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Discovering Prince's Bay: A Staten Island Gem

  History and Background of Prince's Bay Prince's Bay is a neighborhood located in the southernmost part of Staten Island, NY. It is known for its rich history and scenic beauty. The area was named after Prince's Bay, a small body of water that borders the neighborhood. Originally inhabited by the Lenape Native Americans, Prince's Bay was later settled by European colonists in the 17th century. In the 19th century, Prince's Bay became a popular destination for wealthy New Yorkers who built summer homes in the area. The neighborhood was also home to several oyster farms, which were a major industry at the time. Today, Prince's Bay retains its historic charm with many well-preserved Victorian-era houses and buildings. The neighborhood is also known for its picturesque waterfront views and access to nature. With its tranquil atmosphere and close proximity to parks and beaches, Prince's Bay offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life. Top

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