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East Farmingdale

East Farmingdale
Beginnings: This agricultural area was largely untouched until it evolved as the outer reaches of Farmingdale Village in the mid-19th Century. Indeed, there was no need to distinguish it from Farmingdale until that village incorporated in 1904. Some time after that, the portion of the community over the Suffolk County line became known as East Farmingdale. It retained its rural aspect for some time, known most for its several pickle works on Broadhollow Road.
Photo: Erik Lindbergh, grandson of Charles Lindbergh, recreates his grandfather's historic 1927 solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. Erik took off from Republic Airport in East Farmingdale to land at LeBourget Field near Paris. Ma...
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Beginnings: This agricultural area was largely untouched until it evolved as the outer reaches of Farmingdale Village in the mid-19th Century. Indeed, there was no need to distinguish it from Farmingdale until that village incorporated in 1904. Some time after that, the portion of the community over the Suffolk County line became known as East Farmingdale. It retained its rural aspect for some time, known most for its several pickle works on Broadhollow Road.
Photo: Erik Lindbergh, grandson of Charles Lindbergh, recreates his grandfather's historic 1927 solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean. Erik took off from Republic Airport in East Farmingdale to land at LeBourget Field near Paris. May 1, 2002 (Newsday / David L. Pokress)
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