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Through a Child’s Eyes

What was life like for children in the late 1800s? Explore the Bowen’s Victorian household to learn about life in the second half of the 19th century from the perspective of the ten children who lived at Roseland Cottage.   Program Details Available weekdays, May through November, for Grades...

Unknown Hands: Everyday Life of Bostonians in 1800

Lifestyles of the wealthy and the working class At Otis House What was it like to live in Boston after the American Revolution? To learn about work, family, household, and neighborhood life as it was 200 years ago, students assume the roles of real working-class and wealthy Bostonians in...

What Is It?

Identify historic objects At Roseland Cottage or Your Site Students use critical thinking to identify everyday objects found in colonial American homes. They compare these objects to items in their own households. Program Details Available weekdays during the school year for Grades 3 – 9. Program lasts one hour...

Winter Ecology

How do people and animals adapt to winter? At Your Site In this program, students explore the unique ecology of winter in their classroom and the school yard. They compare the ways that modern and colonial humans, as well as wildlife and farm animals, have adapted to survive the...