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The American Antiquarian Society

If I’ve been a bit silent over the past two weeks, it’s because I’ve been buried in an archive. It’s a wonderful archive, really, the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, Massachusetts. It’s a great place to immerse yourself in eighteenth century documents. BUT, it doesn’t allow time for a lot else.

Here’s a picture of the exterior. As I say, it’s a great place to work.

The exterior. It's really does feature a great dome.

The exterior. It’s really does feature a great dome.

For more details (and some Cotton Mather humor), follow this link to my new post about the American Antiquarian Society at the Religion in American History blog.

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