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“Alone Together” Virtual Lecture – “Night Boats to New England: When Splendor Sailed L.I. Sound”

Saturday, April 17 | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Sat., April 17th @ 5pm

 

 

Presented by John Henry. Well into the 20th century passenger steamers left New York City every night of the year headed eastward on the Sound bound for New London, Newport, Providence and Boston. Grandest of all were the magnificently appointed ships of the Fall River Line, which operated from 1847 to 1937 between New York, Newport and Fall River. Renowned for the opulence of their interiors, the dependability of their service, and their pedigreed passengers, they made the line a beloved American institution.

 

OHS utilizes Zoom Video Conferencing; the Zoom link posted below should not be clicked on until right before the start time.

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86333317639

 

OHS’s “Alone Together” Virtual Lectures are free for its members and there is a $5 suggested access fee for non-members

 

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Click here to pay the suggested webinar access fee of $5:

 

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Date:
Saturday, April 17
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Online via Zoom Video Conferencing
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