It’s a busy week at the MHS! Here is a look at what is planned:
On Monday, 18 November, at 6:00 PM, David J. Silverman, George Washington University, presents "This Land Is Their Land The Wampanoag Indians, Plymouth Colony, & the Troubled History of Thanksgiving."
On Tuesday, 19 November, at 5:15 PM, Paul Gilje, University of Oklahoma, presents "Murder at the Manhattan Well: The Personal & the Political in the Election of 1800" with comment by Kate Grandjean, Wellesley College.
On Wednesday, 20 November, at 6:00 PM, Kate Bennett, Boston Housing Authority; Soni Gupta, The Boston Foundation; Lawrence Vale, MIT; Sandra Henriquez, Detroit Housing Commission; and moderator David Luberoff, Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies, present "New Directions for Boston’s Subsidized Housing: Learning from the Past." Please note that registration for this program is now closed.
On Thursday, 21 November, at 5:15 PM, Alison M. Parker, University of Delaware, and Kerri Greenidge, Tufts University, present "Mary Church Terrell’s Intersectional Black Feminism."
On Friday, 22 November, at 2:00 PM, an Adams Papers editor will walk visitors through "Abigail Adams: Life & Legacy."
On Saturday, 23 November, at 10:00 AM, join us for "The History & Collections of the MHS," a 90-minute docent-led tour.
For more information or to register, please visit www.masshist.org/events.
This Week @MHS November 15, 2019 It’s a busy week at the MHS. Here is a look at what is planned: On Monday, 18 November, at 6:00 PM: This Land Is Their Land The Wampanoag Indians, Plymouth Colony, & the Troubled History of Thanksgiving with David J. Silverman, George Washington University. David S...