Lloyd Harbor Historical Society

Lloyd Harbor Historical Society The Lloyd Harbor Historical Society, founded 1974, is a non-profit, volunteer organization, dedicated to preserving the early history of the area.

The main focus of the Society has been the restoration and preservation of the Henry Lloyd Manor House built 1711, the George W. Barn, and the surrounding gardens and grounds. The Society provides numerous educational opportunities including activities for all ages, as well as lectures and social events which celebrate the unique history of this beautiful part of Long Island's North Shore.

Thank you to the band and orchestra students and Mr. Chiarello at Cold Spring Harbor High School for their wonderful per...
12/09/2019

Thank you to the band and orchestra students and Mr. Chiarello at Cold Spring Harbor High School for their wonderful performance at Santa in the Barn today.

Santa in the Barn 2019. Always a special day
12/09/2019

Santa in the Barn 2019. Always a special day

12/09/2019

Santa arriving by special escort to the George Weir barn today.

Santa in the BarnSunday, December 8, 2 - 4 pm41 Lloyd Harbor Road, Lloyd HarborDon't forget your camera to capture those...
11/22/2019

Santa in the Barn
Sunday, December 8, 2 - 4 pm
41 Lloyd Harbor Road, Lloyd Harbor
Don't forget your camera to capture those special moments.
Bring a new, unwrapped toy for donation.
Refreshments, bake sale, crafts and music

A fun night at the Lloyd Harbor Historical Society Halloween Party in the George Weir Barn. A good time was had by all.
10/30/2019

A fun night at the Lloyd Harbor Historical Society Halloween Party in the George Weir Barn. A good time was had by all.

Ketewamoke Chapter, NSDAR. Huntington, New York
08/18/2019

Ketewamoke Chapter, NSDAR. Huntington, New York

IDA BUNCE SAMMIS
Born 8 Oct, 1865
Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
Ida Bunce Sammis of Huntington was an active Long Island suffrage leader. Ida was the first women elected to the New York State Assembly in 1918. This marker is located in front of the Sammis house at 70 Main Street, Huntington.

http://longislandwomansuffrage.com/?p=5090

West Side School Square Dance in the George Weir Barn today, Lloyd Harbor Historical Society.
05/22/2019

West Side School Square Dance in the George Weir Barn today, Lloyd Harbor Historical Society.

Lloyd Harbor Historical Society's cover photo
03/02/2019

Lloyd Harbor Historical Society's cover photo

Santa at the George Weir Barn today.
12/10/2018

Santa at the George Weir Barn today.

Meet Santa in the George Weir Barn, Sunday, December 9 from 2:00 to 4:00. Lloyd Harbor Historical Society, 41 Lloyd Harb...
11/19/2018

Meet Santa in the George Weir Barn, Sunday, December 9 from 2:00 to 4:00. Lloyd Harbor Historical Society, 41 Lloyd Harbor Road, Lloyd Harbor. Don't forget your camera to capture those special memories. Bring a new, unwrapped toy for donation. Refreshments, bake sale, music and crafts!

10/26/2018

Please be advised that due to the impending nor’easter on Saturday the Halloween Party in the George Weir barn has been cancelled.
We are sorry for the inconvenience. Be safe.

Lloyd Harbor Historical Society
10/17/2018

Lloyd Harbor Historical Society

To purchase tickets go to lloydharborhistoricalsociety.org

To purchase tickets go to lloydharborhistoricalsociety.org
09/17/2018

To purchase tickets go to lloydharborhistoricalsociety.org

The West Side School Square Dance at the George Weir Barn, May 16, 2017
05/24/2017

The West Side School Square Dance at the George Weir Barn, May 16, 2017

Looking down daffodil hill to the George Weir barn and Henry House (with new cedar roof)
04/26/2017

Looking down daffodil hill to the George Weir barn and Henry House (with new cedar roof)

A good time was had by all especially the children!
12/06/2016

A good time was had by all especially the children!

Photos from Lloyd Harbor Historical Society's post
12/04/2016

Photos from Lloyd Harbor Historical Society's post

Santa has arrived!
12/04/2016

Santa has arrived!

Santa in the Barn today at 2:00 at the George Weir barn at 41 Lloyd Harbor Road
12/04/2016

Santa in the Barn today at 2:00 at the George Weir barn at 41 Lloyd Harbor Road

03/15/2016

Join us for our Farm to Barn Cocktail Party on May 14, 2016 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at the George Weir Barn featuring Long Island purveyors. Tickets are $75.00 per person. Please visit the Lloyd Harbor Historical Society website for details.

Please sign this petition!  SAVE the Milleridge Inn!https://www.change.org/p/save-american-history-save-the-historic-340...
09/11/2015
Save American History! Save the historic 340 year old Milleridge Inn!

Please sign this petition! SAVE the Milleridge Inn!

https://www.change.org/p/save-american-history-save-the-historic-340-year-old-milleridge-inn?recruiter=380401164&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink

For generations of Long Islanders, the Milleridge Restaurant and Village brings back countless memories of warm, happy times with family and friends. It also serves as a steppingstone for an introduction to our colorful American History. The main building of the inn was constructed in 1672 and was…

August 13Professor Joe McGill from the Slave Dwelling Projectwill be sleeping at the Joseph Lloyd Houseand stopping by t...
07/30/2015
Lloyd Harbor Historical Society

August 13
Professor Joe McGill from the Slave Dwelling Project
will be sleeping at the Joseph Lloyd House
and stopping by to visit the Henry Lloyd House.
The public is welcome.
5:30-8:00 pm SPLIA and Lloyd Harbor Historical Society will host a Garden Reception at Joseph Lloyd Manor in Lloyd Harbor. Meet Joseph McGill and enjoy tours of the house and refreshments in the walled garden at Lloyd Manor, completed in 1766 for Joseph Lloyd, the second lord of the Manor of Queens Village. Lloyd Manor was the seat of a 3000-acre country estate that remained in the Lloyd family until 1876; it was the home of Jupiter Hammon, a slave who became the first published black poet in America. Hammon’s earliest known poem, An Evening Thought was published December 25th, 1760; earlier this year a poem attributed to Jupiter Hammon, written in 1770, was discovered at the New-York Historical Society (This reception is free and open to the public)
http://lloydharborhistoricalsociety.org/events.html

04/19/2015

Jupiter Hammon Poetry Contest Winners!!

Lloyd Harbor School
4th Grade:
1st place: "Slaves" by Anna Maria Fernandez
2nd place: "Love is Everything" by Brooke Antolin
3rd place: "Stuck in a Time of Slavery" by Annabelle Bryant

Huntington High School:
1st place: "1862 Internal Fight" by Cooper Cook
2nd place: "A Day as a Slave" by Bladimir Reyes

Jupiter Hammon Poetry Contest Awards Reception
Sunday, May 3rd at 4:00PM
At The Henry Lloyd Manor and George Weir Barn

CSHHS TBA May 1st.

12/01/2014

SANTA IN THE BARN
Bake Sale
Sunday, December 7, 2014
2PM

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