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Wainscott Windmill, Village of Wainscott, East Hampton, Suffolk County, NY

Wainscott Windmill, Village of Wainscott, East Hampton, Suffolk County, NY

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Significance: The Wainscott Windmill is one of eleven surviving 18th and early-19th century wind-powered gristmills on Long Island. This is one of three surviving windmills with a fantail.
Survey number: HAER NY-144
Building/structure dates: 1813 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1850-1859 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1922 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1942 Subsequent Work



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Wainscott Public Library
Brown, Lathrop
Dominy, Nathaniel
Green, Barney
Lowe, Jet
Hefner, Robert
Murphy, Kevin


East Hampton40.93677, -72.24286
Google Map of 40.9367664, -72.2428587


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