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Past Events

Traditional Aromatherapy From Home

Join us on May 15th for a FREE video conference class to explore the history of soap making and learn how to make traditional gardener’s hand scrub with salts, essential oils, and fresh herbs such as Basil, Rosemary, and Lavender.

Jupiter Hammon, News

The Jupiter Hammon Project:
Learn More & Join the Conversation

Preservation Long Island has launched a major initiative to reinterpret the 18th-century Joseph Lloyd Manor, where Jupiter Hammon (1711–ca.1806), one of the first published African American authors was enslaved and wrote powerfully about the social and moral conflicts slavery raised in the newly formed United States. Visit our dedicated Jupiter Hammon website pages for project resources, interactive activities and event schedule.

Past Events

Huntington Museum Challenge

Visit the websites of participating organizations between May 1st & May 14th to watch a short video from their museums and then join the challenge by answering the official online question form. A drawing from all entries will be held on May 15th. The winner will receive a dozen rolls of toilet paper and a collection of local history books!


Help Us Preserve Long Island History

Your Preservation Long Island membership is important to us so please renew or join today. It validates our mission and helps us to move forward in our efforts to advance greater understanding, celebration, and preservation of Long Island’s cultural heritage.