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Get into a conversation with a long time Queens resident and you're likely to discover a subscriber of the Long Island Star- Journal, a daily paper that informed the community about local and world news until it folded in 1968. A banner across the Star Journal masthead reminded readers that the newspaper's name came from the merger of the Long Island Daily Star (1876) and the North Shore Daily Journal - The Flushing Journal (1841).

MAY 1880

MURDER, PIRACY, DANCES, PICNICS

Get into a conversation with a long time Queens resident and you're likely to discover a subscriber of the Long Island Star- Journal, a daily paper that informed the community about local and world news until it folded in 1968. A banner across the Star Journal masthead reminded readers that the newspaper's name came from the merger of the Long Island Daily Star (1876) and the North Shore Daily Journal - The Flushing Journal (1841).


Riker House
Courtesy Western Queens Gazette


The Mary Powell sailed the Hudson River, a ship close in resemblance to the one sailing the East River.
Courtesy Western Queens Gazette


Hellgate Map
Courtesy Western Queens Gazette


Hellgate Factories
Courtesy Western Queens Gazette


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