The American Antiquarian Society is pleased to present its latest series of professional development workshops for K-12 teachers! These workshops are open to all K-12 educators and professional development points will be available for participation. K-12 Educator Workshops are programs that allow participants to interact closely with scholars and AAS library materials.
"Worcester and the American Revolution"
With Ray Raphael
Are you curious about history? Do you want to delve deeper into a topic by discussing it with an expert? Would you like to examine the AAS collections firsthand? Then come join us for a new series of hands-on history workshops.
The AAS Online Catalog will be unavailable on Monday, May 6 and Tuesday, May 7.
We will be upgrading our online catalog beginning Monday, May 6th. Work is currently expected to conclude sometime on Tuesday, May 7th. During this time the catalog is likely to be unavailable. Toward the end of the upgrade process the catalog may be available using the program's default view which will not include our local indexes or links to the MWA request system. We will be working to restore our usual functionality as quickly as we can and thank you in advance for your patience.
Friday, April 19, at 7:00 p.m. --postponed until further notice
“Emancipating Lincoln: How the Great Emancipator Led---and Misled---America to Freedom,”
By Harold Holzer
Co-sponsored by the Franklin M. Loew Lecture Series at Becker College