Self-guided tour No. 3 leads to Prince Hall stones and other monuments, memorials of Cambridge

Self-guided tour No. 2 highlights Central Square as a nexus of local activism and civic engagement

Self-guided tour No. 1 introduces the variety found in the Loyalist women of Cambridge

Sweet Souls oral history project amplifies voices from the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House

Quiet courage: Groundbreaking Maria Baldwin and the racial politics of education in Cambridge

Historical Society’s butterfly lawn installation: Sweet remembrance of people we lost to Covid

Mercy Scollay and the lifelong work of mending

Talks, resource guide, walking tour will connect present with 18th century’s Black Cantabrigians

Pauline Hopkins’ proto-science-fiction took off from familiar settings: The streets of Cambridge

Vital to start of Cambridge Community Center, Helen Lee Franklin was activist in every sense