The Society's staff, board members and volunteers have researched and present a number of lectures on Long Island history. They touch on many topics, and all include a Powerpoint presentation as part of the program. The following list provides information on those that are available (with notice). If you or your institution is interested in booking a lecture, please call or email the Society to check on scheduling and availability. The lectures are listed by topic.
ART & ARTISTS OF LONG ISLAND
"A Shared Aesthetic: Artists of Long Island's North Fork."
"Charles Henry Miller, N.A: Painter of Long Island."
"The Life and Work of Lemuel M. Wiles."
"Thomas Currie-Bell: Painter of The North Fork."
LONG ISLAND - GENERAL
"The Last days of the Bunker Industry on Eastern Long Island."
"How to Build & Maintain a Website on a Tight Budget."
"Museum Shops in America."
ST. JAMES & HEAD OF THE HARBOR
"A Bit of St. James: A History in Photographs."
"Head of the Harbor: A Journey Through Time."
"On the Harbor: People, Places & Entrepreneurs."
"Villa Me Mo: The Thornton Estate at St. James, Long Island."
SOUTHOLD TOWN & THE NORTH FORK
"A History of Plum Island, New York."
"Brecknock Hall: The Floyd Family & their Estate in Greenport."
"Ever Eastward: Alfred H. Cosden and His Estate at Southold."
"Joosting Around Southold: A Look at a Family on Maple Lane."
"Lighthouse Farm and the Tobeys: A Look at Southold’s First Horse Show."
"Lost Buildings of Southold Town."
"Racing and Riding: The Cosden Family of Southold, Long Island."
"Southold, Celebrating the Tercentenary: 1640-1940."
"Southold Reminiscences: Joseph N. Hallock and his Southold."
"The War of 1812 Comes to the North Fork."
"The Wickham Murders: A Tale of Tragedy and Revenge."