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History of Hauppauge
Beginnings: The area
around the headwaters of the Nissequogue River was dubbed Hauppauge
by the Indians; it means ``overflowed land'' in the Algonquian language.
With the arrival of the Europeans, ownership of the area was divided
between the Towns of Smithtown and Islip. On the Smithtown side,
the land was owned by founding father Richard Smith and then handed
down to other family members. But the first settler was Thomas Wheeler,
who built a small house at the intersection of Hauppauge (Route
111) and Townline Roads before 1740. The area became known by the
Revolution as The Wheelers. That name stuck until 1843, when it
reverted to Hauppauge. The earliest development was near Wheeler's
farm. He was followed by other settlers with still prominent local
names such as Blydenburgh. These settlers farmed the land and cut
trees for cordwood.
Turning Points: In
this century, the early farmsteads began to be developed. In 1907
Joseph Blydenburgh's home at Hauppauge and Townline Roads was purchased
by the Brooklyn Industrial School Association, which sent 257 children
to spend their summers there. Re amed Locustdale, the facility operated
for 47 years. Other farms gave way to county and state office buildings
and commercial structures. Though Riverhead remains the Suffolk
county seat, Hauppauge, because of its location, has been the practical
center of county government since 1960s. It is also now home of
the largest industrial park on Long Island and the second largest
in the country, with more than 1,350 companies. Moving Companies