Preserving bay houses and a way of life

Nancy Solomon is the driving force behind Long

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Nancy Solomon is the driving force behind Long Island Traditions' mission is to document, present and preserve the local traditions of the bay houses, their architecture and the  maritime culture they represent. On Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, she  spoke about her group's upcoming exhibit, "In Harm's Way," which is opening at the Long Island Museum of American Art, History, and Carriages in Stony Brook. Her goal is to help Long Islanders think and prepare for hurricanes and heavy storms. (Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)

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