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The Ketcham Inn and the Curious Case of the Culper Connection (Part 4)

June 13, 2015

Anna Smith Strong’s cousin, William Smith, was a member of the Provincial Congress and the Lord of St. George’s Manor, an old family estate on Smith’s Point, on the South Shore of Long Island. At the time of the British occupation, Smith and his family were driven from their home and forced to flee to upstate New York.

 

The Ketcham Inn and the Curious Case of the Culper Connection (Part 3)

June 12, 2015

In January of 1778, Benjamin Havens' brother-in-law, Selah Strong, was imprisoned by the British. That summer, Benjamin Tallmadge commenced his secret operations. In August, George Washington wrote a letter to Caleb Brewster from White Plains, New York.

 

The Ketcham Inn and the Curious Case of the Culper Connection (Part 2)

June 11, 2015

Over the next several months, members of the Committee of Safety, including Benjamin Havens and Abraham Woodhull, would meet in both Corum and Setauket. Their activities would be short lived.

 

The Ketcham Inn and the Curious Case of the Culper Connection (Part 1)

June 10, 2015

In 2010, we told the story of the historicTerrill-Havens-Terry-Ketcham Inn, located in the hamlet of Moriches, in the town of Brookhaven, on the South Shore of Long Island. Now, after 25 years of painstaking restoration the ancient edifice is poised to be reborn.

 

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