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Freeport History Encyclopedia: Q

Freeport History Encyclopedia includes authoritative information about Freeport's past. This guide is perfect for anyone wanting to know more about our village.

Queens County Review

Queens County Review was a weekly newspaper that was founded in 1895 by Charles D. Smith of Freeport.  After the formation of Nassau County in 1899, the newspaper changed its name to Nassau County Review.  In 1902, Smith sold the newspaper to his former employee, Smith Pearsall. 

Click here to search the Queens County Review.

See Also:

Freeport Press

Freeport Times

Hempstead Inquirer

Nassau County Review

Nassau Daily Review-Star

Nassau Post, The

Observer-Post, The

South Side Herald

South Side Observer

 

Source:

Hodges, Arthur Lewis. Long Island's Greatest Newspaper. NY: Nassau Daily Review, 1931.

Researched by Regina G. Feeney, June 29, 2016.

Queen Street (South Freeport)

Queen Street was renamed Hamilton Street.

Source:

Zimmerman, Charles J. "What Ever Happened To Randolph, Claude and Jerome?" The Leader. October 15, 1992, 24.

Researched by Regina G. Feeney, May 29, 2016