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Brown Bag

Exploring Conflict, Collaboration, and Conciliation in Colonial Families before the American ...

20Sep 12:00PM 2017

The Quincy, Adams, and Hancock families represent three different social classes all living in the small village of Braintree, MA before the American Revolution. This ...

Conversation

John McCormack and David K. Niles: How Two Reinvented Bostonians Altered American Politics and ...

20Sep 6:00PM 2017
There will be a pre-talk reception at 5:30pm.

John McCormack and David Niles came from large and poor families within religious minority communities. With no formal education, they reinvented themselves and moved ...

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An Extraordinary Life: An Evening with John Quincy Adams

21Sep 6:00PM 2017
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This event is sold out. President John Quincy Adams, the eldest son of founders Abigail and John, remains America’s most fascinating statesman. He began his ...

From our Blog

Who is J. Gibbs?

The Massachusetts Historical Society recently received a donation of William Gray Brooks family papers, primarily correspondence on genealogical subjects. It’s a terrific collection of letters ...

John Quincy Adams and the Education of a “Warrior Patriot”

When President John Quincy Adams delivered his first annual message to Congress on December 6, 1825, he noted that “the want of a naval school of instruction, corresponding with the Military ...

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