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Eastport dates to the 1730s when a gristmill was built there. It started as two hamlets, Seatuck and Waterville, and in the 1850s applied for a post office by the name of Seatuck. It was refused because it was too similar to Setauket, New York. It was renamed Eastport.
In the first half of the 20th century it was the capital of the production of Long Island ducks, producing 6.5 million ducks a year from 29 farms going to market. Practically all duck farms have been phased out and the descendants of the original farmers sold the valuable waterfront property for residential development projects. Cornell University has a Duck Research Laboratory on Old Country Road (Suffolk CR 71).Learn more about Eastport.