Open to the public, the free lecture will detail the Hancock Mansion's unique place as a catalyst for the preservation movement in America, how NBSS students recreated the original surround, and what's ahead for the door.
The relationship of the Native Americans and Puritans during the early years of settlement was complex and often contradictory. The causes of the epidemics that afflicted both populations and the human reactions were much more nuanced – and humane – than most people realize.
Join Joe Bagley, Boston's City Archaeologist, as he presents his bold visions for the future of Boston's City Archaeology Program.
A sneak preview of this summer's production of Blood on the Snow, featuring a talkback with playwright, actors, and Bostonian Society Historian Dr. Nathaniel Sheidley.