Bridgehampton is a fascinating look at one of the prime resort areas on the South Fork of Long Island. The history of Bridgehampton was captured magnificently by studio and itinerant photographers whose work from the mid-1800s to the late 1900s is reflected here. These stunning images show people as they raised children, worked on the farm, worshiped, studied, socialized, and played. The faces show expressions of pride, joy, and, occasionally even boredom, providing a realistic portrayal of the past.
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19th century American Revolutionary War Antoinette arrive in Bridgehampton Atlantic House beach became Berwind Bridge Hampton Historical Bridge Lane Bridgehampton Academy BRIDGEHAMPTON SCHOOL building built Capt Carter Charles Evans Hughes constructed Corwith daughter death East Hampton east side Edward Edwin Esterbrook Francis McCaslin front Golf Greek Revival Hallock Halsey hamlet Hampton Historical Society Hardacre Hayground Henry Hildreth house was sold Huntting John Judge Abraham Konohasset later left to right LEVI WRIGHT Long Island Ludlow Marjorie Mecox mill minister Montauk Highway moved Musnicki north side Ocean Road original photograph Pierson Presbyterian Church purchased the house Quimby racing residents Richard Esterbrook Rogers Ruppel Sag Harbor Sag Harbor Turnpike Sag Pond Sagaponack Sagaponack Road Sagg Main Street Sayre Schenk Scuttlehole served ship shown side of Ocean Southampton Southampton town Stephen Tiffany Tiska tower town TREMEDDEN Wainscott west side whaling William Corwith Windmill York City