History Cambridge has a new partnership, joining with Slave Legacy History Coalition

November is Native American Heritage Month, but Indigenous history can be celebrated all year

Something about pie just brings people together, and Renee McLeod knows that more than most

History Cambridge’s Fall Conversation asks, ‘How Does Cambridge Unionize?’

The Hooper-Lee-Nichols House has a haunted history

Cambridge Open Archives is on Instagram Live, offers access to ‘Morbid, Morose and Macabre’

‘Here Lies Darby Vassall’ fall art installation makes the invisible visible at Christ Church

Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters, historic site for 50 years, is writing the next verse

Longfellow had a disability, and family members who helped him adapt

The ‘Gerry’ of ‘Gerrymandering’ was one of ours, co-writer of the Bill of Rights and a vice president (corrected)