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  1. Lost Amusement Parks of New York City: Beyond Coney Island (English Edition)

    A historical tour of fun and frolic in the five boroughs—including photos from the good old days.   Coney Island is an iconic symbol of turn-of-the-century New York—but many other amusement parks have thrilled the residents of the five boroughs.   Strategically placed at the end of trolley lines, railways, public beaches, and waterways, these playgrounds for the rich and poor alike first appeared in 1767. From humble beginnings, they developed into huge sites like Fort George, Manhattan’s massive amusement complex. Each park was influenced by the culture and eclectic tastes of its owners and patrons—from the wooden coasters at Staten Island’s Midland Beach to beer gardens on Queens’ North Beach and fireworks blasting from the Bronx’s Starlight Park.   As real estate became more valuable, these parks disappeared. With this historical tour, you can rediscover the thrills of the past from the lost amusement parks of New York City.

  2. Hidden History of South Jersey: From the Capitol to the Shore (English Edition)

    South Jersey is perhaps best known for its beachside boardwalks, glitzy Atlantic City hotels and blueberry farms, but behind these iconic symbols are the overlooked tales that are unique to New Jersey. While much of Harriet Tubman's life is well known, her time in Cape May is usually overlooked by biographers. Few know that the classic American drive-in movie theaters were born in South Jersey. Even the famous Wildwood, with its distinctive Doo-Wop architecture, hides forgotten stories: at the height of its popularity, this shore town was hosting some of the country's first rock-and-roll acts. Often overshadowed by its more urban northern counterpart, South Jersey nonetheless has a hidden past. In this collection, author Gordon Bond uncovers the most intriguing of these tales.

    • ASIN: B00XRCX9FQ
  3. Haunted Lower Eastern Shore: Spirits of Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties (Haunted America) (English Edition)

    Sun, sand, sea . . . and spirits. Maryland’s east coast is a great place to relax—and get scared to death.   Strange lights float in the Pocomoke Forest, withering houses decay in lonely fields and spirits linger along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. The eerie landscape of Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore teems with stories of the supernatural. A spectral candle moves past a window at the Teackle Mansion in Princess Anne, while the friendly ghost of old Rock makes his presence known at the Headquarters Firehouse in Salisbury. At the headwaters of the Pocomoke River, Snow Hill’s sprawling River House echoes with phantom footsteps that hint at a sad history. Author and guide Mindie Burgoyne uncovers the mysteries and ghost lore of one of the state’s most haunted regions.   Includes photos!

    • ASIN: B01M9CTRM3
  4. Haunted Eastern Shore: Ghostly Tales from East of the Chesapeake (Haunted America) (English Edition)

    Terrifying tales of the ghosts that roam the marshes, swamps, and waterways of the nine counties on Maryland’s eastern shore.   They walk beside the murky waters of the Chesapeake Bay, linger among the fetid swamps and roam the manor halls. These are the tormented souls who refuse to leave the sites of their demise. From pitiless smugglers to reluctant brides, the ghostly figures of the Eastern Shore are at once terrifying and tragic. Mindie Burgoyne takes readers on a spine-tingling journey as she recounts the grisly events at the Cosden Murder Farm and the infamous legend of Patty Cannon. Tread the foggy lanes of Kent Manor Inn and linger among Revolutionary War dead to discover the otherworldly occupants of Maryland’s most haunted shore.   Includes photos!   “A compilation of tales of hauntings and mysteries in the Eastern Shore area . . .The response to the book was so overwhelming, Burgoyne began organizing bus tours that travel to the sites, allowing her fans to see firsthand the location of the hauntings.” —Cumberland Times-News

    • ASIN: B00XRVL0TO
  5. Maryland Women in the Civil War: Unionists, Rebels, Slaves & Spies (Civil War Series) (English Edition)

    On July 9, 1864, young Mamie Tyler crouched in a cellar as Union sharpshooters above traded volleys with Confederate forces. After six excruciating hours, she emerged to nurse the wounded from the Battle of Monocacy. This was life in a border state and the terrifying reality for the women of Maryland. Western Maryland experienced some of the worst carnage of the war, and women turned their homes into hospitals for the wounded of Antietam, South Mountain and Gettysburg. In Baltimore, secessionists such as Hetty Carry fled arrest by Union troops. The Eastern Shore's Anna Ella Carroll plotted military strategy for the Union, and Harriet Tubman led hundreds of slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Author Claudia Floyd draws on letters and memoirs to chronicle their stories and present a fascinating and nuanced portrait of Maryland women in the Civil War.

    • ASIN: B00XR9NZTO
  6. A Brief History of Rockville Centre: The History and Heritage of a Village (English Edition)

    The village of Rockville Centre is a suburban haven on Long Island. Beginning in the eighteenth century with families like the DeMotts, this small farming community quickly grew. Ship captains left their families here while they sailed, and the arrival of the South Shore Railroad brought the wealthy from New York City. Residents established churches, schools, restaurants, newspapers, hotels and shops. Some of these, like the English Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity and the Fortnightly Women�s Club, are still part of Rockville Centre�s vibrant community. As the village continues to grow, the legacy of its past preserves its tight knit atmosphere. Local author Marilyn Devlin presents Rockville Centre�s unique history in these pages.

    • ASIN: B00XR20BA2
  7. Chesapeake's Western Shore: Vintage Vacationland (Images of America) (English Edition)

    In 1952, the Chesapeake Bay Bridge opened for travelers in Maryland and created unprecedented access from the mainland to the Eastern Shore and the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Before then, the Chesapeake Bay itself was the �seaside� for residents of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Popular bay-side vacation spots sprang up in Maryland during the late 1800s and early 1900s, and began to transform the rural fringes of the Chesapeake�s Western Shore. People journeyed by railroad, steamboat, and automobile to escape the sweltering city summers and to swim, fish, and boat along the bay. Amusement parks, casinos, and dance halls enlivened the scene. Developers actively promoted the sale of summer cottages near resort areas that dotted the Patapsco, Magothy, Severn, and South Rivers, as well as the open bay, and laid the roots for many communities that still exist today. The images presented in this book evoke a shared heritage in the pleasures of the Chesapeake Bay and depict an era that triggered permanent changes along its shores.

    • ASIN: B009ACCMPA
  8. Fire Island Lighthouse: Long Island's Welcoming Beacon (Landmarks) (English Edition)

    The first Fire Island Lighthouse was constructed in 1826 after numerous shipwrecks along the barrier island. A replacement tower built in 1858 incorporated innovations in lighthouse design such as the Fresnel lens. Vessels anchored offshore, known as lightships, augmented the lighthouse for many years. The Coast Guard shut down the site in 1973. Through the efforts of the Fire Island Lighthouse Preservation Society and the National Park Service, the beautiful structure was meticulously restored and the tower relit in 1986. Along with a selection of wonderful color photographs depicting the grandeur of the lighthouse, author Bill Bleyer charts the history of Long Island's cherished Fire Island Lighthouse.

    • ASIN: B074P9ZT9T
  9. Oakdale (Images of America) (English Edition)

    When Oakdale began in the 1680s, it was a woodland wilderness. Following the American Revolution, farmers cleared and worked the land. �Oyster King� Jacob Ockers and his men followed, working the bay. The railroad ushered in wealthy sportsmen to the South Side Sportsmen�s Club. Some of these men, like William K. Vanderbilt and William Bayard Cutting, stayed and built palaces for their families. The scene changed starting in the 1920s, bringing flappers, artists, bootleggers, and Broncho Charlie, the last living Pony Express rider. The former mansions of the well-to-do now served as homes to a military academy and a religious cult, while still retaining their turn-of-the-century style.

    • ASIN: B0099JISMA
  10. Remembering Jersey Shore

    Rare Book

    • ASIN: 1596526599

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2018 Holiday Hoopsgiving: Meadowcreek vs. South Shore (NY)

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Fall Run Surfcasting on the South Shore - Long Island, NY

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On this outing I went fishing on the south shore of LI in hopes of seeing blitzing bass all up and down the beach but it was exactly the opposite haha. I started fishing in the morning and didnt get a single bite so i decided to take a mid day break and go back out in the afternoon. The second ha...

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"Everybody's Not Ready For That Life" NY Public School vs Private School RIVALRY Is CRAZY!

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Two storied basketball programs. One is a public school taking the city by storm. The other is a storied Catholic school with a number of NBA alumni. South Shore out of Brooklyn and Christ The King out of Queens will battle it out for bragging rights on December 9th at the Battle In The Apple at ...

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BONITO and lots of SHAD - Surf Fishing the South Shore - Long Island NY

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In this video i do some scouting on the south shore of Long Island. I went to the beach with full intentions of catching striped bass but unfortunately there didn't seem to be any signs of bass around on this day so i make the best out of the situation i was given. There was lots of bait around i...

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Long Island, NY South Shore Wicked Storm Surge 3/2/2018

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Limited Edition Merch A powerful nor'easter floods many streets in Broad Channel, NY and creates dangerous seas along the south shore of Long Island in the Rockaways. Shot Description Shot 1: A city worker stands in flood w...

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