by Delaney Reh |
History lovers from across Long Island headed to Setauket on Saturday for the Three Village Historical Society’s annual Culper Spy Day.
Now in its fifth year, the event showcases America’s first spy ring, which was used on Long Island to help General George Washington win the American Revolution.
There were volunteers in Revolutionary Era costumes, demonstrators reenacting how chicken noodle soup would be made in the 18th century, musical performances, historic house tours and more.
The various attractions were set up at the Setauket Village Green and the Three Village Historical Society headquarters at 93 North Country Road.
Scroll down to see photos from the day. Click boxes 2,3,4, and 5 to see them all.