astoria, new york, history

Queens County, New York, History and Genealogy
My own pages of tips on doing Queens County research | Queens research links The Web site of the Greater Astoria Historical Society is a great source of historical Long Island City/ Astoria material.

The Brooklyn genealogy site provides extensive material covering all five boroughs of New York City, including early Queens city directories, maps, newspaper transcriptions,

Brooklyn Eagle online

Newtown Creek Alliance

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Digitizations of Astoria/ L.I.C.-specific material

The pages below are my own digitizations of historical material pertaining to Astoria, Queens, New York and Long Island City.

25th Anniversary Booklet (1915): Veteran Firemen's Association of Long Island City, founded 1890. Booklet includes several lists of members and photos of past presidents. Boyd's directory of Astoria, 1864
In alphabetical order, and reverse directories by location and by occupation. Mt. Carmel Cemetery
The 19th-century graveyard of the Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, in Astoria, Queens. Plot map and transcriptions made in 1935. Looking at Old Long Island City Across the Line
An essay by Queens Lawyer R. Leslie Smith, ca.1959(?). Maps
Collection of links to 19th-century maps of Astoria and Long Island City.