Montauk

Montauk derives from a place-name in the Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett language. It can refer to:

  • Montaukett, an Algonquian-speaking Native American group native to the eastern end of Long Island, though some were later exiled to Missouri

Montauk may also refer to:

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Lake Montauk - Today
... The charters at Montauk lay claim to 25 world records for biggest fish including a 76-pound (34 kg) striped bass ... Montauk has several shark tournaments with boat operator Frank Mundus often being reported in stories as the source for the character Quint in Jaws (film) (Jaws author Peter Benchley's denials of this has not ... is now Theodore Roosevelt County Park (formerly Montauk County Park) ...
Montauk Monster - History
... Jenna Hewitt, 26, of Montauk, and three friends said they found the creature on July 12 at the Ditch Plains beach, two miles east of the district ... creature to Anna Holmes at Jezebel, claiming that a friend's sister saw the monster in Montauk ... which gave it wide attention on July 29 under the headline "Dead Monster Washes Ashore in Montauk" ...
Montauk Monster
... The "Montauk Monster" was an unknown carcass that washed ashore on a beach near the business district of Montauk, New York in July 2008 ...
Coast Guard Station Montauk
... Coast Guard Station Montauk is located on the easternmost end of Long Island in Montauk, New York ... Station Montauk was officially opened on October 1, 1955 and has remained an active Search and Rescue and Law Enforcement unit ... Station Montauk is made up of active duty, reserve, and auxiliary personnel to maintain watch over the south shore of Long Island and Long Island Sound ...
Montauk - In Other Uses
... Montauk Mantis, a record label Montauk Monster, an unidentified beaked rodent-like creature whose corpse washed ashore on Long Island, New York in July 2008 ...