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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.