Long Island History
- Bohemia Historical Society
Learn the history of the town of Bohemia and the origins of its people. The website also has an events schedule and information on how to become a member of the historical society.
- Historic Long Island
Historic Long Island is your ultimate resource for all your mansion and historical needs on Long Island. This website also includes an events calendar.
- Historic Oakdale
Historic Oakdale is a collection of digitized postcards and photographs documenting the history of Oakdale, Long Island. Drawn from the holdings of Dowling College Library's Archives and Special Collections, these images range in age from the late 1800's to the mid 20th century and capture the rise of the great estates along Long Island's South Shore, as well as the development of a small rural community.
- Listening Tour of South Shore History
The Listening Tour of South Shore History contains interviews and stories about the research and preservation of Long Island. The interviews are part of the ongoing Dowling Library omnibus podcast.
- Local Native Americans
A cultural history of both the Shinnecock and Montauk Indian Tribes. This website includes a painting and photograph exhibition and information on the Indian Pow Wow.
- Long Island Oddities
Long Island Oddities features pictures and histories of abandoned buildings and assorted oddities. These oddities include roadside attractions and eateries, cemeteries, and local UFO sightings.
- Metoac History
The Metoac Indians were a collective grouping of the tribes on Long Island. This website provides the names, sub-nations, and villages that were included in the Metoac tribes. Also included is a short history and a brief description of their culture.
- Suffolk Historical Societies
The Suffolk County Clerk's Office has put together a list of all Suffolk County historical and preservation societies. There are also links to record groups, a repository directory, and a historical library.