Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council The Village Green is a collection of houses that tells the story of Cutchogue from 1640 to the present
The Cutchogue Village Green is owned and maintained by the Cutchogue- New Suffolk Historical Council, a 501c3 non-profit, tax exempt charity, chartered by the Board of Regents of the New York State Education Department as an educational institution. Council members are volunteer workers you see staffing the buildings and organizing the activities. We invite you to join us

Village Green with structures dated from 1640. Homes to families associated with Cutchogue's history.

Open Market News
06/02/2019
The Independent Newspaper

Open Market News

North Fork News, compiled by Genevieve Kotz.
Shelter Island Historical Society Southold Historical Society Custer Observatory Shelter Island Public Library Suffolk County Historical Society Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild, Inc. Mashomack Preserve Community Action-Southold Town Group for the East End The Ed & Phyllis Davis Wellness Institute Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council

Fraunces Tavern® Museum
05/31/2019

Fraunces Tavern® Museum

Our "Valuable" exhibition will be on display through JULY 8, 2019. Plan your visit today for a last chance to glimpse some of the Museum's most treasured objects, including Martha Washington's shoe, and Nathan Hale's last known letter.

Throw back Thursday! The 2019 admission will be $6.00!
05/30/2019

Throw back Thursday! The 2019 admission will be $6.00!

Step by step hand tool construction of  17 th century cupboard in the Old House
05/29/2019

Step by step hand tool construction of 17 th century cupboard in the Old House

Memorial Day weekend , soon to be on display in the Red Barn on the Village Green
05/23/2019

Memorial Day weekend , soon to be on display in the Red Barn on the Village Green

Can you find Boo the dog?
05/22/2019

Can you find Boo the dog?

The well furnished 1700 hall
05/12/2019

The well furnished 1700 hall

05/12/2019

Staging the new 1700 kitchen

The sheep are back on the Village Green
04/25/2019

The sheep are back on the Village Green

Perhaps you like fishing, clamming ....or anything on the waterfront.
04/18/2019

Perhaps you like fishing, clamming ....or anything on the waterfront.

The top of Notre Dame #paris
04/16/2019

The top of Notre Dame #paris

#straydog
04/10/2019

#straydog

Snow on Mount Etna
04/08/2019

Snow on Mount Etna

Open to all !
04/03/2019

Open to all !

03/09/2019

#nofo #cutchogue

Throw Back thursday
03/07/2019

Throw Back thursday

03/04/2019

Spring

The new year opens another exciting chapter in the Council's efforts to preserve The Old House. With additional support ...
03/01/2019
What’s New This Year at The Old House?

The new year opens another exciting chapter in the Council's efforts to preserve The Old House. With additional support just received from the Reichert Family Foundation, we look forward to finishing the exterior restoration and upgrades for barrier free access that was generously funded by the Gardiner Foundation in 2018. The oak clapboard that has failed on the south (front) facade will be replaced with new material, while the sides and back will be cleaned and rejuvenated. [ 55 more words ]
https://www.cutchoguenewsuffolkhistory.org/whats-new-this-year-at-the-old-house/

The new year opens another exciting chapter in the Council’s efforts to preserve The Old House. With additional support just received from the Reichert Family Foundation, we look forward to f…

Matt Diana Housewright
02/21/2019

Matt Diana Housewright

We are currently opening up this once tunnel like attic staircase that was previously enclosed by walls on either side. By opening up the staircase we’ve exposed the original 1690(!) rear post. Restored staircase gets a facelift with new skirt boards, treads, risers, newel post, handrails and balusters.

Chrysalis Archaeology
02/15/2019
Chrysalis Archaeology

Chrysalis Archaeology

Check out this News 12 NY story on the Hendrick I. Lott House today...

TBT
02/07/2019

TBT

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council
02/03/2019

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council

Throw back Sunday
02/03/2019

Throw back Sunday

The Bay is frozen #Nofo #Cutchogue #fleetsneck
02/02/2019

The Bay is frozen #Nofo #Cutchogue #fleetsneck

Deed of Confiscation, stripping the Wickham family of all properties including the Old House and Robin's Island after th...
02/01/2019

Deed of Confiscation, stripping the Wickham family of all properties including the Old House and Robin's Island after the Revolutionary War

Henry Whitfield State Museum
01/24/2019

Henry Whitfield State Museum

120 Years as a Museum: Arriving by Auto, 1899-1909

During the first decade of the museum, visitors arrived on foot, bicycles, by horse and carriage, and via train. The automobile was in its infancy.

According to local sources, the first automobile registered in Guilford was a 1902 Oldsmobile R roundabout. It is not known if that car visited the new museum in the early 1900s but it was on hand in 2004 when the centennial of the formal opening of the museum was celebrated.

The Oldsmobile R was produced from 1901 to 1907, had a one cylinder, 4 horsepower, gasoline engine, and had a top speed of 20 miles per hour. Only 425 were built the first year but 19,000 eventually rolled off the assembly line. The model also featured a tiller and oil lamps.

Each month in 2019, we will be highlighting the 120th Anniversary of the museum with special postings. (In June 1899, the Henry Whitfield House in Guilford was designated the State Historical Museum by the Connecticut Legislature).

Trustees examining artifacts
01/03/2019

Trustees examining artifacts

Parlor table
01/03/2019

Parlor table

01/03/2019

Delivery of new parlor table

12/11/2018
northforker

Highlights of the B&B tour.Visit us in the Spring for even more spectacular staging of life in the 17 th century at the “Old House”, NY’s oldest house, maintained solely by donations on the Cutchogue Village Green

This year's tour included four bed and breakfasts and the historic Old House. Relive the holiday magic! http://bit.ly/2C29Tr7

12/08/2018

The Parlor

12/08/2018

The Hall

Holiday ready
12/08/2018

Holiday ready

The Historical Council's Carriage House Gift Shop is full of goodies, gifts and North Fork specialties for Christmas giv...
12/08/2018
Merry Christmas!

The Historical Council's Carriage House Gift Shop is full of goodies, gifts and North Fork specialties for Christmas giving. Open weekends until December 16, from 1 pm until 4 pm. Stop by and say hello to Janet and Emily, and be sure to ask for a taste of their "Really Good" jams and spreads! Every purchase benefits the Historical Council, a 501(c)(3) non profit, educational organization dedicated to preserving and interpreting the history of Cutchogue and New Suffolk. Merry Christmas!
https://www.cutchoguenewsuffolkhistory.org/merry-christmas/

The Historical Council’s Carriage House Gift Shop is full of goodies, gifts and North Fork specialties for Christmas giving. Open weekends until December 16, from 1 pm until 4 pm. Stop by and…

Our gift to the community
12/02/2018

Our gift to the community

12/02/2018

Over 150 people celebrated!

Santa has arrived!!!
12/01/2018

Santa has arrived!!!

12/01/2018

The School House!

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council
12/01/2018

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council

Weather is perfect for tree lighting!
12/01/2018

Weather is perfect for tree lighting!

Boo blocks Virginia from leaving after a morning of decorating for the Tree lighting this Saturday
11/28/2018

Boo blocks Virginia from leaving after a morning of decorating for the Tree lighting this Saturday

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27320 ROUTE 25
Cutchogue, NY
11935

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