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Welcome to AmericanTowns, your virtual town square and the ultimate community connection! All about Staten Island
Buildings that have recently received New York City Landmark status include: Public School 28, Port Richmond Branch of The New York Public Library, Stephens-Prier House, 120th Police Precinct Headquarters, Louis A. and Laura Stirn House, August and Augusta Shoverling House, Staten Island Family Courthouse, and the Edwards-Barton House. Buildings receiving NYC landmark status between April 1965 and February 1998 are listed in The Guide to New York City Landmarks.
Click on an area of the map to see the names of the different neighborhoods.
Historic houses and buildings on Staten Island listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Select the "Historic Districts" tab to view local historic districts.
An online exhibit about the history of Stapleton from the Staten Island Institute of Arts & Sciences and The College of Staten Island Library.
The final report of the Task Force, issued December 2, 2003.