A Sense of Place: Long Island History and Heritage

Speaker- Dr. Natalie Naylor

An overview of Long Island’s history from the Native American Indians and early Dutch and English settlements in the seventeenth century, to Levittown and the suburban metropolis in the twenty-first century. This presentation emphasizes Long Island’s legacy explored in parks, museums, and historic houses. The speaker, Natalie Naylor, Ed.D., instructed Long Island and American social history at Hofstra University where she was the founding director of its Long Island Studies Institute until she retired. She is a former president of the Friends of Rock Hall Museum. 

Event Details

  • Registration: Space is limited. Pre-payment is required.
  • Fees:  $10 per person ($8 seniors/ members free). Check is to be payable to the Friends of Rock Hall.
  • Day/Time: Sunday, March 27 at 1:30 pm