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Copiague

Copiague
Beginnings: Like neighboring Amityville, Copiague's main reason for being in the early days was its harbor. The water drew settlers such as Zebulon Ketcham, Nehemiah Heartte and Abraham Wanzer, who built mills to grind corn or saw wood along the region's waterways.
Photo: Spray Pad at Tanner Park in Copiague. (Newsday / Jim Peppler)
Beginnings: Like neighboring Amityville, Copiague's main reason for being in the early days was its harbor. The water drew settlers such as Zebulon Ketcham, Nehemiah Heartte and Abraham Wanzer, who built mills to grind corn or saw wood along the region's waterways.
Photo: Spray Pad at Tanner Park in Copiague. (Newsday / Jim Peppler)
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