Luis Moses Gomez: Three Centuries of History in New York's Hudson Valley

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Ossining Public Library

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Calling all history buffs!

In this virtual presentation, historian Alex Prizgintas will discuss Luis Moses Gomez, a Jewish refugee who was a member of New York City's Shearith Israel Congregation.  Expanding his business interests northward in 1716, Gomez purchased land in Marlboro, New York, where he occupied this important intermediary role between local residents and the expanding market revolution.  Gomez's position in this changing society, as well as the three centuries of history endured by his Hudson Valley property known today as the Gomez Mill House, are extraordinary lenses through which socioeconomic and cultural advancements in the Hudson Valley can be observed.

Pre-registration is required.  Please register here on the online calendar and you will receive the zoom link.

This program is in partnership with the Tarrytown/Warner Library.

Event Type(s): Presentations
Age Group(s): Adults
James Trapasso
(914) 941-2416 ext. 327

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