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    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Battle of St. George's Manor

    • Revolutions; Campaigns & battles;
    • Four- page pamphlet, measuring 17.2 cm. x 24.2 cm. The contents of this pamphlet is an article entitled "Battle of St. George's Manor and the Burning of the Hay at Coram by Roland Lohse reprinted by Thomas R. Bayles in 1971 from the Long Island...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • 9/11 Memorial Garden, Long Beach

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Gardens
    • View of the 9/11 Memorial Garden at Beech St. and Virginia Ave. in Long Beach. Pictured at center is a stone-mounted iron sculpture of the World Trade Center. The garden is dedicated to those from the Barrier Island who lost their lives on...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • 9/11 Memorial Garden, Long Beach

    • Browne-Radburn, Bettina B; Carlo, Michael; Hatton, Terence; Hoffman, Stephen; Kiefer, Michael; Levin, Neil; Lucania, Charles P.; Maerz, Noell; Manning, Terence; Marino, Ken; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; Police--New York (State)--New...
    • View of "Garden of Remembrance" sign in the 9/11 Memorial Garden at Beech St. and Virginia Ave. in Long Beach. The sign lists the names of those from the Barrier Island who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • 9/11 Memorial Garden, Long Beach

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Gardens; Sculptures
    • View of stone-mounted iron sculpture of the World Trade Center. The sculpture is located in the 9/11 Memorial Garden at Beech St. and Virginia Ave. in Long Beach. The garden is dedicated to those from the Barrier Island who lost their lives on...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...

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