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In the early 1900's, people who emigrated from the Scandinavian countries settled an area in north Central Park. The area was north of Cherry Ave., east of Stewart Ave., west of today's Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway. See the entry North Bethpage Civic Association for more information.
 
In the early 1900's, people who emigrated from the Scandinavian countries settled an area in north Central Park. The area was north of Cherry Ave., east of Stewart Ave., west of today's Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway. See the entry North Bethpage Civic Association for more information.
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Some of the early settlers who lived here - submitted by Janet Rafenski:  Andresen, Boehm, Gluth, Granberg, Hansen, Haugen, Johnson, Kappler, Kassinger, Knapp, Knudsen, Kvelland, Leidi, Nicholson, Raby. We look for your input of people and happenings.

Latest revision as of 19:50, 30 July 2021

In the early 1900's, people who emigrated from the Scandinavian countries settled an area in north Central Park. The area was north of Cherry Ave., east of Stewart Ave., west of today's Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway. See the entry North Bethpage Civic Association for more information.

Some of the early settlers who lived here - submitted by Janet Rafenski: Andresen, Boehm, Gluth, Granberg, Hansen, Haugen, Johnson, Kappler, Kassinger, Knapp, Knudsen, Kvelland, Leidi, Nicholson, Raby. We look for your input of people and happenings.

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