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Walt Whitman Birthplace

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En route between New York and Sag Harbor, great admirors of Walt Whitman, we stopped in Huntington on a foggy December morning. The museum and the house were closed to the public, and seeing our disappointment, Cynthia Shor, the Director, and her team, were incredibly kind and
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Having been enthralled with Leaves of Grass for 50 years, it was a true delight to visit this museum and home. You will learn much about the poet and his impact on history, as well as his journey as a writer. It is a small but packed museum space, and the birthplace home is very
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Walt Whitman grew up in Huntington Station, NY on a large tract of land owned by his family. He was the founder of a local Huntington newspaper, The Long Islander, that is still in print today. The museum has special days where they have wonderful docent led tours of the home
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Walt Whitman was born and lived in this house until he was 4. Although he was raised elsewhere, he always had a warm feeling for Long Island and visited there often during his life. I went with a group of 8 friends and had arranged to have tea as well as a tour. Our docent who
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We had an excellent tour of this beautiful house, where Walt Whitman lived the first four years of his life. The guide gave a lot of information because we were interested. There's also a small museum which is worth seeing. Jayne's Hill is nearby and also worth a visit while
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