PROGRAMS PAST & UPCOMING
For more than a decade the Tottenville Historical Society has been organizing and presenting public exhibitions, programs, walking tours and informal discussion groups. 
 

UPCOMING PROGRAMS 2018 

 
We are pleased to sponsor the following events arranged and led by Patricia Salmon, Staten Island author, educator and historian.
Place: H.H. Biddle House, 70 Satterlee St., Conference House Park.
Registration: $7/pp to support the Tottenville Historical Society. PAYMENT IN ADVANCE ONLY.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2pm
The Vanderbilts: An Empire Founded on Staten Island

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2pm
Staten Island & The Bridge--Unplanned Chaos & Disorder

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2pm
Celebrating the Italian Americans of Staten Island

For more information on these programs, visit patsalmonhistory.com.
*To register for Pat’s programs, send a check payable to Tottenville Historical Society to P.O Box 70185, Staten Island, NY 10307.  To pay by credit card call Pat at 917-608-6437.

* * * PROGRAMS ORGANIZED BY THE TOTTENVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY * * *

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 10am-4pm
Antiques & Uniques

96 Satterlee St. (rear lawn), Conference  House Park. An unusual selection of items for sale including Staten Island books, bottles, postcards, crockery, talking machines, novelty gifts and a collection of 20+ vintage and retro lighting fixtures. 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 & 14, 12-4pm
Open House New York weekend
Conference House Park. Five historic houses of the Park will be open to the public. You'll find us at the Ward-Leven House, 96 Satterlee St. again this year during this city-wide initiative.


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 (time to be announced) 
War Letters

Opening of the exhibition at the H.H. Biddle  House commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3 (time to be announced)
Explosion at Morgan: The World War I Middlesex Munitions Disaster
Power Point presentation and talk led by Randall Gabrielan, author of the book of the same title, at the H.H. Biddle House.

DECEMBER 9, 2018  - JANUARY 6, 2019
Holiday Festival of Traditions
A holiday celebration featuring the Festival of Trees exhibit and the Festival of Lights. A glittering display of evergreen trees decorated to commemorate the diverse cultures of our community - past and present - and the Menorah representing the Jewish Festival of Lights. Location: H.H. Biddle House, 70 Satterlee St.

Research services

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FAMILY HISTORY

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Millions of Americans are searching for their ancestors. It can be exciting. And it can uncover the expected! 

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HOUSE HISTORY

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How old is your home and who was it built for? Are you interested in learning the history of your property and home?

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YEARBOOK SEARCH

YEARBOOK COLLECTION

The Tottenville High School Yearbook Collection has proven to be a valuable genealogical resource.

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FAMILY KEEPSAKES

organizing family PAPERS

Organizing, preserving and storing your important family keepsakes - documents, photographs and artifacts - is important!

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