Join us as we recognize and celebrate the unique historical connections between Boston, Massachusetts, founded in 1630, and Boston, Lincolnshire, England, founded in 1086.  We are dedicated to education about the two Bostons in the seventeenth century and to preserving our legacy. To hear more about the two Bostons from Liz Covart's "Ben Franklin's World," click here.
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                             Upcoming Events 
December 3
A Plentiful Country: Letters from Maine's Thomas Gorges HERE

December 7  1630 Shoppe at Fanueil Hall Marketplace 

Shop, enjoy snacks, and hear Lori Stokes's short talks about the Puritans at the 1630 Shoppe at Fanueil Market.  More information HERE.

6:30 PM     Baking, Cooking, and Mindful Eating in Puritan New England           
7:00 PM   Thankful, Desire, and Fear--How the Puritans Named their Children
7:30 PM   Puritan Women's Lives
8:00 PM   Holidays in Puritan New England
History Camp Boston 
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Suffolk University 
Join us at History Camp.
House of Seven Gables Saturday, March 27, 1:30PM
Salem Women's History Day
Learn about 17th-century women's lives during this lively talk by Lori Stokes, PhD. 

"Passionate Puritans: Marriage, Love, and Sex in 17th-Century Massachusetts" was a great success with large crowds at each event. 

Text of Frank Bremer's Ravishing Affection HERE.  Enjoy.  It will soon be online.
Thoughts on the First Thanksgiving by Dr. Frank Bremer  Click HERE.
Five Myths About the Puritans with Dr. Lori Stokes at the Boston Public Library  

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The Pleasure of the Taste: Recipes from 17th century New England is a collection of Puritan and Native recipes.

Try these recipes in both original and modernized versions, and see for yourself what was delicious in the 1600s!  The booklet makes a great gift!
See what Boston--Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the Old State House site, and Fanueil Hall--looked like long ago.
This work is provided by the City of Boston Archaeology Program.

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