Long Island Exchange Announces Historic Archiving of Babylon, New York

Guide to Everything That is Long Island Announces Imagery of Babylon, New York

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In 1670, the area known as the Village of Babylon was purchased from the Sumpwam Indians.

This record includes six (6) full color images of Babylon Village, a unique and custom map of the areas proximity on the Island, as well as historic information and local links to official sources.

(PRWEB) September 25, 2013

Long Island Exchange, Inc. (http://www.longislandexchange.com), a leading local guide to the south eastern region of New York, is announcing the historic archiving of Babylon Village, a village and township within Suffolk County.

LongIslandExchange.com reports information specific to Long Island region and provides news and information on entertainment and events to residents as well as visitors.

"This record includes six (6) full color images of Babylon Village, a unique and custom map of the areas proximity on the Island, as well as historic information and local links to official sources. There is a considerable cost to the company in developing these archives and we hope residents and visitors enjoy these pages, bookmark and share them with others," Colascione added.

To view the photos and information for this place, please visit http://www.longislandexchange.com/towns/babylon.html.

About Long Island Exchange Inc.
Launched in 2002, LongIslandExchange.com is a privately owned media company providing Long Islanders with a wealth of information, news, local business data, and resources for planning activities in the area. The site has won five awards from BOLI, Best on Long Island, in best of categories like "News, Media and Publications" as well as "Best Web Site of the Year."

For more information, please visit http://www.longislandexchange.com.


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