Deep Dive: Exploring the Exhibits

Photo of Euphius McDowell Halsey

This is a photo of Euphius McDowell Halsey, housed in a wooden frame surrounded by a rippling gold-like trim.

Euphius McDowell Halsey was born in Kingston Pennsylvania on May 26, 1784. She was the third child of Robert and Margaret McDowell. In 1806, she would go on to marry Nicoll Halsey on August 10th. Nicoll was the son of the U.S. Representative Silas Halsey, born in Southampton and would later go on to become a Representative of New York himself. Shortly after their marriage, Nicoll would move to Tompkins County and settled near Trumansburg in 1808, presumably alongside Euphius.

Hours of Operation
All indoor programs, activities and tours are closed through July 4, however this could change
Rogers Mansion - March to December, Wednesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm, $5 for adults, free for children under 17 and members
Thomas Halsey Homestead - July to September, Saturdays or by Appointment, $5 for adults, free for children under 17 and members
Pelletreau Silver Shop - Open year round, Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 4pm, Free admission
Conscience Point - Open year round, Sunrise to Sunset, Free admission
All subject to closure during Holidays
17 Meeting House Lane / PO Box 303, Southampton, NY 11968
(631) 283-2494