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Lloyd Manor [NY]

Lloyd Manor, built in 1766, is a handsome structure with fine interior woodwork by Connecticut craftsmen. Located in a spectacular setting overlooking Lloyd harbor, the grounds contain a formal garden. The house is furnished to the 1793 inventory of John Lloyd II. Lloyd Manor was the home of Jupiter Hammon, a slave who became the first published black poet. Interpretive exhibits provide the history and documentation for the installation.

The site offers exhibits, tours, and educational programs.

 
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