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Shelter Island Windmill, Manwaring Road, Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY

Shelter Island Windmill, Manwaring Road, Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY

 
 
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Significance: The Shelter Island Windmill is one of eleven surviving 18th and early-19th century wind-powered gristmills on Long Island. This is one of four extant windmills built by Nathaniel Dominy V, a prominent East Hampton craftsman.
Survey number: HAER NY-145
Building/structure dates: 1810 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1840
Building/structure dates: 1879
Building/structure dates: 1926

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Contributors

Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Cleveland, Moses
Dominy, Nathaniel
Horsford, Cornelia
Lowe, Jet
Hefner, Robert
Murphy, Kevin
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Location

Shelter Island Heights41.07546, -72.33593
Google Map of 41.0754567, -72.3359296
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