WWW.DISSERTATION.XLIBX.INFO
FREE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY - Dissertations, online materials
 
<< HOME
CONTACTS



Pages:     | 1 |   ...   | 4 | 5 || 7 |

«HAER No. NY-134 Windmill at Water Mill Village of Water Mill Town of Southampton Suffolk Gounty New York PHOTOGRAPHS REDUCED COPIES OF MEASURED ...»

-- [ Page 6 ] --

99, For example, the Farris Mill, West'.Yarmouth, Mass, built before 1782, the "Old Mill," Nantucket, 1746 and Boyd Mill, Newport, R.I., 1810; see Wailes, "Notes," 106, 118, 124.

100. Buffet, "Some Long Island Windmills," 727.

–  –  –

102. Ibid.

103. Rex Wailes, "Windmills of Eastern Long Island," The Newcomen Society for the Study of the History of Engineering and Technology, Transactions, vol. XV (1934-1935), 150.

104. See Paxton and Hefner,"Hook Windmill," item no. 7, p. 1; Paxton and Hefner, "Hayground Windmill," item no. 7, p. 1; Paxton and Hefner, "Beebe Windmill, " item no. 7, p. 1.

105. Buffet,"Some Long Island Windmills," 727.

–  –  –

Books and Articles Adams, James Truslow. Memorials of Old Bridgehampton.

Bridgehampton, N.Y.: privately printed, 1916.

Beers, F.W. Atlas of Long Island. New York: Beers, Comstock & Cline, 1873, map #188.

Buffet, Edward P. "Some Long Island Windmills," American Machinist, vol. 49, no. 16 (October 17, 1918), 725-729.

Dobson, Meade C. "Long Island Windmills," letter to the editor, New York Sun (September 13, 1933), 26.

Failey, Dean F. Long Island is my Nation: The Decorative Arts and Craftsmen, 1640-1830. Setauket, N.Y.: Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities, 1976.

"Famed and Historic L.I. Windmills Add Picturesque Flavor to Landscape," Brooklyn Daily Eagle (August 17, 1933), sec. M, 1.

Fox, William, Brooks, Bill"and Tyrwhitt, Janice. The Mill.

Boston, Mass.: New York Graphic Society, 1976.

Fleese, Stanley. Windmills and Millwrighting. New York;

Great Albion Books, 1971.

Gabriel, Ralph Henry. The Evolution of Long Island: A Story of Land and Sea. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1921; reissued, Port Washington, N.Y.: Ira J. Friedman, Inc., 1960.

Halsey, William Donaldson. Sketches from Local History.

Southampton, N.Y.: The Yankee Peddler Book Company, 1966, Hazard, Russelia J. Early Sag Harbor.: The Windmills. Sag Harbor, N.Y.: n7p?7 1975.

Heatley, Rose E. North Haven's 300 Years, 1665-1965.

North Haven, N.Y.: North Haven Village Improvement Society, Inc. and the Village of North Haven's 300th Anniversary, 1965.

Hedges, Henry P. Early Sag Harbor: an address before the Sag Harbor Historical Society, February 4," 1896. Sag Harbor, N.Y. : J. H. Hunt, 1902.

Howell, George Rogers. The Early History of Southampton, Long Island, New York. 2nd eoT Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons and Co., 1887.

WINDMILL AT WATER MILL

HAER No. NY-134 (page 51)

Bibliography (cont.)

Hyde, E. Belcher. Atlas of Suffolk County, L.I Ocean Shore, vol. 1. Brooklyn: E. Belcher Hyde, 1902, Plate #25.

Jagger, Charles A. "The Old Mill Hill Mill and Other Old Mills," The Southampton Magazine, vol. 1, no. 2 (Summer, 1912), 3-25.

"L.I. Windmill of 1800 Accepted for Museum," New York Herald Tribune (September 5, 1933), n.p., clipping in folder JJ7, East Hampton Free Library. (hereafter EHFL) "Many Old Windmills Add to the Visitors' Interest," The Lee Newspapers (May 11, 1939), 2.

"Old Windmills on Long Island," Sunrise Magazine (October, 1931), 16-17.

Rattray, Jeannette Edwards. The Old Hook Mill and other Old English Windmills of East Hampton, Long Island, New York and Vicinity, East Hampton, N.Y.: The Board of Trustees of the Village of East ^Hampton, 1966; reissued, 1974 (first published 1942)/_ Rawson» Marion Nicoll. Little'Old Mills. New York: E. P.

Dutton and Co., c. 1935.

"Reminders of L.I.'s Past," Newsday (November 12, 1958), sec. C, 11, Reynolds, John. Windmills and Watermills. New York, Praeger Publishers Inc., 1970.

Ruther, Frederick. Long Island Today. Hicksville, N.Y.:

The Essex Press, 1909.

"Samuel Corwith," Portrait and Biographical Record of. Suffolk County, (Long IslancTT^ New York: Chapman Publishing Co., 1896.

Sobin, Dennis P. Dynamics of Community Change: The Case of Long Island's Declining "Gold Coast." Port Washington, N.Y.: Ira"J. Friedman, Inc., 1968.

Voorhees, Jeane. "Our Wandering Windmills," The Hamptonian, supplement to Southampton Press (June 7, 1973), T.

WINDMILL AT WATER MILL

HAER No. NY-134 (page 52)

Bibliography (cont.)

–  –  –

White, Elizabeth H. "The Water Mill Windmill," Southampton Press (September 8, 1932), n.p., clipping in the Scrapbook, 655, Southampton Historical Society and Museum.

"Windmills of Long Island," New York Herald Tribune (August 10, 1930), 12.

Manuscripts "Address of Carlton Corwith at dedication of tablet placed on the old Windmill at Water Mill, Sept. 3, 1934." Typescript. In the possession of Mrs. Evelyn C. Hansen, Southampton, N.Y. (hereafter Hansen collection) Advertisement, Suffolk Gazette, June 24, 1805.

Assessment rolls, Town of Southampton, 1846, 1851-1896.

Southampton Town Assessor's Office, Town Hall, Southampton, N.Y.

Ayres, Marshall and Frances N., and Lombard, Josiah and Alice R.

Deed to Samuel Corwith, December 10, 1895, recorded April 27, 1898, Liber 467 of Deeds, 264-266. Suffolk County Clerk's Office. (hereafter SCCO) Brown, Geo, B. Bill to James Corwithe, February 11, 1846 in the possession of Miss Eleanor C. Corwith, Water Mill, N.Y. (hereafter Corwith collection) Brown, Geo. and Chas. Bill to James Corwithe, January 1,





1849. Corwith collection.

Burnet, John. Account Book, 1835-1839. Southampton Historical Society and Museum.

Caleb H. Corwith: One of the Pillars of the Church has Fallen."

ii

–  –  –

Corwithee, James. Bond to Stephen Howell, April 22, 1818.

Corwith collection.

, James. Mortgage to Stephen Howell, recorded April 22, 1818, Liber F of Mortgages, 256-258. SCCO.

Crews, Kenneth. "Gardiner Windmill," Historic American Engineering Record - Society for the Preservation of Long Island Antiquities survey report [hereafter HAER-SPLIA], August, 1975. SPLIA.

,"Pantigo Windmill," HAER-SPLIA survey report, August, 1975. SPLIA.

, "Windmill at Water Mill," HAER-SPLIA survey report, August, 1975. SPLIA.

Dobson, Meade C. "Windmill Data-1931." Typescript. EHFL.

Foster, B.F. Bill to James Corwithe, February 13, 1846.

Corwith collection.

Goodale, Howell. Deed to James Corwithe, October 15, 1818.

Corwith collection.

Halsey, Albert J. "Sequel to Hildreth Diaries," January,

1973. Typescript. In the possession of Mr, and Mrs.

Albert J, Halsey, Southampton, N.Y. (hereafter Halsey collection) Hefner, Robert J. "Gardiner's Island Windmill," HAEH-SPLIA report, August, 1977. Typescript. SPLIA.

and Paxton, Gregory B. "Beebe Windmill," HAER-SPLIA report, August, 1977. Typescript. SPLIA.

Hildreth, Daniel. Account Book, 1822-1854. Halsey collection.

. Daniel Hildreth's Book, Sept., 185 - April, 1868.

Typescript. Halsey collection.

. Diary of Daniel Hildreth III of Seven Ponds, 1800-1876. Typescript. Halsey collection.

Howell, Stephen. Assignment of bond to Silas, Mary and Abigail Corwithe, April 22, 1822. Corwith collection.

WINDMILL AT WATER MILL

HAER No. NY-134 (page 55)

Bibliography (cont.)

Howell, Stephen. Assignment of mortgage to Silas, Mary and Abigail Corwithe, April 22, 1822, recorded May 7, 1825, Liber J. of Mortgages, 147-148. SCCO.

Keyes, Edward L. Deed to Edward P. Morse, December 23, 1909, recorded January 23, 1910, Liber 712 of Deeds, 233-236. SCCO.

Ludlam, Jeremiah and Rebecca. Deed to James Corwithe, February 29, 1810. Unrecorded. Corwith collection.

Morse, Edward P. and Ada M. Deed to Irene Ann Coleman, September 25, 1929, recorded October 2, 1929, Liber 1460 of Deeds, 300-303. SCCO.

"Mortuary Records compiled by Members of the Southampton Colony Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution."

Typescript. EHFL.

Nuns of the Order of St. Dominic of the City of Brooklyn.

Deed to Ancell H. Ball and ors., Trustees of Water Mill Park, September 10, 1932, recorded September 20, 1932, Liber 1585 of Deeds, 549-551. SCCO.

. Deed to the Water Mill Village Improvement Assoc, Inc., May 17, 1934, recorded June 8, 1934, Liber 1766 of Deeds, 475-477. SCCO.

Obituary, "James Corwithe," The Corrector, July 11, 1863.

Paxton, Gregory B. and Hefner, Robert J. "Beebe Windmill," National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nominal tion Form, August, 1977. SPLIA.

"Gardiner Windmill," National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form, August, 1977. SPLIA.

'Hayground Windmill," National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form, August, 1977.

SPLIA.

"Hook Windmill," National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form, August, 1977. SPLIA.

"Pantigo Windmill," National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form, August, 1977. SPLIA.

"Windmill at Water Mill," National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form, August, 1977.

SPLIA.

WINDMILL AT WATER MILL

HAER No. NY-134 (page 56)

Bibliography (cont.)

Sayre, Stephen, Sarah and Mehetabel. Deed to Nathaniel Griffing, April 8, 1811. Corwith collection.

Sealy, Samuel A. Bill to James Corwithe, n.d, Corwith collection.

. Bill to James Corwithe, n.d. Corwith collection.

Tabor, Pardon T. Account Book, 1807-1829. Manuscript MV-115 Queens Boro Public Library.

Town Trustees Records of Southampton, Part II, 1741-1826.

Sag Harbor, N.Y., 1931.

Trustees of the Proprieters [sic] of the common and undivided lands and marshes of the Town of Southampton. Deed to James Corwithe, August 14, 1860, recorded April 25, 1898, Liber 469 of Deeds, 7-9. SCCO.

U.S. Census Office, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Censuses, 1850-1880, Suffolk County, Town of Southampton.

Washington, D.C., National Archives Microfilm.

U.S. Census Office. Productions of Agriculture in the Town of Southampton, Suffolk County. Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Censuses, 1850-1880. Albany, N.Y., New York State Library Microfilm.

U.S. Census Office. Products of Industry in the Town of Southampton, Suffolk County. Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Censuses, 1850-1880. Albany, N.Y., New York State Library Microfilm.

White, Elizabeth H. "Notes on Various Windmills."

Typescript. EHFL.

–  –  –

Photograph, "Windmill at Water Mill - owned by Edward P. Morse," c. 1918, probably taken by Edward P. Buffet. EHFL.

Photograph, "Great spur wheel and gib crane for lifting stones - Morse," c. 1918, probably taken by Edward P.

Buffet. EHFL.

Photograph, "Brake wheel, toppling over, and centre wheel Morse," c. 1918, probably taken by Edward P. Buffet, EHFL.

Photograph, "Centrifugal governor under millstone - Morse," c. 1918, probably taken by Edward P. Buffet. EHFL.

Photograph, exterior, Windmill at Water Mill, July 30, 1919. EHFL.

Photograph, exterior, Windmill at Water Mill, c. 1930. EHFL.

Glass negative, exterior, Windmill at Water Mill, May 9, 1935, taken by Fred Benedict. Barton McGuire.

Glass negative, exterior, Windmill at Water Mill, Oct. 31, 1937, taken by Fred Benedict. Barton McGuire.

–  –  –

1800 Inscription found on stair: Began to Grinde Aug. 1,

1800. On site inspection, July 14, 1977 1813 Joshua Howell to James Corwith. 750 dollars.

[no deed located] Mill moved by ox team from North Haven to Water Mill Interview, Dr. Arthur Corwith, May 19, 1977 1818 James Corwithe and Harmenah Corwithe to Mary Corwithe, William Corwithe, Silas Corwithe. 1,400 dollars, "a certain tract of Land with the Buildings thereon and out buildings, viz The Wind Mill and smoke hous [sic]...containing by Estimation nine acres..."

Deed April 8, 1818 [unrecorded, and unacknowledged] in the possession of Miss Eleanor Corwith, Water Mill, N.Y.

1821 James Corwithe and Harmeniah Corwithe to Mary Corwithe, Silas Corwithe and Abigail Corwithe. 1,000 dollars.

Nine acres and also "all that certain Wind Mill standing on the High Way South of said premisas.... " Deed Aug. 23, 1821 [not recorded 3 in the possession of Miss Eleanor Corwith, Water Mill, N.Y.

1860 Trustees of the Proprieters [sic] of the common and undivided lands and marshes of the Town of Southampton to James Corwith. 20 dollars.

"that angular tract of Land on which the Mill of James Corwith now stands."

Deed August 14, I860, recorded April 25, 1898, Liber 469 of Deeds, pages 7-9, Suffolk County Clerk's Office 1864 Caleb H. Corwithe and Caroline Corwithe, Charles W, Corwithe and Susan M. Corwithe, and Leander J. Corwithe and Helen R. Corwithe to Samuel Corwithe. 150 dollars, "each of their right title and interest in and to all the Heal and personal estate of which James Corwithe... died seized and possessed..."

Deed January 12, 1864, recorded May 31, 1864, Liber 126 of Deeds, pages 408-409, Suffolk County Clerk's Office 1864 Silas W. Corwithe and Anna L. Corwithe to Samuel Corwithe.

50 dollars.

"All their right title and interest in and to all the Real and Personal estate of which James Corwithe...

died seized and possessed..."

Deed January 12, 1864, recorded May 31, 1864, Liber 126 of Deeds, pages 410-411, Suffolk County Clerk's Office 1888 Samuel Corwith and Sarah H. Corwith to Marshall Ayers [sic] and Josiah Lombard. 900 dollars, "land with the wind mill thereon... ' Deed October 6, 1888, recorded April 25, 1898, Liber 466 of Deeds, pages 596-598, Suffolk County Clerks Office

WtNDMILL AT WATER MILL

Appendix: Chain of Title (Cont.) HAER No. ) NY-134

-jzz. ~_ ( page 59 1895 Marshall Ayres and Francis N. Ayres and Josiah Lombard and Alice R. Lombard to Samuel Corwith. One Dollar, "land with the windmill thereon..."

Deed December 10, 1895, recorded April 27, 1898, Liber 467 of Deeds, pages 264-266, Suffolk County Clerk's Office 1896 Samuel Corwith and Sarah H. Corwith to James H. Corwith.

Other valuable consideration and 10 dollars.

"parcel of land with the windmill thereon..."



Pages:     | 1 |   ...   | 4 | 5 || 7 |


Similar works:

«THE MONSTERS OF EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AUDREY WATTERS Copyright © 2014 Audrey Watters The Monsters of Education Technology is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License. For Seymour CONTENTS Introduction I. The Hidden History of Ed-Tech The History of the Future of Ed-Tech Un-fathomable: The Hidden History of Ed-Tech Teaching Machines: A Brief History of “Teaching at Scale” II. The Ideology of Ed-Tech Against “Innovation” Engaging Flexible Learning Robots and...»

«INDIAN NUMISMATICS D. D. KOSAMBI Indian Council for Historical Research, 1981 Introduction The fascinatingly wide range which the historical studies and generalizations of D. D. Kosambi cover is known to all his readers and it is indeed a measure of his great versatility that in no other area was the relationship between his ‘basic’ discipline and history as direct as in the study of coins. A Professor of Mathematics all through his teaching career and an acknowledged original contributor...»

«Historia y Grafía ISSN: 1405-0927 comiteeditorialhyg@gmail.com Departamento de Historia México Carroy, Jacqueline ¿Observar, contar o resucitar los sueños? Maury guillotinado en entredicho Historia y Grafía, núm. 33, 2009, pp. 65-83 Departamento de Historia Distrito Federal, México Disponible en: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=58922949004 Cómo citar el artículo Número completo Sistema de Información Científica Más información del artículo Red de Revistas Científicas de...»

«Coming to Terms with Terminology Food Security Nutrition Security Food Security and Nutrition Food and Nutrition Security Revised Draft 25 July 2012 CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION II. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE REQUEST III. EVOLUTION OF UNDERLYING CONCEPTS IV. CURRENT USAGE OF TERMINOLOGY Food Security Nutrition Security Food Security and Nutrition Food and Nutrition Security V. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS Annex 1: Key Terms Annex 2: Chronological List of Seminal Works Coming to Terms with Terminology...»

«THE DYNAMICS OF DESIGN-MANUFACTURING LAPTOPS: HOW TAIWANESE CONTRACT MANUFACTURERS MATTER IN THE HISTORY OF LAPTOP PRODUCTION A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Cornell University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Ling-Fei Lin January 2015 © 2015 Ling-Fei Lin THE DYNAMICS OF DESIGN-MANUFACTURING LAPTOPS: HOW TAIWANESE CONTRACT MANUFACTURERS MATTER IN THE HISTORY OF LAPTOP PRODUCTION Ling-Fei Lin, Ph.D. Cornell...»

«The New Yorker: PRINTABLES http://www.newyorker.com/printables/fact/060515fa_fact THE PERFECT MARK by MITCHELL ZUCKOFF How a Massachusetts psychotherapist fell for a Nigerian e-mail scam. Issue of 2006-05-15 Posted 2006-05-08 Late one afternoon in June, 2001, John W. Worley sat in a burgundy leather desk chair reading his e-mail. He was fifty-seven and burly, with glasses, a fringe of salt-and-pepper hair, and a bushy gray beard. A decorated Vietnam veteran and an ordained minister, he had a...»

«The Magazine of the Church of England in Great Ayton with Easby & Newton under Roseberry Parishes DECEMBER 2015 & JANUARY 2016 Contents Page 2 December & January Diary Page 3 Christmas Services Page 4 Vicar’s Letter Page 6 PCC Giving 2015 Page 7 Christmas Flowers Page 8 Learning from History Page 9 Yorkshire Cancer News Page 10 A Growing Church? Page 11 Confirmation Memories Page 12 The Children’s Society Page 13 Saltburn Songsters Christmas 2015 Page 14 Is this man mad? Page 15 Love in a...»

«WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE, POLITICAL RESPONSIVENESS, AND CHILD SURVIVAL IN AMERICAN HISTORY Grant Miller Stanford Medical School and NBER June 2007 Abstract: Women’s choices appear to place greater weight on child welfare and the provision of public goods than those of men. Improving the status of women is therefore seen as a potent means of increasing investments in children. This paper presents new evidence on how a historical milestone in the advancement of American women – their...»

«ORIENTING TRACES: (RE)VIEWING CHINESENESS IN MODERN AMERICAN POETRY by ANASTASIA WRIGHT TURNER (Under the Direction of Jed Rasula) ABSTRACT While numerous studies have been published detailing Modernism’s interest in Asia as well as Asian Americans’ minority subject position within American culture, few books realize the inherent interconnectedness between the two topics. This project proposes to fill this lacuna by reconsidering the legacy of American Modernist poets’ interest in and...»

«Tyndale Bulletin 20 (1969) 95-104. HEBREW TOPONYMS By M. E. J. RICHARDSON A. PLACE NAMES AND PERSONAL NAMES The study of Hebrew toponomy has recently been set on its feet by Professor Yohanan Aharoni in the English edition of his survey of Biblical geography.1 The subject, to which he devotes a whole chapter, has usually been examined in comprehensive studies of Hebrew proper names and invariably personal names have then stolen the limelight. But with the increasing pace of Palestinian...»

«Agriculture as an asset class: Financialisation of the (South) African farming sector Antoine Ducastel1 & Ward Anseeuw2 Introduction According to portfolio management industries, from institutional to “alternative” investors, agriculture is often presented as an emerging asset class (Chen et al., 2013). The arising of such assets is based on fundamental3 and financial analyses by investors which all tend to underline the very same driving factors: “Strong long-term macroeconomic...»

«Dr Constantinos V. Proimos Forgiveness and Forgiving in Rembrandt’s Return of the Prodigal Son (c. 1668) Forgiveness and Forgiving in Rembrandt’s Return of the Prodigal Son (c. 1668) Dr Constantinos V. Proimos * Hellenic Open University Harmensz van Rijn Rembrandt’s Return of the Prodigal Son (c. 1668) is a famous lifesized oil painting by the artist, 262X205 cm, in the collection of Hermitage, St Petersburg, Russia. It is a history painting, belonging to the last phase of Rembrandt’s...»





 
<<  HOME   |    CONTACTS
2016 www.dissertation.xlibx.info - Dissertations, online materials

Materials of this site are available for review, all rights belong to their respective owners.
If you do not agree with the fact that your material is placed on this site, please, email us, we will within 1-2 business days delete him.