The Alice Austen House

The Alice Austen House promotes public awareness and scholarly study regarding the life and work of Alice Austen (1866 - 1952), one of America's earliest and most prolific female photographers.

Conference House

The mission of the Conference House Association is not only to preserve and protect the property, but also to educate visitors about its historical significance and the role it played in the birth of our nation.

Fresh Kills Park

2,200 acres of natural habitats, activities and circulation routes will comprise the new Fresh Kills Park, a model of public engagement and adaptive reuse that transforms how we experience vast, reclaimed landscapes in the city.

Historic Richmond Town

Historic Richmond Town is New York City's living history and museum complex. Visitors can explore the diversity of the American experience, through the lives of ordinary people, who struggled, survived and thrived from the colonial period to the present.

Moravian Cemetery Tours

Take a walking tour of the Moravian Cemetery at 2205 Richmond Road for an eye-opening "Who's Who" lesson in Staten Island history. Visit the final resting place of some of the Island's most illustrious residents, leaders, and villains.

Old Staten Island

Staten Island has always been known for its family values and slower pace of living. Yet, we are just a boat ride away from the most exciting place in the world... "Manhattan"  Staten Island's beaches and parks are a retreat from the crowded city streets.

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PLSI on Twitter

The Preservation League of Staten Island (PLSI) is the only borough-wide historic preservation organization in New York City. Follow us on our Twitter feed to keep in general touch with the Staten Island preservation community.

The Revolutionary War in Richmond County

The somewhat secluded nature of Staten Island in the 17th and 18th centuries afforded its citizens with relative peace and prosperity after the first Dutch settlers battled with the local Indians.

Secret Statem Island

At Secret Staten Island dot com it is our mission to discover "secret" information about this wonderful (and wonder-filled) island and to "declassify" that information, making it available to all who are interested in the Island.

Staten Island Borough President

"We are going to make sure we do everything we can to do the right thing by all Staten Islanders, North and South and everything in between, I'm excited about things."
-- Borough President James S. Oddo

The Mud Lane Society

The Mud Lane Society for the Renaissance of Stapleton is a non-profit neighborhood corporation that exists to promote and improve the village of Stapleton, located on the Northeast coast of Staten Island, N.Y.

Tottenville Historical Society

The Tottenville Historical Society is the premier resource for information about the history and heritage of Tottenville.  We follow the highest standards of professional integrity in uncovering, interpreting, and presenting information about the past.

The St. George Theatre

The St. George Theatre is dedicated to the restoration of the historic theatre and its development as a cultural and performing arts center for Staten Island by providing community outreach, educational programs and public performances.

The Staten Island Historian

This website offers information about Staten Island history. Since no one person or website can provide all the information about any topic, this site also serves as a portal to other organizations and resources that will help researchers find information.

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Seguine Mansion

Greek Revival Mansion with working stables on ten gorgeous acres within Lemon Creek Park.  103+ acres with picnicking, playground, and beach in Prince's Bay. Built in 1838 by Joseph H. Seguine. Tours by appointment only.

Center for the Arts College of Staten Island

The CFA takes pride in developing a fresh calendar of events each season, bringing a broad range of programming that reflects the various interests of the College. 

Staten Island Arts

Staten Island Arts cultivates a sustainable and diverse cultural community by making art accessible, supporting and building recognition for artistic achievement, and providing resources to encourage cultural production.

The Garibaldi-Meucci Museum

The Garibaldi-Meucci Museum was the home of Antonio Meucci, the true inventor of the telephone, and a refuge to Giuseppe Garibaldi, the legendary hero who championed the unification of Italy.

JCC of Staten Island

We are dedicated to encouraging harmony throughout the community by providing facilities and programs that are open to all regardless of race, religion, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or politics.

National Lighthouse Museum

Our goal is to maintain a museum relating to lighthouses located on Staten Island, and to collect, preserve, and interpret objects related to the history and technology of lighthouses located, in the past or present, at sites throughout the United States.

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We sponsor programs about the recognition, care and restoration of historic properties. We give tours and we confer awards for outstanding preservation work. Landmark designation for significant sites is a priority. 

Protectors of Pine Oak Woods

Protectors is committed to increasing the stewardship of Staten Island's existing parkland, Bluebelt corridors and nature preserves and to continuing the effort to preserve Staten Island's natural areas.

The St. George Civic Association

The St. George Civic Association works for managed growth and development, improved schools, public safety, better transportation, including the Staten Island Ferry, and for increased recreational and retail amenities throughout Staten Island.

Snug Harbor Cultural Institution & Botanical Garden

Snug Harbor (the largest ongoing adaptive reuse project in America), is a place where history, architecture, the arts, and environmental science come together and provide dynamic experiences for all ages.

The Staten Island Bluebelt

The Staten Island Bluebelt is an award winning, ecologically sound and cost-effective stormwater management program that demonstrates how wetland preservation can be economically prudent and environmentally responsible.

Greenbelt Conservancy

The Greenbelt's natural and "Forever Wild" areas support rare habitats such as wetlands, forests, woodlands, meadows, and native rare plant species. They are accessible through our extensive trail system located in an urban setting.

The Staten Island Museum

Especially for thinkers, doers and the curious who are seeking diverse and engaging experiences in a unique setting, Staten Island Museum is the place for exploring the dynamic connection between natural science, art and history since 1881.

The Noble Maritime Collection

Born in Paris in 1913, John A. Noble was the son of the noted American painter, John ("Wichita Bill") Noble.  He spent his early years in the studios of his father and his father's contemporaries, innovative artists and writers of the early part of this century.

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