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by Cathy Kovarik
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The history of Trout Pond and Noyac have always been intertwined. Since the first English settlement, Trout Pond has been the economic ... more
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The history of Trout Pond and Noyac have always been intertwined. Since the first English settlement, Trout Pond has been the economic
center of Noyac. Two native encampments, the English called Weecatucks and Noyacs, inhabited the area. They lived near a stream that
came to be called the Noyac River. This stream arose from the moraine and flowed to the bay barely a mile away.
Noyac and Weecatuck were Algonquin words indicating the place, not people; Noyac meaning “a point of land”, Weecatuck “edge of
woods”. These people were Manhansets, one of the thirteen tribes of Long Island. The Manhanset’s tribal lands were Shelter, Ram,
Gardiner, and Robins Islands.
English settlers from Lynn, Massachusetts, founded Southampton in 1640. They did not spread into the land they called Noyac until 1679.
John Jessup was one of the first land owners in the area. On the first hill of Morton’s Wildlife Refuge (Jessup’s Neck) is a tombstone
bearing the in...
A fine image, Cathy! :) LF
Wonderful capture! fv
Gorgeous landscape, colors, and love the birds, too!!! v/f!!