Curator Lauren Brincat gave Newsday a tour of Joseph Lloyd Manor, where Jupiter Hammon, one of the 18th century’s most important literary voices, rose from slavery on Long Island to become the first African-American poet to be published in the United States.
Month: February 2023
We are delighted to announce that Peter Fedoryk, who has led our Art of Edward Lange Project since July 2021, will be honored by the Museum Association of New York!
4 PM to 6 PM. Members are invited to our headquarters gallery to view our new exhibition before it is open to the public. This a private event for members and their guests.
2 PM. In-person or virtual. FREE
Hosted by the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Alliance, Lauren Brincat, Preservation Long Island Curator is a featured panelist in this discussion that examines the lives of enslaved people in New York, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley.
Help us preserve Long Island history by renewing, upgrading or initiating your membership! We invite you to learn more about membership benefits and explore the projects that your membership will help us to realize in the coming months.
7 PM to 8 PM. In honor of the 370th anniversary of Huntington’s founding, join us online for a special Trivia Night about All Things Huntington. Hosted together with the Town of Huntington Historic Partnership.