Boston Massacre Event with Golden Ball Tavern, Also Thursday Evening
Thursday night features a double-feature of history events, with the Golden Ball Tavern as the opening act for the Historical Society’s Slavery in a Colonial New England Town (see Owl earlier today). It’s going to be a rager–get your (free) tickets now.
Join the Golden Ball Tavern Museum on Zoom at 6:00pm EST on Thursday, November 18, as Serena Zabin, Ph.D., explores the Boston Massacre through the community and families of the British soldiers involved in this revolution-sparking event. Professor Zabin will discuss her book, The Boston Massacre: A Family History, with Golden Ball Tavern Museum Director of Education Hilary Miller during this special virtual program. Tickets are free, but any donation is welcome as the program supports the Golden Ball Tavern Museum, a non-profit educational institution.
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Serena Zabin is a Professor of History, Broom Fellow for Public Scholarship, and Chair of the History Department at Carleton College. She is the author of the prizewinning The Boston Massacre: A Family History (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020), which was also named an Amazon Editor’s Choice for History in 2020. The research for this book covers four countries and was supported by numerous grants, including the National Endowment for the Humanities (twice) and the American Council of Learned Societies.
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