At the Semiannual Meeting in April

Youth's Almanac image

Historic Children’s Voices, 1799-1899

Tour group

Wednesdays at 3, starting April 20

Bancroft prize winners

Awarded to AAS members Mia Bay and Mae Ngai

Map from mss. collections

Digitizing Early Nipmuc Histories from Colonial Documents

American Studies Seminar 2022

Open to Assumption, Clark, Holy Cross, WPI and Worcester State undergraduate students

June 26-July 1, 2022

Past is Present image from Women article

The blog of the American Antiquarian Society

Public Program, May 24
Headshot of Shirley Hunt
New Issue of Almanac
Almanac 103
Virtual Book Talk, May 26
Employment Opportunities
conservation lab


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