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This Month in the History of Tottenville

June 2013
This Month in the History of Tottenville
Happening this Year at the Conference House:
“Staten Island OutLOUD’s annual reading of the Declarationof Independence on the South Shore: Saturday,June 29, 2pm at the historic Conference House, 7455 Hylan Blvd, SINY10307 (southern end of Hylan Blvd, at Saterlee St)”
June 1928 at theConference House
“The restoration of the house began in October 1926 starting with the North Room (parlor) on the first floor and basic infrastructure.  The work in the basement kitchen began in June 1928.  That same year, restoration began on the main entrance and hall, the first floor South Room, and construction of the main staircase.”
While researching online for historical events that happened in June in Tottenville, I discovered the following article written by Samantha Ecker Angerame on 20th, 2011.
Well written by someone I’ve known since she was in first grade with my son, I was pleasantly surprised finding it by accident.  It is a wonderful taste of Tottenville that I’m certain my readers will enjoy!
Some June Events in Tottenville History:
June 1860
“Tottenville has been the southern terminus of the Staten Island Railway since the railway was extended to the neighborhood on June2, 1860.”
Perth Amboy Ferry
First operated in June1860 with steamboats, the first true ferryboat was the Maid of Perth, whichset sail in 1867.
1928 - TheGoethals Bridge and Outerbridge Crossing opened - June 20th.”
The Tottenville Historical Society, a non-profit corporation, was founded in 2003, and chartered in June 2005 by the NewYork State Education Department.”

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