07/10/19 6:01am
07/10/2019 6:01 AM

The Cutchogue-New Suffolk Historical Council is set to open a new permanent exhibit of artifacts found near the historic Fort Corchaug site, collected decades ago by Cutchogue farmer Harold Grathwohl.

The exhibit, housed in The Red Barn on the Cutchogue Village Green, is the result of a collaboration between Southold Indian Museum president Lucinda Hemmick and Cutchogue-New Suffolk Library historical librarian Mariella Ostroski.  READ

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Joe Townsend shows off the Southold Indian Museum’s collection in 2012. (Credit: Beth Young, file)

Joe Townsend shows off the Southold Indian Museum’s collection in 2012. (Credit: Beth Young, file)

You may soon find glass cases containing Native American artifacts at local businesses and other public spaces around Southold Town. The exhibits are part of a plan the Southold Indian Museum is working on to gain exposure to the museum’s collection of artifacts.  (more…)