Our Programming Needs Your Support!
These are hard times we are living in right now and we are hurting like many other businesses. If you are able to show your support financially, you can do so by either making a donation or becoming a member. Or show your support by coming to some of our next programs. Showing up and engaging with us makes it all worth it!
The Corona Journals:
New Posts Every Saturday!
Join us in documenting personal history stories and see what others are up to.
Email submissions to:
SHM Blog:
Articles Every Tuesday!
Read the latest:
Founders Day 1915 and 2015 Videos
Wednesday, June 24th, 12pm
A Visit with Tom Clavin, Author of Tombstone: The Earp Brothers, Doc Holliday and The Vendetta Ride from Hell
This is for all of you wild west fans!
Saturday, June 25th, 11am
High Style in the Gilded Age: Louisa Robb Livingston
Mary Cummings is back with another look into someone from our Main Exhibit.
YouTube Programs
Celebrating Southampton: the 275th and 375th Anniversaries
If you missed our last virtual lecture, you can watch our Curator & Registrar Zachary Taylor’s talk here!
Make sure to check out our YouTube channel to watch some of our previous programming that was recorded.
New Posts Wednesdays & Sundays
Check out our online exhibit Deep Dives and learn more about pieces from our collection.
Postcard of the Shinnecock Prebyterian Church.
These are just a few of our new Southampton history initiatives, now archived at southamptonhistory.org to view at any time!
We continue to maintain our 14 historic buildings on 4 separate properties to ensure our shared history is preserved:
Rogers Mansion Museum Complex
17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton
Complex of 12 historic structures on land settled in 1645 by William Rogers, including the Rogers Mansion built 1843.
Halsey House
249 South Main Street, Southampton
Built c. 1683, the oldest English style wood-frame house in New York State.
Pelletreau Silver Shop
80 Main Street, Southampton
Former business of Patriot and famed silversmith Elias Pelletreau. It is the longest continually running trade shop in the Americas.
Conscience Point
1640 Conscience Point Rd, Southampton
Nature preserve and supposed landing spot for European settlers in Southampton.
I want to hear from you!
We have evolved rapidly to serve our community better during these terrible times. I hope we have met your expectations.
Please let me know if you have comments or ideas on how we can serve you better.
Be well and stay safe,
Tom Edmonds
Executive Director
Southampton History Museum  |  17 Meeting House Lane, SH
(631) 283-2494 | southamptonhistory.org
Southampton History Museum | 17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, NY 11968



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