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Three Village Historical Society and History Center [NY]

The Three Village Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Old Field, Poquott, the Setaukets, and Stony Brook, New York. To this end, the society operates exhibits of local history located within the circa 1800 Bayles-Swezey House.

The society offers exhibits, archival access, research assistance, 75-minute historic walking tours, guided field trips to Setauket, educational programs on local and Long Island history, and educational outreach programs. Appointments are required for archival access. Reservations are required for educational programs, and these programs are only available to elementary and junior high students in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Outreach programs are only available to elementary and junior high students in Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

 
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