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Vermont grange film project wins grant
Historic New England's latest Everyone's History project focuses on Vermont granges.
Dive into design on January 24
Explore the Irving and Casson - A. H. Davenport Collection at Otis House with Historic New England staff.
Register now for homeschool programs
For the third year in a row, Historic New England is excited to offer our award-winning school and youth programs especially for homeschool families.
Otis House wall reveals new mysteries
The retaining wall at Otis House continues to mystify even the preservation experts at Historic New England.
At Otis House, repairs aren't just another stone in the wall
After much planning and preparation, the restoration of the early nineteenth-century stone wall on the west boundary of the Otis House Museum has begun.
What lies beneath: Uncovering upholstery in the conservation lab
The conservation lab is working on a sofa to go into a new exhibition.
There's a lot growing at Casey Farm
The Rhode Island farm is becoming Historic New England's regional center in southern New England.
Suspended Worlds is this year's Book Prize winner
Christine Hadsel accepted the 2016 Historic New England Book Prize.
Historic New England acquires Laura Coombs Hills painting for Eustis Estate
Laura Coombs Hills' The Shaded Stream added to Historic New England collection.
Inside the Eustis Estate, an unusual use for duct tape
Paint restoration work starts at the Eustis Estate.
Fitchburg Historical Society accepts Community Preservation Grant
Grant assists funding for a master plan for downtown Phoenix Building.
IMLS supports digitization of Royal Barry Wills archive
Historic New England secured a $150,000 Museums for America grant.
Vermont schoolhouse project accepts Community Preservation Grant
Historic New England presented a Community Preservation Grant to the Root District Game Club in Norwich, Vermont.
Community Preservation Grant awarded in Bath, Maine
Site Manager Peggy Konitzky presented a Historic New England Community Preservation Grant to members of the board of Sagadahoc Preservation, Inc.
Keeping It in the Family, Part 2: W.R. Emerson and the Hemenway and Eustis Families
William Ralph Emerson designed homes for clients throughout the country, but his works were most prominent in the New England states.
Keeping It in the Family, Part 1: W.R. Emerson and the Watson and Forbes Families
William Ralph Emerson found great success as an architect, particularly in the town of Milton, Mass.
Roseland Cottage wins grant to support education programs
Barnes Foundation grant supports transportation and program costs.
Welcoming guests at Otis House
100 people attended A Century on The Hill on September 30.
Dorchester daguerreotype added to the collection
See an uncommon exterior view from Boston's Dorchester neighborhood.
Community Preservation Grants support projects in all six New England states
Historic New England awards $1,000 grants to organizations that preserve and share New England heritage.
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