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North Haven (New Haven, New York)

North Haven (New Haven, New York)
Beginnings: The earliest recorded reference to Hog Neck, as North Haven was first called by white settlers, was in 1641 when town records showed an order to residents on the east side of Hog Neck to fence in their property to guard against the danger of "cattle and hogs astray.'' On Oct. 3, 1665, the Indians sold Hog Neck to Southampton officials known as freeholders, "forever reserving liberty of hunting and fishing and fowling.''
Photo: Shelter Island South Ferry service between North Haven and Shelter Island. (Newsday / Daniel Goodrich )
Beginnings: The earliest recorded reference to Hog Neck, as North Haven was first called by white settlers, was in 1641 when town records showed an order to residents on the east side of Hog Neck to fence in their property to guard against the danger of "cattle and hogs astray.'' On Oct. 3, 1665, the Indians sold Hog Neck to Southampton officials known as freeholders, "forever reserving liberty of hunting and fishing and fowling.''
Photo: Shelter Island South Ferry service between North Haven and Shelter Island. (Newsday / Daniel Goodrich )
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  • Unions are not the answer

    Unions are not the answer
    I take issue with much of Lane Windham's recent commentary ("If not labor unions, then what?" Jan. 29) beginning with the fundamental premise that it was the unions that provided us with economic redistribution. Like many other academicians, Ms. Windham confuses correlation with causation throughout her thought process. The simple presence of unions in the United States during our rise as the undisputed economic world leader does not establish them as the cause of a better or fairer distribution of wealth.
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    'American Idol' recap: Season premiere
    "American Idol"kicked off its 11th season with a retrospective feel as it took us back to 2002 and reminded us of the moment when waitress Kelly Clarkson won the inaugural season. Video clips of Idol hopefuls as kids performing were flashed before our...

    Kenneth W. Davis

    Kenneth W. Davis
    Kenneth W. Davis, a retired Boy Scouts of America official who was active in the affairs of Severna Park United Methodist Church, died Tuesday at St. Agnes Hospital. The longtime Severna Park resident was 84. The son of a garage owner and a homemaker,...