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The town of South Hampton was founded by a handful of settlers of Massachusetts who settled in town after acquiring the land in 1640, from Shinnecock Indian Nation. The town is located on the south east of Suffolk County, New York.
The population of South Hampton back when it was founded was merely 8 men, 1 woman and one boy. However the population increased to 43 families by July 7 1640. As of 2000s census records, the total population is consisted of 54,712 people, which is further sub-divided into 21,504 households and 13,805 families.
As of racial division majority of the people are Caucasian and cover the 87.98% of the total population and the rest of the population consists of 6.62% African American, 0.41% Native American, 0.89% Asian, 0.08% Pacific Islander, 8.59% Latino, 2.28% from other races and 1.73% from two or more races.
The town of South Hampton stretches across 295.6 Sq miles, most of which is water. Only 138.9 Sq miles are of land while the rest is water, which gives water 53.02% of the total area. The town is also incorporated with 6 villages that are North Haven, Quogue, Sag Harbor, Sagaponack, Southampton (village) and Westhampton Beach.
The Village of West Hampton beach, that is located on the southern shore of Long Island, covers a total area of 3 Sq. Miles of which 2.35% is water and the rest of 2.9 Sq. Miles are of land. It was incorporated in 1928. The total population of South Hampton beach, according to the most recent census records of America that is of 2000, is 1902.
Its population is further divided in to 498 families and 1805 households. As of racial division, out of total population 89.17% are Caucasian, rest of the population is consisted of 4.63% African American, 0.42% Native American, 1.16% Asian, 0.05% Pacific Islander, 7.68% of Hispanics and Latinos, 2.84% were from the other races, and 1.74% belong to two or more races. Out of the total population only 38.1% were non-families while the rest of the population consisted of 805 households.
$58,438 was the median income of the household in the Village as of 2000s census report. However, the median income for a family was $74,412, which is greater than the median income of the household.
The Median income of males as compared to females was $55,625, which greater than the females median income which is $33,000. On the whole 9% of the total population was living below the poverty line. The per capita income was $38,500.
The main source of income for the residents of West Hampton beach is touring. The history of touring goes back to 1870, when the West Hampton beach was known as Ketchaboneck.
The residents back then started to provide accommodations to those visitors that came to the village and soon tourism became the main source of income for most of the households of the West Hampton beach and due to that it was also considered as the First Hampton. 6 of the incorporated villages including West Hampton beach and 16 un-incorporated hamlets comprise the Greater Hampton.
And due to its modernized facilities including super markets, restaurants, school systems and movie theatres West Hampton beach is the center of attraction in the Greater Hampton. The biggest charm of being in the village apart from its natural beauty is the West Hampton beach performing arts center.
The center is home to the top-notch venue for theatre, dance, film and music events. Attracting the audiences from across the Long Island, center hosts events from local school productions to world class events making it the center of every visitors attraction. The Village of West Hampton beach is also ranked among the top 15, due to its beautiful scenic ocean beaches like Rogers Pavilion.
Apart from entertainment the village also houses Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, the Beach Methodist Church, The Hampton Synagogue, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and the Westhampton Presbyterian Church.
West Hampton once was a still and quiet place. The land mainly consisted of farms and it was the main means of income back then, but it was in 1675 when the investments in real estate started to grow, and West Hampton beach became the ideal spot for investment for investors even though the development rate was pretty sluggish.
However, development took a higher pace after when the rail road was constructed in 1870 and gradually due to the increasing volume of visitors, West Hampton beach became a summer resort and those lands that used to be farms once were demolished in order to make resorts and accommodations for the tourists.
And today not just for tourism, West Hampton beach is an ideal spot to live and raise family, since it provides some of the finest facilities to its residents.