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Bridgehampton Historical Society Archives
2539a Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Bridgehampton Historical Society Archives features hundreds of historical photographs, books and documents chroniclingMore the history the Bridgehampton. The society preserves details about the community and hosts several annual events.
Shelter Island Historical Society
16 Rt-114, Shelter Island, NY 11964
With a mission of researching, preserving, and teaching local history, the Shelter Island Historical Society offers aMore historic house, a barn and educational displays and programs. The renovated Havens barn is also available for events and is reportedly the site where George Washington celebrated his birthday in 1792. Check the website for a calendar of upcoming events.
North Sea Burial Ground
Millstone Brook Rd & N Sea Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
Southampton Town and The Southampton Historical Museum partnered in 2009 to restore and preserve the historic North SeaMore Burial Ground. The museum has legal stewardship over the cemetary, which has graves dating back centuries.
John David Rose, PC
5 Main St, Southampton, NY 11968
John David Rose is a residential and commercial architectural firm. It also offers services for historical preservationMore and renovation. A gallery of its custom-created homes is available to view online. 
Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk
1976 N Sea Rd, Southampton, NY 11968

The Conscience Point Historic Site and Nature Walk, next to the Conscience Point Marina, is a property of theMore Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center at the north end of North Sea Road.

A marker at the end of the nature trail commemorates the early English settlers that came ashore near there in 1640. The trail leads through a native marine grassland composed of little bluestem grass, switchgrass, poverty grass, hairgrass and prickly pear cactus, all of which support the local bird population of native grasshopper sparrows, eastern meadowlarks, savannah sparrows and bobolinks. The refuge also supports endangered and threatened species.

The museum asks that visitors preserve the land by staying on the trail and not leaving any refuse behind.

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