Across the Commonwealth
A Conference for Massachusetts History Organizations
Presented by Mass Humanities • New England Archivists • Massachusetts Historical Society • American Association for State and Local History • University of Massachusetts Amherst Program in Public History • Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board (MA SHRAB) • University of Massachusetts Boston Public History and Archives Tracks and the Joseph P. Healey Library
Monday, June 13, 2016
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Hogan Campus Center, College of Holy Cross, Worcester
The 12th annual Massachusetts History Conference was a day filled with opportunities to meet, network, and collaborate with others in public history in the Commonwealth. ”We” are local historical societies, libraries, town clerk offices, historic houses, larger historical organizations, and national historical parks, independent professionals and academic historians. In our state, local history is national history. We not only educate Americans about the Revolution and the industrial revolution, we tell the stories and safeguard ancestral records of a significant percentage of American families. We work to put history on the map in the Commonwealth. Together our efforts can be more successful in preservation, outreach, and educating our visitors and participants about the complex economic, social, political, and cultural issues that dominated our past and shape our present.
The conference is widely celebrated as the best networking and skill-sharing opportunity for historians of our state culture.
Registration Fees for Day-Long Conference
Fee includes workshop, morning refreshments,
buffet lunch (vegetarian option available), and afternoon snack
Registrations cannot be refunded; however you may send another person in your place.
|$90||Standard Fee per person|
|$60||Student Fee (include copy of student ID with registration or bring ID to event if registering online)|
|$80||Per person for 3 registrants from same organization at the same time|
|$70||Per person for 4 registrants from same organization at the same time|
Free SHRAB Registration (Walk-in only, starting at 1:15 PM)
Free SHRAB registration allows you to attend ONE of the sessions marked with ** on the program and Mass History Commons to consult with a SHRAB advisor.