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Huntington, NY Custom Rubber Stamps
Huntington is a town located in Suffolk County. The town was originally populated by English settlers unlike other towns located in the colony. Even though the local population voted to be a part of Connecticut, it was restored back to New York’s jurisdiction. During the American Revolution, the town served as a base of operations for the British. The British forces actually remained there until the end of the war itself. The economy primarily depended on shipping and agriculture. However, after the Second World War farmlands were replaced with hotels and resorts and has transformed into a bedroom community for nearby towns and New York City.
Huntington’s economy is not as steady as it should be. Even though there are several big businesses operating within the town including Newsday, First Data, Henry Schein and Este Lauder, it does not have much to offer. This may explain the rise in unemployment and crime rates. However, a lot of emphasis has been placed on the education sector. In fact Huntington is renowned for having some of the best schools, colleges and universities.
The town is known for making several appearances in pop culture. Not only is it the town for Growing Pains but it has been featured in Taylor Swift’s music video ‘Blank Space’ as well. But what is really interesting about the town is that it is home to several notable personalities from around the country. This includes celebrities, musicians and athletes including Mary Pickford, Steve Park, Jason Alexander, Mariah Carey, Arthur Dove and Tom Gugliotta.
The Headquarter for the Huntington Historical Society, formerly served as the Huntington Sewing and Trade School, Photo Credit Wikipedia
This does not necessarily mean there is not enough for tourists to do in Huntington. There are plenty of landmarks and attractions that are recognized and visited by thousands of tourists every year. Some of these places include the Caumsett State Park, the Heckscher Museum of Art; Target Rock National Wildlife Refuge, Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum and the Oheka Castle.