Manhasset

The Manhasset name was adopted in 1840 and comes from the native word "Manhansett", meaning "island neighborhood." Dairy farming was still a major endeavor but the oyster industry was also on the rise. In 1898, the Long Island Railroad arrived, bringing with it wealthy New Yorkers looking for country homes with easy transportation to more urban areas of New York City.[4] Manhasset Valley and the area called Spinney Hill attracted a number of skilled workers and immigrant families.[4]

The North Hempstead Town Hall opened in Manhasset on Plandome Road in 1907.[4] Town councilmen had previously been meeting in Roslyn taverns after North Hempstead split away from Hempstead in 1775.

(Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manhasset,_New_York)

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