Putnam, Aug 2004, 24.95
By 1947, , like much of this part of Long island, is undergoing a radical change as Manhattan's rich and famous invade the small fishing villages and farmlands that have made up this area. While the farmers and fishermen toil year round, the wealthy have made the Hamptons a summer playground to escape the urban heat.
Still the catch in the Atlantic remains terrific though dangerous so fishermen like im...
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