William Johnson Rysam and The Rise Of Sag Harbor
Lois Beachy Underhill
The Sugar Connection: Barbados And Shelter Island
Merchants And Early East Hampton
John Howard Payne, His Life And Accomplishments
Hugh R. King
Bridgehampton in 1800: Isolated or Connected?
Ann H. Sandford
East Hampton’s Legendary Witch
Loretta Orion, Ph.D.
The Legacy of Nathaniel Rogers (1787-1844): Long Island Artist from Bridgehampton
Natalie A. Naylor, Professor Emerita, Hofstra University
Religion in the Marketplace: The Churches of East Hampton
Reverend John Turner Ames
1998 East Hampton 350th Anniversary Lecture Series
The Material History of the Montaukett
Gaynell Stone, Ph.D.
Wyandanch: Sachem of the Montauketts
John Strong, Ph.D.
Lion Gardiner: Long Island’s Founding Father
Roger Wunderlich, Ph.D.
Pirates, Whales, Wrecks and Salvage
Noel J. Gish
East Hampton vs. New York: A Very Old Story
Robert Ritchie, Ph.D.
The Origins of Government in East Hampton
Landon Wright, PhD.
From Barbizon to Bonac: East Hampton as an Art Colony
East Hampton and the Civil War
“It Were as Well to Please the Devil as Anger Him,” Witchcraft in the Founding Days of East Hampton
Hugh R. King & Loretta Orion, PhD.
East Hampton: A Strategic Outpost of Connecticut in the 1660’s
Christopher Collier, PhD.
East Hampton in the 17th Century
John Murrin, Ph.D.
East Hampton Architecture: Plain and Fancy
Writers of the East End: Responses to a Special Place
Constance Ayers Denne, Ph.D.
The Empire Strikes Back – On the East End in 1674
John Winthrop, Jr., of Connecticut, The First Govenor of the East End
Richard S. Dunn, Ph D.
Governor Thomas Dongan and his Charter to East Hampton
Peter R. Christoph, MA
Trade and Community: East Hampton’s Curious Commercial Origins
Timothy Breen, PhD.
The Persistent East Hampton Town Trustees
Stuart B. Vorpahl, Jr.
The Captain and the King: The Life of Captain Samuel Mulford (1644-1725)
Dr. David E. Mulford
The Cannonball and the Long Island Railroad
East Hampton: the 19th Century Artists’ Paradise
Katharine T. Cameron