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This page is a Table of Contents for the Portrait Of A Lost Neighborhood web site. It is provided as an aid to help you find your way around our site. We hope that you enjoy this look into Huntington and Huntington Station’s past. We want to help bring to life again the stories and accomplishments of the lost community of Huntington Station. Preserving and sharing our past serves to enhance our future. Those who do not study history are destined to repeat it.


OUR MISSION
The purpose and goals of thePORTRAIT OF A LOST NEIGHBORHOOD website
Link to the Huntington Station historical book PORTRAIT OF A SMALL TOWN III
Link to contacting LOST NEIGHBORHOOD COMMITTEE members... a group dedicated to reclaiming the community spirit and revitalization of Huntington Station.


A SITE MAP
Table of Contents to help navigate the website


HUNTINGTON STATION HISTORY
How the hamlet of Huntington Station was born.
How Huntington Station Got Its Name
A link to photo of the original Indian Deed 1653


TIMELINE OF TOWN OF HUNTINGTON HISTORY

Significant dates in the history of the Town of Huntington from 1646-2000

A thought-provoking narrative by Dr. Eugene F. Ligotti. His interpretation of an imaginary
conversation with “Chief” Raseokan of the Matinecock Indians in 1653,the year they signed the
treaty, 1953, the year of Huntington’s Tercentenary Celebration and 1996, long after urban
renewal had changed Huntington Station forever


TIMELINE OF HUNTINGTON STATION COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING

Significant dates in the comprehensive planning stages for Huntington Station from
1867-2003 of all the plans and failed plans for Huntington Station

[as researched by Keith Brown, a local attorney and community activist.]


FRIENDS OF HUNTINGTON TRAIN STATION (FOHTS)

In the wake of destruction around the Huntington Station area, the Huntington Train Station, is still a lasting symbol of the spirit of the kind of people that formed our little communiity. . That is why today, this local community group [FOHTS], the Long Island Rail Road and the Town of Huntington have joined forces to beautify the one-hundred-year-old station house in the heart of Huntington Station.
The Founding Members of FOHTS
Our Mission of FOHTS
The History of Huntington Train Station 1909-2009
Our Accomplishments to date
Your Support Is Needed
NEWS Items


BOOKS
List of author’s 3 books on Huntington and Huntington Station containing more information on
Huntington and Huntington Station’s History.

PORTRAIT OF A SMALL TOWN I
PORTRAIT OF A SMALL TOWN II
PORTRAIT OF A SMALL TOWN III

A BOOK ORDER FORM to order books


ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Some life facts about Dr. Alfred V. Sforza, author of PORTRAIT OF A SMALL TOWN TRILOGY
Some life facts about Alfred A. Sforza . . . a Huntington Station icon a.k.a. “Freddie the Shoemaker”


LECTURES TO GO
Available lectures for groups interested in Town of Huntington History


LINKS
Links to other historic and interesting sites


MAPS
for future historical maps


HUNTINGTON STATION'S FUTURE
Updates on the Revitalization efforts for Huntington Station


HOW YOU CAN HELP

Photographs and Memories
Donate
Volunteer


HUNTINGTON SCHOOLS LOCAL HISTORY PROGRAMS

Programs in Huntington Schools using Huntington Station as a new historical topic for research and learning

PERSONAL INTERVIEWS
Both written and video interviews


CONTACT US

Contact information for the Lost Neighborhood Committee members.

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