HORACE GREELEY AND FAMILY
Title: HORACE GREELEY AND FAMILY
Location: Yorktown Community Center (Nutrition Rm.), Commerce St., Yorktown Hts.
Description: By Gray Williams, New Castle Town Historian and a Trustee of New Castle and Westchester County Historical Societies. Horace Greeley, the editor of one of the foremost newspapers, the New York Tribune, bought property in Chappaqua in 1852. He moved into a larger house later which is now the museum and headquarters of the New Castle Historical Society. Greeley ran for U.S. President against Ulysses S. Grant in 1872. Nationally, Greeley was a famous journalist and political leader. In New Castle, he and his family made lasting and significant contributions. Join us for an interesting presentation about a Westchester individual important in our history.
Start Time: 19:30