The Revolutionary War gravestones projects.
- Longwood Revolutionary War Veterans are currently being identified and
their burial locations recorded. In many cases the tombstones are either
missing or are illegible. The Longwood students will be filing
applications for government replacement stones.
The Longwood World War II
Memorial was dedicated on Memorial Day, 2007. It is only the beginning
with other projects to follow.
These projects are student based projects
consisting of years of research. Research material is at times hard to
locate and we wish to enlist the help of the community with these
projects. If you can help please fill out the form below and place in
the box on the table.
We are currently working on several projects which include:
The history of the Longwood School System
The history of organized Baseball in the
The history of Camp Upton
Monuments to be erected are as follows
(years are tentative)
Korea spring 2008
Vietnam 2009 – 2010
World War I fall 2009
Civil War 2010-2011
American Revolution 2010-2011
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The Cemetery Project - Replacing Revolutionary War graves
The Longwood Historical Society is presently working on
the old one-room
schoolhouse (School #17). Future work dates will be
announced on this site for all those who hope to
Middle School Students have already raised over $4000 for
the restoration efforts and students from Charles E.
Walters Elementary School donated the $300 proceeds from
a school play.