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November 29, 2016

There's a lot growing at Casey Farm

The Rhode Island farm is becoming Historic New England's regional center in southern New England. read more...

October 18, 2016

Roseland Cottage wins grant to support education programs

Barnes Foundation grant supports transportation and program costs. read more...

August 9, 2016

Class president found inspiration at Quincy House

Stephen Condon discovered history in his backyard. read more...

July 6, 2015

Educators gather at Phillips House

The Massachusetts Historical Society selected Phillips House as the home base for its educators workshop. read more...

April 17, 2015

Arnold House education program wins grant

Rhode Island Council for the Humanities awards grant to Historic New England. read more...

July 23, 2014

Young student is hooked on Gedney House history

The Gibbs family recently visited the Gedney House Museum for a school project on Colonial-era houses. read more...

July 19, 2013

Students get a sense of life during the Civil War

Students who participate in Historic New England's Rally 'Round the Flag program step into the past to learn about life during the Civil War. read more...

June 5, 2013

Portland students discover Family Ties Online

This spring, fifth grade students in Mrs. Gurney’s class at the Ocean Avenue School in Portland, Maine added a new component to their social studies lessons through the use of Family Ties Online, a web-based curriculum available free at HistoricNewEngland.org. read more...

November 7, 2012

Visitors explore Historic New England's furniture collection

Thirty participants in the Introduction to Furniture Workshop enjoyed hands-on demonstrations and lectures from former Historic New England Conservator John Childs and Senior Curator Nancy Carlisle. read more...

May 1, 2012

Interns take a behind-the-scenes look at collections and conservation

The interns learned about Historic New England’s founding principles, collecting policies, deaccessioning projects, loans to other institutions, and new gifts to the collection. read more...