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Next meeting April 19

Our next meeting, via Zoom, will be on Monday, April 19 at 4:00 when we will hear author Mark Torres discuss his newly published book on migrant labor camps on LI.
“Long Island Migrant Labor Camps: Dust for Blood” is the riveting, comprehensive and never before told true story about the migrant labor camps in Suffolk County from their inception during World War II, through their heyday in 1960, and culminating with their steady decline towards the end of the 20th century.
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Eleanor Roosevelt

If you missed our visit with Eleanor Roosevelt, you can view it here.

Moses T. Alexander Greene!

If you missed the presentation, you can see it here: African-American Migration on Long Island

Happy Holidays through the years

Here’s hoping we can celebrate together in 2021!Pictures

Civil Rights on Long Island!

If you missed the live presentation, catch it video here.

Hot Chocolate!

If you missed Diane Schwindt’s presentation, you can view it here

The Pirates are here!

Here’s a link to Noel Gish’s presentation, in case you missed it. Click here.

John Turner’s presentation

If you were unable to see Red Gold: LI’s Cranberry Industry live, here is the link to the video

Peter Ward’s History Programs

If you want to catch up on Peter’s history programs, you may view them on YouTube here. You can also find this link on the Videos page.

In case you missed it…

Here is a link to Patricia Navarra’s presentation on May 18:

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