such as the Massapequa, Shinnecock, and Quogue, among others; colonists from England and the Netherlands; and immigrants who arrived by way of Ellis Island; Long Island thrives today on its wealth of industry, agriculture, natural beauty, and the contributions of its nearly eight million residents. Those very attributes are showcased in this volume, Historic Photos of Long Island. From the lighthouse at Montauk, to the growth of the Long Island Rail Road, to the factories of Long Island City, the breadth, contrasts, and vitality of the Island through a century of its life shine forth in the black-and-white images collected here. Windmills and tide mills, potatoes and oysters, aviators and fishermen—all are a part of the Island’s history, and all are represented vividly among the nearly 200 images seen in Historic Photos of Long Island.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781684420650
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/01/2008
Series: Historic Photos Series
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Joe Czachowski grew up in Newark, New Jersey, and attended Kean University, leaving after one year. He worked in Belleville, New Jersey, for 20 years in quality control before the company relocated. Awarded a grant to continue his education, he graduated in 2000 with a BA in history. Following his wife's passing, he returned to school and graduated in 2003 with a master of arts in liberal studies. He worked as a graduate assistant on an oral history project dealing with Vietnam veterans and used his interviews to make a documentary film as his thesis, titled Vietnam: Much Confusion, the Search for Relief. He now teaches at Kean University and at Ocean County College. He resides in New Jersey with his son Kevin.
He has written Historic Photos of Jersey Shore and Historic Photos of Hoboken, both available from Turner Publishing.

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