FIRE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE, FIRE ISLAND, N. Y.
Thil aid to Mariners stands at the western end of the Great South Beach. Neighboring summer communities of Kismet, Sollaire, Fair Harbor, Seaview, Ocean Bay Park, Point o'Woods, Cherry Grove, Fire Island Pines and the village of Ocean Beach are reached by ferry from the mainland at Bay Shore and Sayvilie, Long Island, N. Y.
PLUM ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE, LONG ISLAND, N. V.
All boats soiling through Plum Gut from Connecticut to Greenport, Shelter Island, Sag Harbor, and the Peconic Bay ports of Southold and Matti-tuck are guided by this oid to navigation.
The waters in the areo abound in bluefish, weakfish and many other varieties.
"COME TO LONG ISLAND FOR A REAL VACATION"
The Isles of Shoals, ten miles from Portsmouth Horbor, saw the first White Men in New Hampshire. The Islands were discovered by Captain John Smith in 1614.
The light-house stands on White Island, one of the six that make up the total group.