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Upcoming Events

History of Women and Gender Seminar

Miss America’s Politics: Beauty and the Development of the New Right since 1968

19Dec 5:30PM 2017
Location: Massachusetts Historical Society

Drawn from McElya’s larger book project, this essay examines the centrality of the Miss America pageant, its local networks, and individual contestants to the ...

MHS Tour

The History and Collections of the MHS

30Dec 10:00AM 2017

The History and Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society Tour is a 90-minute docent-led walk through our public rooms. The tour is free, open to the public, ...

Brown Bag

Excavating the Western Indian Mound and Building the American Archive

3Jan 12:00PM 2018

Settlers and travelers moving westward in the early republic encountered the myriad Indian mounds scattered along the American frontier. These sundry earthworks furnished ...

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This Week @ MHS

As the end-of-year holidays approach we are slowly applying the brakes to our programming schedule here at the Society. However, we still have a few public events coming in the next couple of weeks. ...

Charles Cornish Pearson and the Great War, Part I

I’d like to introduce Charles Cornish Pearson, a young man who served during World War I in the 101st Machine Gun Battalion, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces. The MHS acquired his ...

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