Bricks, Burrs, & Beer: Manufacturing on Staten Island

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Join Staten Island Museum Curator of History, Patricia M. Salmon for a look at how the manufacturing industry helped to shape the rich history of Staten Island. After the arrival of the Dying & Printing Establishment around 1820, everything from bricks to beer to fireworks to rubber raincoats was soon manufactured. Discover these businesses and the products produced during a lively discussion and slide show.

Registration required.

Cost: Staten Island Museum Members - $5, Non-Members -$7. For information please call (718) 483-7123.

When: 
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
Venue: 
History Archives, Building H, Snug Harbor Cultural Center Campus - Staten Island
Sponsor: 
Staten Island Museum