Demolition and intensive redevelopment threaten one of Long Island’s most significant Jim Crow- and Civil Rights-era historic districts in the Village of Sag Harbor.
Tag: Long Island’s African American Heritage
A rapidly deteriorating property owned by Huntington Town with strong ties to Long Island’s early colonial development and African American history.
Grant funding from the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation will support a restoration project at the historic Rev. David Eato and Mary Baker Eato House in Setauket.
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.
Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 (via Zoom)
7:00pm to 8:30pm
Hosted by Northport-East Northport Public Library, the discussion will include three important local sites associated with prominent African Americans, including the Peter Crippin House, Booker T. Washington’s Summer House, and the John and Alice Coltrane Home.
A new story map for Preservation Long Island’s Jupiter Hammon Project that explores the long-distance ties of kinship, bondage, travel, and trade across Jupiter Hammon’s world.