Join us for this free history presentation.

In 1779, General George Washington ordered a campaign driving the British allied Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) from their homes in present-day New York. The resulting Sullivan-Clinton Campaign dramatically impacted the Haudenosaunee communities, impacting the rest of the war in the Northeast and shaping the colonizer’s relations with Native American populations. This talk presents the history of the campaign and the archaeology of the campaign’s most noteworthy battles- Newtown and Chemung.

Where: Zoom

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_b4HDNlJvRsKwC6QDJjQqZg

ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Michael Jacobson holds a doctorate and MA in anthropology from Binghamton University and a BA in anthropology from Fort Lewis College in Colorado. His research interests include the archaeology of conflict and landscape archaeology. He formerly worked at the Public Archaeology Facility, where he established a research program supported by the National Park Service for studying and preserving New York’s Revolutionary War battlefields.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Roberson recognizes it sits on the ancestral homeland of the Onondaga Nation, which is part of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, comprising six nations. We extend our respect and gratitude to them as the past, present, and future stewards of this land, and are honored to display the contributions this nation and its people have made and continue to make to art, history, and science.

Learn more about Native Land.

Learn more about the Onondaga Nation.

 


Come explore one of Binghamton’s most historic homes this holiday season. The entire Phelps Mansion Museum will be decorated in an ornate display of Christmas themed decorations. We invite you to take a candlelight tour of the Phelps family home. Guests will learn how the Phelps would have celebrated Christmas in the 19th century.
Tours are limited to 14 people per tour time. Tours are offered at 6:00pm, 7:15pm, and 8:30pm.

Admission

Adults: $10.00
Students/Seniors: $8.00
Children 12 and under: $6.00

 

Reservations are strongly encouraged due to limited capacities for tours.
No candlelight tours Friday Dec. 3rd or Thursday December 9th due to other events those evenings

 

Reservations can be made by phone at (607) 722-4873 or by clicking the button below and selecting “Candlelight Tours.”

Get Admission

 

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all participants over the age of 5 are required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status!


Drink Beer | Talk History!

Join the Phelps Mansion Museum in both learning history and drinking beer on December 9th. Urban Explorer, Bryant Neal, hosts a presentation remembering the abandoned and forgotten architecture in America’s cities.

“Abandoned Upstate: Photos of Binghamton History”

The Abandoned Upstate Project is an ongoing visual collection of urban decay. From forgotten resorts to collapsing asylums, its reach spans hundreds of unique locations. No piece of history is immune to the effects of the reclamation of nature.

Bryant Neal is an urban explorer who found a passion for archiving abandoned spaces. His work exposes the beauty in decay through ornate details and somber backdrops. Bryant documents the deterioration of locations through photography, cinematography, and 35mm film.

Admission

  • Nonmembers: $10.00/person
  • Members: $8.00/person
  • Zoom option: $5.00

*Reservation Required
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Must be 21+ years of age
*First drink is free with admission

Reservation
NonMember $10.00 USDMember $8.00 USD

Zoom Option: $5.00

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all participants are required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status!


Come explore one of Binghamton’s most historic homes this holiday season. The entire Phelps Mansion Museum will be decorated in an ornate display of Christmas themed decorations. We invite you to take a candlelight tour of the Phelps family home. Guests will learn how the Phelps would have celebrated Christmas in the 19th century.
Tours are limited to 14 people per tour time. Tours are offered at 6:00pm, 7:15pm, and 8:30pm.

Admission

Adults: $10.00
Students/Seniors: $8.00
Children 12 and under: $6.00

 

Reservations are strongly encouraged due to limited capacities for tours.
No candlelight tours Friday Dec. 3rd or Thursday December 9th due to other events those evenings

 

Reservations can be made by phone at (607) 722-4873 or by clicking the button below and selecting “Candlelight Tours.”

Get Admission

 

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all participants over the age of 5 are required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status!


Come explore one of Binghamton’s most historic homes this holiday season. The entire Phelps Mansion Museum will be decorated in an ornate display of Christmas themed decorations. We invite you to take a candlelight tour of the Phelps family home. Guests will learn how the Phelps would have celebrated Christmas in the 19th century.
Tours are limited to 14 people per tour time. Tours are offered at 6:00pm, 7:15pm, and 8:30pm.

Admission

Adults: $10.00
Students/Seniors: $8.00
Children 12 and under: $6.00

 

Reservations are strongly encouraged due to limited capacities for tours.
No candlelight tours Friday Dec. 3rd or Thursday December 9th due to other events those evenings

 

Reservations can be made by phone at (607) 722-4873 or by clicking the button below and selecting “Candlelight Tours.”

Get Admission

 

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all participants over the age of 5 are required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status!