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Historians use archives to create the histories we love to read, watch, and listen to. So we’re going into one archive to investigate how historians use them and to discover more about the religious lives of the Adams Family.
Sara Georgini, Series Editor of The Papers of John Adams, invites us to join her inside the Massachusetts Historical Society so we can take a closer look at the historical details provided by the Adams Papers and the role these manuscripts played in helping her write her book, Household Gods: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family.
Show Notes: https://www.benfranklinsworld.com/231
- Albany, New York: April 25 at the New York State Cultural Education Center. Meet up at pre-talk reception.
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin: April 29, 6pm at Zaffiro’s Pizza
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin: April 30, 6pm free public talk at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Golda Meir Library
- Episode 007: Sara Georgini, John Adams & The Adams Papers Editorial Project
- Episode 123: Revolutionary Allegiances
- Episode 127: Caroline Winterer, American Enlightenments
- Episode 150: Woody Holton, Abigail Adams: Revolutionary Speculator
- Episode 193: Partisans: The Friendship and Rivalry of John Adams & Thomas Jefferson
- Episode 214: Christopher Grasso, Skepticism and American Faith
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