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Welcome to Setauket

Setauket was settled in 1655 by men wanting to buy land for English inverstors.   They traded items for the land with Warawakmy who was thought to be the leader of the Setalcott village.  Read more about the first residents of Setauket, the Native Americans.  To learn more about various places in Setauket choose a place by clicking on a picture below.

1718 Schoolhouse

1718 Schoolhouse

Caroline Church

Caroline Church

Culper Spy Ring

Culper Spy Ring

 

Emma S. Clark Library

Emma S. Clark Library

 

The Fordham House

The Fordham House

 

Frank Melville Memorial Park

Frank Melville, Jr. Memorial Park    (This includes The Old Setauket Post Office, John Sattery House and Isaac Sattery House)

 

Patriot's Rock

Patriot's Rock & the Battle of Setauket

 

Presbyterian Church

Setauket Presbyterian Church

 

Roe Tavern

Roe Tavern

 

Rubber Factory

Setauket Rubber Factory

 

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Setauket Elementary School

 

Setauket Neighborhood House

Setauket Neighborhood House

 

Setauket Village Green

Setauket Village Green

 

Thompson House

Thompson House

 

Ward Melville High School

Ward Melville: the school and the person

 

Woodhull House

Picture courtesy of the Three Village Historical Society

Woodhull House

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