What happened in the Long Island?

The Battle of Long Island was a decisive victory for the British. George Washington and the Continental Army were eventually forced to retreat all the way to Pennsylvania. The British remained in control of New York City for the rest of the Revolutionary War.

What happened to the Long Island Press?

In March 1977 the Long Island Press ceased publication, citing increasing costs, decreased advertising revenue and declining circulation.

Is Brooklyn a part of Long Island?

Technically, the New York City boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn are part of the Long island mainland, but for the purposes of this report, the region is defined by the “primary metropolitan statistical area” consisting of 1,198 square miles in Nassau and Suffolk counties.

Who won Battle of Long Island?

British victory
Battle of Long Island

Date August 26, 1776
Location Brooklyn, Long Island, New York 40°39′58″N 73°57′58″W
Result British victory The British capture New York City and Long Island from the Continental Army

Has the mastic bull been found?

Barney the bull is finally on his way to a better life.

Who owns the Long Island Press?

Schneps Communications
Long Island Press

Type Monthly Newspaper
Owner(s) Schneps Communications
Publisher Joanna Austin
Editor-in-chief Timothy Bolger
Founded 2003

What is a good salary in Long Island?

The Economic Policy Institute recently estimated that a family of four living on Long Island would need to earn $11,629 per month ($139,545 annually) to live comfortably. This was calculated based on the following monthly budget: Housing: $1,878. Food: $874.

What alcohol is in a Long Island?

RumGinTequilaTriple sec
Long Island iced tea/Main alcohol

How many died in the Battle of Long Island?

Losses: American, 300 dead, 650 wounded, 1,100 captured; British and German, 63 dead, 314 wounded.