New research into the life and writings of Mary Lloyd suggests that she and Phillis Wheatley played a more significant role in the social and intellectual world of Jupiter Hammon than previously acknowledged.
To celebrate Women’s History Month we are happy to share a blog from our archives about two visionary African American sisters, one a Brooklyn school teacher and the other an accomplished architect, who founded a summer community now listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places!
Preservation Long Island is pleased to announce the gift of a group of important early American portraits from descendants of the Nelson and Lloyd families of Boston and Long Island.
In 2019, we started the Jupiter Hammon Project as the lead component of a larger initiative to establish a more equitable interpretation of Joseph Lloyd Manor. The Jupiter Hammon Project Phase 1 full report is now available!
The Peter Crippen House, a site of significance to the Town of Huntington’s African American history, was the subject of a recent archaeological study.
After years of important discussions and calls for change, many of us are ready to make the National Register more inclusive and equitable. But how?