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This Week @ MHS

This week plan to spend your lunch hour at the MHS. On both Tuesday and Wednesday we offer one-hour lunch time programs.  Both programs are free and open to the public. You bring the lunch, we provide the beverages. 

Tuesday, 17 May at 12:00 PM join us for the final installment of the What Does Massachusetts Have to do With.... mini-course.  Kate Viens and Conrad E. Wright from the MHS Research Department will share their insights on What does Massachusetts have to do with ... Columbus Day?.

Wednesday, 18 May at 12:00 PM current African American Studies Fellow Richard Boles of George Washington University presents his research Africans and Indians in Massachusetts Churches, 1730-1850 at a brown-bag lunch program.

On Saturday, 21 May the weekly building tour The History and Collections of the MHS departs the lobby at 10:00 AM.

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