Bethel AME Church
Commemorates the oldest Black church on Long Island.
The Original Site of the BETHEL A.M.E. CHURCH Organized in 1815 by Black and Native Americans of Amityville.
Albany Avenue, at Harrison Avenue
Dedicated by the Town of Babylon Historical Commission, 1989.
Brewster Burial Grounds
Commemorates Native American burial grounds.
Circa 1800-1873. Historical Site of Graves of Native American Families and Civil War Veterans.
Dedicated by the Town of Babylon Historical Commission, 1995.
Bunn-Green Burial Grounds
Circa 1800-1945. Historical Site of Graves of Native American Families and Civil War Veterans.
Commemorates a post-World War II housing development.
Honored as a Non-Discriminatory Housing Development Started by Thomas Romano in 1950. A Part of the Local Housing Boom After World War II.
Albany Avenue, at Croydon Road
Funded by a grant from the William G. Pomeroy Foundation, as part of the ‘Booming 1950s’ series.