What happened to Molly, and Grace, and Tony Sisco?
Mariah’s “founding mother” status is rooted in two facts: she is the third identifiable African-descended person and the first enslaved Plymouth Colony…
Shedding light on an unsung founding matriarch and her family
Pivotal Massachusetts Women
Issue # 15
Issue #13 - The Job Tilden House, Pamela Sparhawk, Boston and Hagar Divorce
"My two boys, whom I obtained with my sword and my bow," Chronicling Dick Morey, & a CT Minister who mortgaged an enslaved man
Slavery & Shipbuilding on the South Shore of Massachusetts, Edward Wanton & Intergenerational Slavery in Rhode Island, Phillis Wheatley & her Husband…
UPDATE: Deyaha Moussa, Full Circle for Medford Muslims, The Negro Man Named Andrew of York, Maine
Middle Passage Marker for a Plymouth Stowaway, Soldiers Cato Hanker and Jupiter Lee, Caesar and Rev. Ebenezer Thayer
Lemuel Freeman integrates white Civil War Units, Child Trafficking at Historic JP Home, Phoebe Abdee & Abigail Adams, and Benjamin Kent's…
Notes on Scituate, Norwell, Hanover, and Hingham, plus the Old North Church.