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Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center [NY]

The Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center seeks to preserve and share the history of Southampton, New York. To this end, the center operates a number of historical properties, including a paint store; blacksmith shop; one-room schoolhouse; carriage barn; and the main building, a sea captain's home, dating to 1843. Topics covered include farming, whaling, and local history.

The center offers period rooms and exhibits.