Sunday Service, March 30


Staten Island historian and author
Patricia M. Salmon will present an in-depth look at the Native Americans that resided on Staten Island.  Discussion on who they were, how they lived, and how they survived will be included, as will Staten Island archaeological studies that have offered insight into their lives. Ms. Salmon is an adjunct lecturer at Wagner College and the author of Realms of History: The Cemeteries of Staten Island; The Staten Island Ferry: A History;  and Murder & Mayhem on Staten Island which was published in 2013 by The History Press.  

 All are welcome.
Service begins 10:45 a.m.
Nursery, Toddler Care, Sunday School.
312 Fillmore Street at Clinton Ave, one block east of Snug Harbor.


One response to “Sunday Service, March 30

  1. I just bought her book yesterday at the SI Museum “Realms of History: The Cemeteries of Staten Island” and several weeks ago her book “The History of the Staten Island Ferry” also at the SI Museum. Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend next Sunday bc taking a class at Alice Austen House which begins at 11:30 and meeting a friend who’s coming in for the class from Manhattan on the SI Ferry at 11 a.m. I am SO SORRY that I will miss this wonderful program on the Lenape!

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