MHS News

Recent MHS Grant Announcements—December

The Richard Saltonstall Charitable Foundation and the Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati
Just in time for the New Year, the MHS received two key grants to promote research and make its collections more accessible. The Trustees of the Richard Saltonstall Charitable [...] read more

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MHS Announces New Essay Collection—
Remaking Boston

  A 2006 MHS conference on the environmental history of Boston has recently resulted in an important collection of essays. Remaking Boston: An Environmental History of the City and Its Surroundings, edited by Anthony N. Penna (Northeastern University) and Conrad [...] read more

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MHS and SJC to Present Teacher Workshops

on the End of Slavery

The MHS is partnering with the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to present a two-day teacher workshop based on court cases and documents dealing with the end of slavery in both Massachusetts (after the Revolution) and in the country (before the Civil War). The [...] read more

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