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Map Of Queens :: New York City
Queens Neighborhoods: Arverne , Astoria , Astoria Heights , Auburndale , Bay Terrace , Bayside , Bayswater , Beechhurst , Bellaire , Belle Harbor , Bellerose , Blissville , Breezy Point , Briarwood , Broad Channel , Cambria Heights ,
College Point , Corona , Ditmars , Douglaston , Dutch Kills , East Elmhurst , Edgemere , Electchester , Elmhurst , Far Rockaway , Floral Park , Flushing , Forest Hills , Forest Hills Gardens , Fresh Meadows , Fresh Pond , Glen Oaks ,
Glendale , Hamilton Beach , Hammels , Hillcrest , Hollis , Hollis Hills , Holliswood , Howard Beach , Howard Park , Hunters Point , Jackson Heights , Jamaica , Jamaica Estates , Jamaica Hills , Kew Gardens , Kew Gardens Hills ,
Laurelton , Lefrak City , Linden Hill , Lindenwood , Little Neck , Long Island City , Malba , Maspeth , Meadowmere , Middle Village , Murray Hill , Neponsit , New Hyde Park , North Corona , North Shore Towers , Oakland Gardens ,
Old Howard Beach , Ozone Park , Pomonok , Queens Village , Queensboro Hill , Queensbridge , Ramblersville , Ravenswood , Rego Park , Richmond Hill , Ridgewood , Rochdale Village , Rockaway Beach , Rockaway Park ,
Rockwood Park , Rosedale , Roxbury , Saint Albans , Seaside , South Jamaica , South Ozone Park , Springfield Gardens , Sunnyside , Sunnyside Gardens , Tudor Village , Utopia , Whitestone , Willets Point , Woodhaven , Woodside ,
Queens Zips: 11001 , 11004 , 11005 , 11040 , 11096 , 11101 , 11104 , 11106 , 11351 , 11354 , 11356 , 11357 , 11358 , 11359 , 11360 , 11362 , 11364 , 11365 , 11367 , 11368 , 11369 , 11370 , 11372 , 11373 , 11374 ,
11375 , 11377 , 11378 , 11379 , 11385 , 11405 , 11411 , 11412 , 11413 , 11414 , 11416 , 11417 , 11418 , 11420 , 11421 , 11422 , 11423 , 11426 , 11427 , 11432 , 11434 , 11435 , 11690 , 11691 , 11692 , 11693 , 11694 , 11697
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Queens is the largest in area, the second-largest in population, and the easternmost of the Five Boroughs which form the City of New York. The Borough of Queens' boundaries are identical to those of the County of Queens (Queens County), a subdivision of the State of New York in the Northeastern United States.
Located on the western portion of Long Island, Queens is home to two of the three major New York City area airports, John F. Kennedy and LaGuardia; it is also the location of the New York Mets baseball team; the US Open tennis tournament; Flushing Meadows Park and Silvercup Studios.
As of the 2005 American Community Survey, immigrants comprise 47.6% of Queens residents. With a population of 2.3 million it is the second most populous borough in New York City (behind Brooklyn) and the tenth most populous county in the United States. It is also the nation's fourth-most-densely populated county (after the counties covering Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx). The 2.3 million figure is the highest historical population for the borough. Were each borough an independent city, Queens would be the fourth largest city in the United States.
History Of Queens, New York City
European colonization brought both Dutch and English settlers, as a part of the New Netherlands colony. First settlements occurred in 1635, with colonization at Maspeth in 1642, and Vlissingen (now Flushing) in 1643. Other early settlements included Newtown (now Elmhurst) and Jamaica. However, these towns were mostly inhabited by English settlers from New England via eastern Long Island (Suffolk County) subject to Dutch law. After the capture of the colony by the English and its renaming as New York in 1664, the area (and all of Long Island) became known as Yorkshire.
Originally, Queens County included the adjacent area now comprising Nassau County. It was an original county of New York State, one of twelve created on November 1, 1683. On October 7, 1691, all counties in the Colony of New York were redefined. Queens gained North Brother Island, South Brother Island, and Huletts Island (today known as Rikers Island). On December 3, 1768, Queens gained other islands in Long Island Sound that were not already assigned to a county but that did not abut on Westchester County (today’s Bronx County).
Queens played a minor role in the American Revolution, as compared to Brooklyn where the Battle of Long Island was largely fought. Queens, like the rest of Long Island, fell under British occupation after the Battle of Long Island in 1776 and remained occupied throughout most of the rest of the war. Under the Quartering Act, British soldiers used, as barracks, the public inns and uninhabited buildings belonging to Queens residents, against the will of many of the local people. The quartering of soldiers in private homes, except in times of war, was banned by the Third Amendment to the United States Constitution. Nathan Hale was captured by the British on the shore of Flushing Bay in Queens before being executed in Manhattan.
From 1683 until 1784, Queens County consisted of five towns: Flushing, Hempstead, Jamaica, Newtown, and Oyster Bay. On April 6, 1784, a sixth town, the Town of North Hempstead, was formed through secession by the northern portions of the Town of Hempstead.
The seat of the county government was located first in Jamaica, but the courthouse was torn down by the British during the American Revolution in order to use the materials to build barracks. After the war, various buildings in Jamaica temporarily served as courthouse and jail until a new building was erected about 1787 (and later completed) in an area near Mineola (now in Nassau County) known then as Clowesville. The 1850 census was the first in which the population of the three western towns exceeded that of the three eastern towns that are now part of Nassau County. Concerns were raised about the condition and distance of the old courthouse, and several sites were in contention for the construction of a new one. In 1870, Long Island City split from the Town of Newton, incorporating itself as a city, consisting of what had been the Village of Astoria and some unincorporated areas within the Town of Newtown. Around 1874, the seat of county government was moved to Long Island City from Mineola.
On March 1, 1860, the eastern border between Queens County (later Nassau County) and Suffolk County was redefined with no discernible change. On June 8, 1881, North Brother Island was transferred to New York County. On May 8, 1884, Rikers Island was transferred to New York County. In 1885, Lloyd Neck, which was part of the Town of Oyster Bay and was earlier known as Queens Village, seceded from Queens and became part of the Town of Huntington in Suffolk County. On April 16, 1964, South Brother Island was transferred to Bronx County.