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New York state and is the fourth oldest active lighthouse in the United States. Montauk is a major tourist destination and has six state parks. It is particularly famous for its fishing, claiming to have more world saltwater fishing records than any other port in the world. Montaukett village, killing 30 and capturing one of Chief Wyandanch’s daughters. Many short but famous battles ensued. The skirmishes ended in 1657. Fort Pond Bay derives its name from a Montaukett “fort” on its shore.
A deed was issued in 1661 titled “Ye deed of Guift” which granted all of the lands east of Fort Pond to be for the common use of both the Indians and the townsmen. Further purchase agreements were entered into in 1661, 1672 and 1686 which, among other things, allowed a group of Easthampton townsmen to graze cattle on the Montaukett lands. While some lands were protected in the agreements as forest land, for the most part all of Montauk was maintained by the townsmen as a private livestock and fisheries operation. However, the tribe was to be permitted to stay on the land, to hunt and fish at will on the land, and to harvest the tails and fins of whales that washed up dead on the East Hampton shores. The tribe was to continue residence until the 19th century in the area around Big Reed Pond in what was to be called “Indian Fields”.
The patent did not extend beyond Napeague to Montauk. This lack of authority has formed the basis for various control disputes ever since. 1775 in search of provisions—notably cattle. It was completed in 1796. American authorities were alerted, and the slaves were recaptured and ultimately freed in a historically significant trial.
A judgment was entered in 1851 against the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of Easthampton, and on March 9, 1852, a deed to Montauk was given to plaintiffs Henry P. Hedges and others, because their predecessors had contributed the money to purchase Montauk from the native Montaukett Indians in the 1600s. This deed caused the lands covered by the Dongan Patent to be split, leaving the still unsettled lands at Montauk without government. Less than one month later, on April 2, 1852, a state law was passed that incorporated the Proprietors Montauks, establishing the corporation of the trustees of Montauk and affirming its right to govern. Talkhouse became famous for his walks from Indian Fields to New York City. The deed releasing claim to Montauk was entered on March 9, 1852. 10 each, and in one case one of the tribesmen’s houses was burned down.
The legitimacy of the transaction is still being contested in court by the tribe. Long Island Rail Road pulled into Montauk in 1895, the land having been bought in 1882. Corbin built the dock on Fort Pond Bay, but the plans never materialized when, among other things, Fort Pond Bay was found to be too shallow and rocky to handle oceangoing ships. North”, a “Tudor village by the sea”. This last building remains East Hampton’s tallest occupied building, as zoning ordinances restricted heights of later buildings. Maude Gurney, who had managed a Fisher hotel in Miami Beach. Napeague, turning Montauk into an island.
Montauk Manor, to turn it into a military base. The sport of “monster fishing” became Montauk’s signature draw. Eddie Carroll, capsized in the shoals off Montauk Point, resulting in the deaths of 45 passengers and crew. The boat left the Fishangrila Dock at Fort Pond Bay at 7:30 a.