Long Island's Hidden Past

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  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Most endangered LI history

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Most endangered LI history

    Tuesday, June 5 2018 7:32 AM EDT2018-06-05 11:32:56 GMT
    In this month's Long Island's Hidden Past, News 12's Danielle Campbell shows us the top five places that are in jeopardy of being gone for good.In this month's Long Island's Hidden Past, News 12's Danielle Campbell shows us the top five places that are in jeopardy of being gone for good.

    In this month's Long Island's Hidden Past, News 12's Danielle Campbell shows us the top five places that are in jeopardy of being gone for good.

    In this month's Long Island's Hidden Past, News 12's Danielle Campbell shows us the top five places that are in jeopardy of being gone for good.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Uncover Lindenhurst's name game

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Uncover Lindenhurst's name game

    Tuesday, May 1 2018 5:14 AM EDT2018-05-01 09:14:13 GMT
    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres uncover the Lindenhurst name game that took place in Long Island's Hidden Past.News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres uncover the Lindenhurst name game that took place in Long Island's Hidden Past.

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres uncover the Lindenhurst name game that took place in Long Island's Hidden Past.

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres uncover the Lindenhurst name game that took place in Long Island's Hidden Past.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Hicksville Gregory Museum

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Hicksville Gregory Museum

    Tuesday, April 10 2018 5:09 AM EDT2018-04-10 09:09:59 GMT
    Although much of Hicksville's historic structures have been lost over time, there is one structure that still remains. News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres take you there in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.Although much of Hicksville's historic structures have been lost over time, there is one structure that still remains. News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres take you there in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.
    Although much of Hicksville's historic structures have been lost over time, there is one structure that still remains. News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres take you there in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.Although much of Hicksville's historic structures have been lost over time, there is one structure that still remains. News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres take you there in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.

    Although much of Hicksville's historic structures have been lost over time, there is one structure that still remains. News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres take you there in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.

    Although much of Hicksville's historic structures have been lost over time, there is one structure that still remains. News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres take you there in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Marconi Shack

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Marconi Shack

    Thursday, March 8 2018 9:22 AM EST2018-03-08 14:22:10 GMT
    The Marconi Shack, first located in Babylon and later moved to Rocky Point, was among one of the first radio stations in the world.The Marconi Shack, first located in Babylon and later moved to Rocky Point, was among one of the first radio stations in the world.

    The Marconi Shack, first located in Babylon and later moved to Rocky Point, was among one of the first radio stations in the world.

    The Marconi Shack, first located in Babylon and later moved to Rocky Point, was among one of the first radio stations in the world.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Tar and feathering of Charles Kelsey

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Tar and feathering of Charles Kelsey

    Thursday, February 1 2018 4:44 AM EST2018-02-01 09:44:22 GMT
    It was 1872, Huntington was considered prosperous and sophisticated, yet it was there that one of the most barbaric crimes was committed - the tar and feathering of Charles Kelsey.It was 1872, Huntington was considered prosperous and sophisticated, yet it was there that one of the most barbaric crimes was committed - the tar and feathering of Charles Kelsey.

    It was 1872, Huntington was considered prosperous and sophisticated, yet it was there that one of the most barbaric crimes was committed - the tar and feathering of Charles Kelsey.

    It was 1872, Huntington was considered prosperous and sophisticated, yet it was there that one of the most barbaric crimes was committed - the tar and feathering of Charles Kelsey.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Whaleboat men during the American Revolution

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Whaleboat men during the American Revolution

    Thursday, January 11 2018 11:01 AM EST2018-01-11 16:01:26 GMT
    During the American Revolution, Long Island whaleboat men proved to be a secret weapon - whaleboats became weapons of war.During the American Revolution, Long Island whaleboat men proved to be a secret weapon - whaleboats became weapons of war.

    During the American Revolution, Long Island whaleboat men proved to be a secret weapon.

    During the American Revolution, Long Island whaleboat men proved to be a secret weapon.

  • 2017 Long Island's Hidden Past

    2017 Long Island's Hidden Past

    News 12 digs deep to find Long Island's hidden past.News 12 digs deep to find Long Island's hidden past.

    News 12 digs deep to find Long Island's hidden past.

    News 12 digs deep to find Long Island's hidden past.

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