September 21, 2015 Wilfred Joseph

Explore Southold Indian MuseumDid you know that the Southold Indian Museum on Long Island’s North Fork has the largest, single collection of Algonquin ceramic pottery in existence?
Dedicated to study, preservation, and dissemination of the surrounding region’s natural and human history, Southold Indian Museum was the natural outgrowth of a determined group of avocational archaeologists who formed the Incorporated Long Island Chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association in the early 1900’s.



September 4, 2015 Wilfred Joseph

Due to its unique geography, the North Fork is completely surrounded by water, providing nearly endless Long Island beaches to visit, historic lighthouses to view, and parks and trails to explore.
So much of the attraction for Long Island’s North Fork is the different pace of life here: farms and vineyards, small, historic villages, quaint roadside attractions, and everywhere: nature. Miles of unspoiled beaches along Long Island Sound and Peconic Bay. We’ve assembled a shortlist of just a few Long Island beaches in the North Fork area.


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