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Legends of Fire Island beach and the South Side

by Edward R. Shaw

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Published by Lovell, Coryell & company in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Edward Richard Shaw
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.S535 L
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p.
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24654726M
LC Control Number12012216

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investigate which name—Great South Beach or Fire Island—was proper. The Board made a study and found, in decision list no. made on Febru , that while the barrier beach was known to more people as Fire Island both names were correct. For all practical purposes, however, the naming of the Fire Island National Seashore in ren-.   Former curator of the Ocean Beach Historical Society, Shoshanna McCollum is a freelance writer who has won awards with the New York State Press Association and Press Club of Long Island. Gerard Stoddard, who sat as president of the Fire Island Association for an unprecedented 24 years, contributes the book's foreword.


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Legends of Fire Island beach and the South Side by Edward R. Shaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

Legends of Fire Island Beach and the South Side Paperback – Septem by Edward Richard Shaw (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Edward Richard Shaw.

Legends of Fire Island Beach and the South Side Contents: The pot of gold -- The bogy of the beach -- The mower's phantom -- Enchanted treasure -- The money ship -- Widow Molly -- The mineral-rod. Language: English: LoC Class: F United States local history: Atlantic coast. Middle Atlantic States: Subject: Legends -- New York (State.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shaw, Edward R. (Edward Richard), Legends of Fire Island beach and the South Side. New York: Lovell, Coryell & Co., © ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages illustrations 19 cm.

Contents: The pot of goldThe bogy of the beachThe mower's phantomEnchanted treasureThe money shipWidow MollyThe mineral-rod. COVID Resources.

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Keyano College Access from Gale. Some of the stories are well known, such as The Face in the Rigging, which tells of the doomed ship, Louis V. Place that went aground off the Fire Island Coast in February Other stories may contain more obscure nuggets of Fire Island history, based upon the extensive research the author did in the course of writing the s: 5.

Fire Island is the large center island of the outer barrier islands parallel to the south shore of Long Island, New onally, the name is used to refer collectively to not only the central island, but also Long Beach Barrier Island, Jones Beach Island, and Westhampton Island, since the straits which separate these islands areHurricane Sandy once again divided Fire.

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Discovery Ridge At the rock pool on the beach shaded by stone Camp Fire Castaway’s Remains Collapsed Monolithic Head to the South Hidden cave on the West beach Rock Pass Guarded by Sea Life Rock pass through the small island to the West Source of the River Stream Watcher Made of Stone Arrow Felled Pirate in the West Narrow Crevasse Dawn of.

- Explore Fire Island's board "Vintage Fire Island", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Fire island, Island, Saltaire pins. This secluded island is all about defining your own fun at the beach. Picking the right hotel on Fire Island starts with picking the location that suits your lifestyle.

Many Fire Island visitors are looking for either hotels in the gay resort destination of The Pines and Grove or the more family oriented and straight singles areas of Ocean Beach. beach and nightlife, ocean beach is a the only straight island of fire island." "Each day spent pulling the cart full of deck chairs to the Ocean Beach (Fair Harbour);body boarding and drinking a couple of Montauk Summer Ales in the sun.".

Fire Island tells the story of Trask, Grinnell and a host of other characters from the time in a gripping new historical novel from author John J. Stevens. Real historical facts and authentic people from the past are interwoven here with fictional people and events, in a Reviews: 7.

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Although Fire Island might be known for its rowdy and unique nightlife, this doesn’t mean that it isn’t a family-friendly island.

With over 32 miles of gorgeous white sand beaches, very few cars, friendly locals, a national forest, and stunning sunsets, Fire Island has all the makings for a fantastic family getaway from the hustle of the city.

I stummbled upon the book, "Fire Island:: Beach Resort and National Seashore", quite by accident and it opened my eyes to an amazing historical seashore world. So many different yet united aspects of life on the island, over the decades, is pictured Reviews: 7. Fast moving vacation read of a book.

Provides a glimpse into the empty lives of a set of characters in and Lots of sex and abandon, some drug use and current slang, references to New York settings and mores.

I picked up this book and its sequel CINDY ON FIRE for a buck.3/5(6). Sailors Haven Beach. Maintained by the National Seashore, Sailors Haven is a Fire Island Read More. Jack wanted to write Fire Island: Heroes & Villains on Long Island's Wild Shore after completing research for his earlier book, 13 Legends of Fire Island and the Great South Bay, a work of historical fiction.

He discovered that the true-to-life history of the beach Author: Jack Whitehouse.Fire Island National Seashore. Within this ever-changing elongated land mass called Fire Island National Seashore is New York's only designated Federal Wilderness area.

One can hike over its 20 miles of beach bordering the Atlantic, explore life in the dune-lands and see an ancient forest.Fire Island is small at only 32 miles! However, with no public roads, 32 miles can get really long. Knowing the topography of Fire Island is really important to understand where it is that you are visiting.

We have put together some basic maps here for you to use. The Fire Island Map.