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By Long Island July 31, 2020
The staff of Wertheim National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is excited to report that the nesting pair of bald eagles successfully fledged two eaglets this year.
By Ls Cohen July 29, 2020
Plane came across Atlantic to Pan American Airways base.
By Ls Cohen July 27, 2020
Rhonie was a pioneer in aviation during World War II.
By Ls Cohen July 24, 2020
Dirigible carried letters from the English King and Prime Minister, to the President of the United States.
By Ls Cohen July 22, 2020
LIRR publication touted the splendor of travel to Long Island.
By Ls Cohen July 21, 2020
Beacon Towers, since demolished, was built in 1918 by Alva Belmont.
By Ls Cohen July 20, 2020
Grumman was a huge part of NASA’s Apollo program.
By Long Island July 20, 2020
The American Airpower Museum Will Hold a Grand Re-opening Special Event
By Long Island July 17, 2020
The Tribeca Film Festival Drive-In series is bringing the big screen to Long Island
By Ls Cohen July 17, 2020
In 1911, a rich socialite and women's suffragist had the idea to teach girls the farm trade.
By Ls Cohen July 15, 2020
The USS Los Angeles (ZR-3) was said to be the most successful of all rigid airships operated by the U.S. Navy.
By Ls Cohen July 13, 2020
Event sought to promote science and industry on Long Island as well as traditional agriculture.
By Ls Cohen July 09, 2020
A gold cloth was bestowed on Mrs. Gardiner by Captain Kidd after he buried hid goods on her family’s island.
By Ls Cohen July 07, 2020
Block was also the first European explorer to enter Long Island Sound in the early 1600s.