Robinson Cottage (1926)- The stucco cottage was built by George Robinson and was located on the Northwest corner of Main and Greene streets in Sayville. Used by Lillian Robinson as a read estate sales office and the bi-centennial cottage in 1976. This location was used as Grange offices and as a gallery for small exhibits.
Ockers Barns and Outbuildings (1800)- These buildings once stood on the North side of Montauk Highway in Oakdale on what was the Newton-Benjamin property, which dates back to 1800. Mid-century, the property was sold to Henry Ocker's, a Dutch immigrant, and his son Jacob (Jake) and became the Ockers homestead. Jake Ockers, also known as the "Oyster King", started the Bluepoint Oyster Company that was the largest shipper of oysters from The Great South Bay. The structures consist of board and batten siding, and mortise and tenon with wooden dowels and pins, which was very typical construction for that time.
Dutch Reformed Church (1867)
American Farm Windmill (1895)- This windmill was used for pumping ground water on the Powell Estate in Sayville, L.I., NY. It was located at the foot of handsome & Greene Avenues on the Great South Bay. It was moved by Arthur Udell in 1914 to his farm on the West side of Johnson Ave. near Veterans Highway Bohemia, L.I., NY.
Percy Williams Cottage (1901)- This wood structure was located in East Islip on the grounds of Pineacres, the estate of Percy Williams (1857-1923) a medicine man, comedy star, land developer, vaudeville theater owner, and philanthropist Pineacres had 48 wooded acres on the shoreline of Champlain's Creek, a large, tudor style main house and many smaller buildings on the property such as this, which had various uses.
Sayville H & L Co. (1878)
Carriage Shed (1860)- This structure is a replica of one found in St. James, NY. The lean-to roof line on this shed is characteristic for 1860 construction, which included board and batten siding seen here as well.
Tuthill Case House (1850)
L.I. Maritime Museum
St. James General Store
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