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Long Island Hometown Pride Edition

Counties, Towns, and Cities of Long Island, New York, USA
18" x 24" 108 piece map-puzzle, including B & W line map

New York City Community Districts

Five Boroughs and Counties of NYC showing Community Districts and surrounding areas
referencing more than 300 neighborhoods in a colorful 18" x 24" 108 piece map-puzzle,
including B & W line map




The Professional Package Includes

Master Puzzle in a clear plastic tube container
(3.5" x 12") w/8 4"x6"x8" plastic boxes including
B & W line map and Lesson Plan


Individual Puzzle - $25.95 each
(1) Puzzle in Bag, (1) Line Map

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Professional Package - $200.00
(8) Boxed Puzzles, (1) Master Puzzle in Tube,
(1) Line Map, (1) Lesson Plan

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18" x 24" Long Island Towns Posters



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to view large versions of all the maps available for purchase


Framed - $39.95

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Unframed in Mailing Tube - $25.95

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5"x7" Long Island Lighthouses

Framed - $6.95


Robert Moses
Water Tower
Coney Island
Lighthouse 1890
Jones Beach
Water Tower
Robert Moses Water Tower, built in the early 1930s as a brick and stone obelisk, about 300 feet tall, at a central traffic circle that serves as a landmark at Robert Moses State Park, in Babylon Town, Suffolk County, New York.

Coney Island (Norton’s Point) Lighthouse 1890 is located on the southwestern shore of Long Island in the Sea Gate community of Brooklyn. The lighthouse is situated at Norton's Point, on the western tip of Coney Island, along the Gravesend Bay.
Jones Beach Water Tower, built in the 1920s, 231-foot (70m) located on Ocean Parkway, in Nassau County, Town of Hempstead, on the barrier island approach to the State Park on the South Shore of Long Island in Hempstead.


Montauk Point
Fire Island
Stepping Stone
Montauk Point Lighthouse, Montauk Point, 1796. The first beacon constructed on Long Island was on the eastern tip of the south fork. Montauk light was one of the first federally funded marine projects approved by George Washington in 1796. The original construction was made on Turtle Hill some 300 feet from the raging Atlantic. Now, in less than 200 years, the 300 foot distance has been considerably shortened. Engineers of the time thought the Montauk light would last 200 years; their estimate may not be that far off the mark.
Fire Island Lighthouse 1827, 1858 is located on a barrier island along the south shore of Long Island between the waters of the Great South Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse is situated at the eastern most side of Robert Moses State Park on Fire Island in the Town of Babylon.
Stepping Stone Lighthouse 1877 is a small red brick building located on an isolated island northwest of Kings Point, North Hempstead Town in Nassau County, marking the end of Long Island Sound.


Sands Point
Cold Spring Harbor
Execution Rocks
Sands Point Lighthouse 1809 is located east of Sands Point (north shore of Long Island near Port Washington), North Hempstead, Nassau County, New York.
Cold Spring Harbor Lighthouse 1890 is located on the north shore of Long Island. The lighthouse was originally situated on a shoal at the entrance of Cold Spring Harbor, Huntington, Suffolk County, 1,500 yards off of Centre Island.
Execution Rocks Lighthouse 1849 is located on rocks in Long Island Sound to the north of Sands Point (north shore of Long Island near Port Washington) in the Town of North Hempstead, Nassau County.


Huntington Harbor
Eaton's Neck
Stratford Shoal
Huntington Harbor Lighthouse 1857, 1912 is located on the north shore of Long Island, at the entrance to both the Lloyd and Huntington Harbors, in Suffolk County, Long Island.
Eaton's Neck Lighthouse 1798 is located on the north shore of Long Island near the village of Northport in Huntington Town. The lighthouse is situated just east of Eaton's Neck Point on the Long Island Sound in Suffolk County.
Stratford Shoal (Middleground) Lightship (1837) and Lighthouse (1877). Stratford Shoal is a dangerous reef, three-quarters of a mile long, in Long Island Sound midway between Long Island (Port Jefferson) and the Connecticut shore (Bridgeport).


Old Field Point
Orient Point
Plum Island
Old Field Point Lighthouse 1824, 1869 is located on the north shore of Long Island in the Village of Old Field near East Setauket in Brookhaven Town. The lighthouse is situated just west of Port Jefferson Harbor on the Long Island Sound.
Orient Point (Coffee Pot) Lighthouse 1899 is located on the tip of the north fork of Long Island. The lighthouse is situated on rocks just to the east of Orient Point, in the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, New York.
Plum Island (Plum Gut) Light 1827, 1869, located in Long Island Sound on Gardiner’s Bay, near Orient Long Island in Southold, Suffolk County, New York.


Race Rock
Little Gull Island
Latimer Reef
Race Rock Lighthouse 1878 is located off of Race Point on Fishers Island in the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, at the entrance to Long Island Sound.
Little Gull Island Light 1806, 1869 off Fishers Island / Long Island Sound near Orient Point, Town of Southold, County of Suffolk.
Latimer Reef Lighthouse 1884 marks the western end of Latimer Reef, located 4 miles southeast of Mystic, CT and a mile north of the eastern end of Fishers Island on Fishers Island Sound, in the Town of Southold, Suffolk County.


Cedar Point
Horton Point
North Dumpling
Cedar Island (Cedar Point) 1839, 1868 Lighthouse is located on the south shore of Long Island in Cedar Point County Park in Easthampton. The lighthouse is situated on Cedar Island, just off of Cedar Point, between the waters of Northwest Harbor and Gardiner’s Bay.
Horton Point Lighthouse 1857 is located on the north shore of Long Island in the village of Southold in Southold Town. The lighthouse is situated at Horton Point on the Long Island Sound.
North Dumpling Light 1849, inactive, private, located east of Fishers Island in Fishers Island Sound, Town of Southold, County of Suffolk, New York.


Long Beach Bar
Nantucket Light Ship
White Blank
Long Beach Bar (Bug Light). The original lighthouse was built in 1870 with a screwpile foundation. The lighthouse consists of a frame octagonal cylindrical tower rising from a two-story square frame which functioned as the keeper's quarters. In 1924 the screwpile foundation was replaced and the structure was mounted on a reinforced concrete caisson. The lighthouse was destroyed by arson in 1963 and was reconstructed in 1990. Bug Light has a focal plane at 63 ft. Southold.
Nantucket Light Ship, 2010 successor to the Fire Island Lightship 1896, was refurbished and relocated to new quarters in the Boston area from Oyster Bay Harbor in the Town of Oyster Bay, where it had been moored temporarily awaiting restoration. https://www.bostonmagazine.com/property/2019/01/30/nantucket-lightship/
North Dumpling Light 1849, inactive, private, located east of Fishers Island in Fishers Island Sound, Town of Southold, County of Suffolk, New York.






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