Category Archives: Genealogy and history conferences

Genealogy and history conferences: Advantageous to your social history research

On Monday I went to the annual Mass History Conference. The theme was “Never Done!: Interpreting the History of Women at Work in Massachusetts”. The theme intrigued me, but I mostly went for the networking. The conference was held at … Continue reading

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Foodways in the Northeast II: A Second Helping

I just returned from a weekend in Historic Deerfield where I attended the Dublin Seminar New England Folklife for the first time. They have been holding this event for more than 30 years, covering such diverse topics as medicine and … Continue reading

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Upcoming Social History Events in the Greater Boston area

Boston Historic Civil War Tours Ongoing throughout the summer–highly recommended by a friend of mine in her blog. Click here for more information. The Object of History: 18th Century Treasures from the Massachusetts Historical Society June 13 – September 7 … Continue reading

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NERGC 2013 full report

This post is appearing a bit early because I am excited to share about my experiences at a genealogy conference the past several days. I spent 4 wonderful days at NERGC this year. I went to the inaugural Tech Day … Continue reading

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