In 1648, East Hampton was first settled by thirty Puritans from Lynn, Massachusetts. Located on the eastern end of Long Island’s South Shore, Easthampton is now an even larger town in the Hamptons that encompasses the hamlets, Amagansett, Montauk, Springs, and Wainscott, and the Village of East Hampton. East Hampton spans an area that houses eight state parks, New York’s biggest fishing fleet, and Gardiner’s Island, the largest United States island to be privately owned.
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