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Mar. 28, 2024 By Athena Dawson Bayside, known for its beloved Bell Boulevard eateries, beautiful park spaces and Bay Terrace shopping center, has a rich, little known history about its religious institutions.  This Queens neighborhood occupies land that was once inhabited by the Matinecock Native Americans, one of the 13 Native American tribes that lived across Long Island. In the 17th and 18th centuries, Dutch settlers toiled on the rich farmland and Bayside began its industrial development in the early 1900s.  As the Bayside community began to form, the creation of churches and places of worship became increasingly important. In…
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