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A Trip to Hancock Shaker Village

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Last week, I headed to the Berkshires with my colleague, Justin, for the day.  We had planned to... Read More »

Beacon Hill, Boston

Beacon Hill, Boston

On any given day, Beacon Hill’s brick sidewalks are dotted with camera-toting tourists. It is one of the... Read More »

Best 5 Revolutionary War Sites in New England

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Norman Desmarais frequently escapes into the 18th century for reenactments, Colonial fairs, heritage days, school presentations, and talks.... Read More »

Black Heritage Trail | Historical Walking Tour on Boston’s Beacon Hill

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The National Park ranger clears his throat. Across from the State House at the Shaw Memorial, under the... Read More »

Celebrating Mayflower II at Plimoth Plantation

Each year the seaside town of Plymouth, MA is visited by countless tourists – local, national, and global... Read More »

Dentzel Carousel | Local Treasure

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Gripping the wild mane of a galloping, whirling carousel horse is a memory we all share from childhood.... Read More »

Historic Forest Hills Cemetery

Historic Forest Hills Cemetery

Forest Hills Cemetery in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood is perhaps the city’s most beautiful and historic rural garden... Read More »

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site | Local Treasure

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William Tecumseh Sherman looks as though he hasn’t slept in 36 hours. His brow is sagging and creased,... Read More »

The Man Who Saves Covered Bridges

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  In the spring of 1954, Milton Graton landed a job that would change his life and the... Read More »

The Most Beautiful Cemeteries in New England

The Most Beautiful Cemeteries in New England

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Are you a Tombstone Tourist? Do you enjoy visiting cemeteries as a destination for the art, history, nature,... Read More »

Why the Pilgrims Still Matter

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A conversation with Mayflower author Nathaniel Philbrick about why the Pilgrims still matter in today’s world. Why We... Read More »

Winter Day Trip to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

On a blue sky Sunday we drove south to one of the most walkable, inviting small cities in... Read More »



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