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Bayside
Bayside
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Bayside

Alison McKay
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Bayside

Alison McKay
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In rich, historic images, the unlikely story of Bayside and her founders comes to life.

In 1824, a wealthy shipping merchant by the name of Abraham Bell purchased 245 acres in the area now known as Bayside. He created an upper and lower farm, bisected them with a country lane now called Bell Boulevard, and with this Bayside began to develop. Over the generations, Bayside evolved from its beginnings as a rural farming community to a resort destination with lavish estates that lined the shore of Little Neck Bay. Later the town was transformed again into a commuter suburb touted by real estate developers for its scenic beauty and convenient location. Bayside chronicles the community's ever-changing history through this collection of vintage photographs culled from the Bayside Historical Society's archives.

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Publisher
Arcadia Publishing Inc.
Year
2008
ISBN
9781439620274
Topic
History
Subtopic
North American History

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