The Three Villages: Then and Now
By Three Village Historical Society
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From its roots in the 17th century through the turbulence of the Revolutionary War, the Three Village community of New York faced the challenge of maintaining its own identity in a constantly shifting world. Working to balance history with progress, the Three Village Historical Society serves to promote a remembrance of the past while weaving new memories into the area's rich history. This publication represents the efforts of the society's history group, the Rhodes Committee.
Significant publications written by Society members include our two most recent works: “Images of America; The Setaukets: Old Field, and Poquott;” released in December 2005, and “Images of America: Stony Brook (2003);” “William Sidney Mount: Family, Friends, and Ideas (1999)” is sold in gift shops at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New-York Historical Society, and other major cultural institutions throughout the five boroughs and on Long Island. Invaluable reference books on local history and culture include “The Three Village Guidebook;2002” “Setauket: The First Three Hundred Years;1980 second edition” and “Discover Setauket: Brookhaven’s Original Settlement (1994); and “The Sailing Circle; 19th Century Seafaring Women from New York (1995),” written by Joan Druett and Mary Anne Wallace and published in cooperation with the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum, earned the Three Village Historical Society the The Award of Merit (1996) from the American Association of State and Local History (AASLH).