Exhibitions & Ongoing Events

Exhibition Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial this event is free 21 February 2014 to 23 May 2014 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM details
this event is free Exhibition

Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial

21 February 2014 to 23 May 2014 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Open Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM The exhibition is organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington

Shaw MemorialIn commemoration of the Civil War battle of Fort Wagner led by Colonel Robert Gould Shaw and the men of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment and in cooperation with the Massachusetts Historical Society, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. has organized the exhibition Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Shaw Memorial.

The exhibition celebrates Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ magisterial Shaw Memorial (1883–1900). When Saint-Gaudens created the monument, he based his likeness of Shaw on photographs of the colonel, but for his depiction of the other soldiers, he hired African American men to pose in his studio. This exhibition seeks to make real the soldiers of the 54th represented anonymously in the memorial. It brings together vintage photographic portraits of members of the regiment and of the men and women who recruited, nursed, taught, and guided them.

Throughout the run of the exhibition special programs are planned in cooperation with the Museum of African American History, the Boston African American National Historic Site, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment Company A, and the Friends of the Public Garden.

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  • MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
    MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
    10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

    this event is free details
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      • Early American History SeminarNegro Cloth: Mastering the Market for Slave Clothing in Antebellum ...
        Early American History SeminarNegro Cloth: Mastering the Market for Slave Clothing in Antebellum America
        5:15 PM - 7:30 PM Seth Rockman, Brown University Comment: David Quigley, Boston College

        This paper ties together the effort of a Northern firm to break into the business of making textiles for slaves; the politics of the slave plantation; and the national debate over tariffs. It brings together material culture studies, the history of capitalism, and comparative slavery. It emphasizes the design history of plantation textiles and the circuits of social knowledge that linked plantation to factory; in particular, it considers the role that enslaved men and women played as collaborators in the design of specific textiles.

        Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
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      • Public Program, Special EventA Traveled First Lady
        Public Program, Special EventA Traveled First Lady: An Evening with Louisa Catherine Adams
        6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Pre-Talk reception at 5:30pm C. James Taylor and Margaret Hogan

        First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams is best remembered as one the capital’s most accomplished hostesses as hundreds of guests regularly attended her Tuesday evenings of conversation, music, dancing, and refreshments. Join the editors of A Traveled First Lady: Writings of Louisa Catherine Adams for a social evening with Louisa.

        Please RSVP   this event requires a feeregistration required details
        • MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
          MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
          10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

          Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

          this event is free details
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            • Environmental History SeminarThe Galveston Spirit: How a Hurricane Remade American Politics
              Environmental History SeminarThe Galveston Spirit: How a Hurricane Remade American Politics
              5:15 PM - 7:30 PM Summer A. Shafer, Harvard University Comment: Anthony N. Penna, Northeastern University

              This project addresses the political economy of the Galveston “Great Storm” of 1900, still considered the deadliest natural disaster to date. Those who had failed to protect the island by taking preventative action utilized the post-disaster environment to seize control of vital municipal functions. Imagery of triumph over the storm played a powerful role in progressive politics as the “Galveston Spirit” seized the American imagination and helped to remake urban politics nationwide.

              Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
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            • Public ProgramCreated Equal
              Public ProgramCreated Equal: The Abolitionists
              5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Film Screening & Discussion Facilitated by Joanne Pope Melish, University of Kentucky Please RSVP   free eventregistration required at no cost details
                • MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
                  MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
                  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                  Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

                  this event is free details
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                  • Public Program, Author TalkThe Lodge Women
                    Public Program, Author TalkThe Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times
                    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Emily Lodge

                    While the biographies of the Lodge patriarchs have been well-documented, the stories of the influential Lodge women have never been authoritatively chronicled. From the earliest days of the American colonies, through the Gilded Age, and into the first years of the 21st century, The Lodge Women Their Men, and Their Times traces the family’s remarkable history through its female figures.

                    this event is free details
                    • Brown Bag"Dam all pumpkin states": King Williams War in the North and Coloni...
                      Brown Bag"Dam all pumpkin states": King Williams War in the North and Colonial Legitimacy
                      12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Katie Moore, Boston University this event is free details
                    • Special EventAn Evening at the Bostonian Society
                      Special EventAn Evening at the Bostonian Society
                      6:00 PM - 8:00 PM This event is open only to members of the Jeremy Belknap Circle.

                      Members of the Jeremy Belknap Circle are invited to an evening at the Bostonian Society located at 206 Washington Street in Boston. Registration required.

                      free eventregistration required at no cost details
                    • Biography SeminarThe Days of Their Lives: Using Diaries, Journals, and an "Almanack...
                      Biography SeminarThe Days of Their Lives: Using Diaries, Journals, and an "Almanack" to Recover the Past
                      5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Harvard University; Louisa Thomas, independent scholar and the author of Conscience; Noelle Baker, The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau Moderator: Susan Ware, General Editor, American National Biography

                      Be sure to RSVP for this program by emailing seminars@masshist.org or phoning 617-646-0568.

                      Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
                      Subscribe to received advance copies of the seminar papers.
                      details
                      • MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
                        MHS TourMHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS
                        10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                        Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

                        this event is free details
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                          • Immigration and Urban History SeminarBoston’s Chinatowns and Recent Senior Migration
                            Immigration and Urban History SeminarBoston’s Chinatowns and Recent Senior Migration
                            5:15 PM - 7:30 PM Nicole Newendorp, Harvard University Comment: Wing-kai To, Bridgewater State University

                            This discussion centers on the lifeways and services available to low-income, primarily non-English speaking Chinese seniors who live in Boston’s downtown Chinatown and Quincy, a satellite Chinatown in the suburbs. In so doing, it re-focuses attention away from the traditional question of defining Chinatown through residential space to the problem of defining community more generally for a heterogeneous group of migrants with a rich diversity of life experiences.

                            Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
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                            • Library ClosedLibrary Closed
                              Library ClosedLibrary Closed
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                            • Member Event, Special EventNew Faces & New Acquisitions
                              Member Event, Special EventNew Faces & New Acquisitions
                              5:30 PM - 7:30 PM This event is open only to new MHS Fellows and Members.

                              New MHS Fellows and Members are invited to get to know one another and learn more about the extraordinary collections housed at the Society.

                              Please RSVP   free eventregistration required at no cost details
                              • Special Event, Public ProgramTell it with Pride
                                Special Event, Public ProgramTell it with Pride
                                12:00 PM - 4:00 PM 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment Company A Kathryn Greenthal and Henry Duffy

                                Visitors are invited to enjoy an afternoon program of exhibition tours and special talks at the MHS related to the Tell It With Pride exhibition.

                                Please RSVP   free eventregistration required at no cost details
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                                  this event is free Exhibition

                                  Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial

                                  21 February 2014 to 23 May 2014 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
                                  Open Monday through Saturday from 10 AM to 4 PM The exhibition is organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington

                                  Shaw MemorialIn commemoration of the Civil War battle of Fort Wagner led by Colonel Robert Gould Shaw and the men of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment and in cooperation with the Massachusetts Historical Society, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. has organized the exhibition Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Shaw Memorial.

                                  The exhibition celebrates Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ magisterial Shaw Memorial (1883–1900). When Saint-Gaudens created the monument, he based his likeness of Shaw on photographs of the colonel, but for his depiction of the other soldiers, he hired African American men to pose in his studio. This exhibition seeks to make real the soldiers of the 54th represented anonymously in the memorial. It brings together vintage photographic portraits of members of the regiment and of the men and women who recruited, nursed, taught, and guided them.

                                  Throughout the run of the exhibition special programs are planned in cooperation with the Museum of African American History, the Boston African American National Historic Site, the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment Company A, and the Friends of the Public Garden.

                                  1 March 2014 this event is free MHS Tour

                                  MHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS

                                  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                                  Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

                                  The tour is free and open to the public. No reservation is required for individuals or small groups. Parties of 8 or more should contact the MHS prior to attending a tour. For more information please contact Curator of Art Anne Bentley at 617-646-0508 or abentley@masshist.org.

                                  Free and open to the public.

                                  4 March 2014 Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
                                  Subscribe to received advance copies of the seminar papers.
                                  Early American History Seminar

                                  Negro Cloth: Mastering the Market for Slave Clothing in Antebellum America

                                  5:15 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  Seth Rockman, Brown University Comment: David Quigley, Boston College

                                  Be sure to RSVP for this program by emailing seminars@masshist.org or phoning 617-646-0568.

                                  Authors will not read their essays but will offer brief remarks; please read the paper ahead of time and come prepared to join in the discussion. If you are not a subscriber to the series (subscribers receive online advance access to the papers) you may pick up a copy at the MHS front desk on the day of the program. Please phone 617-646-0568 with any questions.

                                  5 March 2014 this event is free Brown Bag

                                  The Appomattox Effect: Searching for the End of War in the American Civil War and Beyond

                                  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
                                  Michael Vorenberg, Brown University

                                  Americans tend to mark the surrender at Appomattox as the end of the Civil War, but the last battle came more than a month later, the last surrender a month after that, and the official “cessation of hostilities” more than a year later. A similar Appomattox effect shapes the way Americans think of other wars, making people assume, even when well-known facts indicate otherwise, that wars have discrete, identifiable endpoints. This lunch discussion raises some of the issues associated with identifying the end of any U.S. war in light of the search for an end of the Civil War.

                                  6 March 2014 Please RSVP   this event requires a feeregistration required Public Program, Special Event

                                  A Traveled First Lady: An Evening with Louisa Catherine Adams

                                  6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  Pre-Talk reception at 5:30pm C. James Taylor and Margaret Hogan

                                  In A Traveled First Lady: Writings of Louisa Catherine Adams, editors Margaret Hogan and C. James Taylor selected excerpts from diaries and memoirs of Adams’s most revealing comments on life at European courts, the difficulty of being an outsider, Abigail Adams’s Quincy, and the importance of society and etiquette in early Washington D.C. She is best remembered as one the capital’s most accomplished hostesses as hundreds of guests regularly attended her Tuesday evenings of conversation, music, dancing, and refreshments. Join the editors for a social evening with Louisa. There will be conversation and refreshments—but no dancing!

                                  Margaret A. Hogan is an independent editorial consultant and the former Managing Editor of the Adams Papers at the Massachusetts Historical Society. C. James Taylor is Editor in Chief of the Adams Papers.

                                  To Reserve: There is a $10 fee (no charge for Fellows and Members). Click here to register online or call the MHS reservations line at 617-646-0560.

                                  8 March 2014 this event is free MHS Tour

                                  MHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS

                                  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                                  Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

                                  The tour is free and open to the public. No reservation is required for individuals or small groups. Parties of 8 or more should contact the MHS prior to attending a tour. For more information please contact Curator of Art Anne Bentley at 617-646-0508 or abentley@masshist.org.

                                  Free and open to the public.

                                  11 March 2014 Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
                                  Subscribe to received advance copies of the seminar papers.
                                  Environmental History Seminar

                                  The Galveston Spirit: How a Hurricane Remade American Politics

                                  5:15 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  Summer A. Shafer, Harvard University Comment: Anthony N. Penna, Northeastern University

                                  Be sure to RSVP for this program by emailing seminars@masshist.org or phoning 617-646-0568.

                                  Authors will not read their essays but will offer brief remarks; please read the paper ahead of time and come prepared to join in the discussion. If you are not a subscriber to the series (subscribers receive online advance access to the papers) you may pick up a copy at the MHS front desk on the day of the program. Please phone 617-646-0568 with any questions.

                                  12 March 2014 Please RSVP   free eventregistration required at no cost Public Program

                                  Created Equal: The Abolitionists

                                  5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  Film Screening & Discussion Facilitated by Joanne Pope Melish, University of Kentucky

                                  The Abolitionists brings to life the struggles of the men and women who led the battle to end slavery.Using this film to ground our discussion, we will explore the lives of the individuals who participated in the antislavery movement: newspaper editor William Lloyd Garrison; former slave, author, and activist Frederick Douglass; Angelina Grimké, daughter of a rich South Carolina slaveholder; Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom's Cabin; and John Brown, ultimately executed for his armed seizure of the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry. Clips from the film will be shown at the event, and the film can be viewed in its entirety at: createdequal.neh.gov.

                                  Joanne Pope Melish is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Kentucky and a visiting scholar in American Studies at Brown University. She is the author of Disowning Slavery: Gradual Emancipation and “Race” in New England, 1780-1860.

                                  To Reserve: Click here to register online or call the MHS reservations line at 617-646-0560.

                                  Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle is made possible through a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, as part of its Bridging Cultures initiative, in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.

                                  15 March 2014 this event is free MHS Tour

                                  MHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS

                                  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                                  Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

                                  The tour is free and open to the public. No reservation is required for individuals or small groups. Parties of 8 or more should contact the MHS prior to attending a tour. For more information please contact Curator of Art Anne Bentley at 617-646-0508 or abentley@masshist.org.

                                  Free and open to the public.

                                  17 March 2014 this event is free Public Program, Author Talk

                                  The Lodge Women, Their Men and Their Times

                                  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
                                  Emily Lodge

                                  Like a Whitman poem, the saga of the Lodge family has unfolded in tandem with the history of the great American experiment itself. Yet while the biographies of the Lodge patriarchs have been well-documented, the stories of the influential Lodge women have never been authoritatively chronicled. From the earliest days of the American colonies, through the Gilded Age, and into the first years of the 21st century, The Lodge Women Their Men, and Their Times traces her family’s remarkable history through its female figures, constructing a narrative that is at once intensely personal, political, and wholly universal.

                                  Based on archival research, interviews, and personal memoirs, Emily Lodge presents her ancestors' stories largely through their own voices, heard in a rich collection of personal letters exchanged with the luminaries of their times, whose lives were linked with the Lodges by politics, art, and family: Henry Adams, Henry James, Theodore Roosevelt, John Hay, Elizabeth Cameron and Edith Wharton, some of whose letters are published here for the first time.From her unique descendant’s view on a long line of prominent Lodge women, the author recalls their grace, dash, and political influence through a sweep of history that illuminates the pages with the incandescent human truths of a distinguished family's life and times.

                                  Over the last thirty years a fascination with public policy has taken Emily into government, journalism, business and academia. As a print journalist, she focused on law and the courts. As a speech-writer for a US Congressman and a US Ambassador to France, her domain was foreign policy. As an award-winning television documentary researcher for 60 Minutes, she helped prove someone innocent. Emily won an Emmy Award for a CBS News Special Report about education. On moving to Europe, she became a correspondent for Brussel’s leading monthly business magazine. Her ParisVoice features column were known for their witty and perceptive observations about public figures. She has written brochures for companies and helped create a major fund-raising drive for INSEAD, Europe’s premier business school. A graduate of Georgetown University in diplomatic history, she is currently writing news analysis from the Middle East.

                                  To Reserve: This event is free and open to the public.

                                  19 March 2014 this event is free Brown Bag

                                  "Dam all pumpkin states": King Williams War in the North and Colonial Legitimacy

                                  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
                                  Katie Moore, Boston University

                                  In the spring of 1689, the Dominion of New England collapsed when provisional authorities in Boston and New York seized power. The governor-general was placed under house arrest and the northern garrisons ordered abandoned, exposing the English frontier to ongoing attacks by French and Abenaki soldiers. The following year, ad hoc colonial governments coordinated and launched attacks on Quebec and Montreal. How did Puritan divines and a German militia captain use war with the French to legitimate their authority to colonists, colonial leaders, and Native American allies? How did they justify strategy, finance, and diplomacy? Join us to learn more about this fascinating project. - This event has been rescheduled from February 5, when it was postponed due to snow..

                                  19 March 2014 free eventregistration required at no cost Special Event

                                  An Evening at the Bostonian Society

                                  6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
                                  This event is open only to members of the Jeremy Belknap Circle.

                                  State Street, 1801Members of the Jeremy Belknap Circle are invited to an evening at the Bostonian Society located at 206 Washington Street in Boston. Brian LeMay and Nat Sheidley will discuss ongoing plans and lead a tour of the building, including the tower (and its resident ghost). A reception will follow.

                                  To register, please call 617-646-0543 or e-mail awolfe@masshist.org.

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                                  20 March 2014 Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
                                  Subscribe to received advance copies of the seminar papers.
                                  Biography Seminar

                                  The Days of Their Lives: Using Diaries, Journals, and an "Almanack" to Recover the Past

                                  5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Harvard University; Louisa Thomas, independent scholar and the author of Conscience; Noelle Baker, The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau Moderator: Susan Ware, General Editor, American National Biography

                                  This program will feature a conversation with Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, 300th Anniversary University Professor at Harvard, who is using diaries (men's and women's) in her broader study of Mormon history; Louisa Thomas, an independent scholar and the author of "Conscience" (about her grandfather Norman Thomas), who is writing a biography of Louisa Catherine Adams; and Noelle Baker, Editorial Consultant to The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau, who is preparing a digital edition of Mary Moody Emerson's diary.

                                  22 March 2014 this event is free MHS Tour

                                  MHS Tour: The History and Collections of the MHS

                                  10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

                                  Join us for a tour of the Society's public rooms. Led by an MHS staff member or docent, the tour touches on the history and collections of the MHS and lasts approximately 90 minutes.

                                  The tour is free and open to the public. No reservation is required for individuals or small groups. Parties of 8 or more should contact the MHS prior to attending a tour. For more information please contact Curator of Art Anne Bentley at 617-646-0508 or abentley@masshist.org.

                                  Free and open to the public.

                                  25 March 2014 Seminars are free and open to the public; RSVP required.
                                  Subscribe to received advance copies of the seminar papers.
                                  Immigration and Urban History Seminar

                                  Boston’s Chinatowns and Recent Senior Migration

                                  5:15 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  Nicole Newendorp, Harvard University Comment: Wing-kai To, Bridgewater State University

                                  Be sure to RSVP for this program by emailing seminars@masshist.org or phoning 617-646-0568.

                                  Authors will not read their essays but will offer brief remarks; please read the paper ahead of time and come prepared to join in the discussion. If you are not a subscriber to the series (subscribers receive online advance access to the papers) you may pick up a copy at the MHS front desk on the day of the program. Please phone 617-646-0568 with any questions.

                                  27 March 2014 Library Closed

                                  Library Closed

                                  all day

                                  Due to maintenance work in the building the MHS library will be closed to researchers on Thursday, 27 March 2014.  Contact the library staff at 617-646-0532 or library@masshist.org with any questions. 

                                  27 March 2014 Please RSVP   free eventregistration required at no cost Member Event, Special Event

                                  New Faces & New Acquisitions

                                  5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
                                  This event is open only to new MHS Fellows and Members.

                                  Following a reception, new Fellows and Members are invited to join us for a unique opportunity to learn more about and view a selection of the Society's most recent acquisitions, including letters from a stunning collection of Adams and Cranch family correspondence and items from the Civil War archives of Capt. Luis F. Emilio of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment. Enjoy the chance to view Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial. Please call 617-646-0560 or register online by clicking the ticket icon above.

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                                  29 March 2014 Please RSVP   free eventregistration required at no cost Special Event, Public Program

                                  Tell it with Pride

                                  12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
                                  54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment Company A Kathryn Greenthal and Henry Duffy

                                  Visitors are invited to enjoy an afternoon program of exhibition tours and special talks at the MHS related to the Tell It With Pride exhibition.

                                  12:00: Join us for a presentation from the men of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment Company A, a company of civilian re-enactment personnel who keep alive the legacy of the unit through living history displays, educational briefings to the general public, and Civil War period encampments and re-enactments.

                                  1:00 Time to view the exhibition and for informal conversation with the men of the 54th Regiment.

                                  2:00: Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial: Its Context and Its Creation, a lecture by Kathryn Greenthal, author of Augustus Saint-Gaudens: Master Sculptor.

                                  3:00 Consecration and Monument: Robert Gould Shaw and the Massachusetts 54th Regiment, a lecture by Henry Duffy, Curator of Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, NH.

                                  This program is presented in partnership with the Friends of the Public Garden.

                                  To Reserve: Click here to register online or call the MHS reservations line at 617-646-0560. Please register if you plan to attend ANY part of this program (even if you can not join us for the entire afternoon).


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