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  1. Battle Summary. The Battle of Staten Island was a raid by Continental Army troops under Major General John Sullivan against British forces on Staten Island. After British Lieutenant General William Howe sailed with most of his army from New York in July, the Americans recognized that the British position on Staten Island was vulnerable, and planned an attack.
  2. First, on Oct. 10, the Executive Club of Staten Island, a business networking group formed in , held its Annual Cocktail Reception Networking Event at Angelina’s Ristorante, Tottenville.
  3. Aug 18,  · 3. Staten Island has a whopping parks. That’s 12, acres of protected land. No wonder it’s known as “the greenest borough.” 4. The Staten Island Ferry wasn’t always free. Shocking Author: Annalise Mantz.
  4. Dec 05,  · A Staten Island grand jury declined to bring charges in the case of Eric Garner, who died this summer. Dec. 5, Protesters participate in a 'Die-In' at New York's Grand Central Station during.
  5. Apr 24,  · 4. Everyone In Staten Island Is Actually From Brooklyn Staten Island is filled with people originally from Brooklyn, which naturally creates a bit of contention with families who claim to be Staten Island purebreds. After the Verrazano Bridge was built Brooklynites came to SI in droves for the bigger houses, more space, and lower cost of living.
  6. Jul 06,  · The war often pitted brother against brother, North against South, and although no battles took place on Staten Island, we were still very much involved in the conflict. Before the war broke out, Staten Island was a very popular place for Southerners to visit. Some plantation owners would bring their cotton to New York for sale.
  7. Feb 07,  · Staten Islanders can be divided into two groups. Call one group the pioneers, people who cherish the rural character of New York City's last frontier.
  8. Sep 14,  · “MTA Staten Island Railway St. Louis Car R44 interior” by Mtattrain - CC0 - Wikimedia Commons 9. “Tottenville Local, Great Kills, SIR” by Thomas Plunkett - CC0 - .

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