Education

‘The Lowell Offering’ (1840 – 1845)

From WIKIPEDIA: The Lowell Offering was a monthly periodical collected contributed works of poetry and fiction by the female textile workers (young women [age 15-35] known as the Lowell Mill Girls) of the Lowell, Massachusetts textile mills of the early American industrial revolution. It began in 1840 and lasted until 1845. The Offering was initially organized in 1840 by the Reverend Abel…

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Tewksbury Public Library Hosts UML Professor Forrant in “100 Author” Series ~ September 30, 2013

Authors Professor Bob Forrant of UMass Lowell  and Susan Grabski of the Lawrence History Center) will discuss their book – “Lawrence and the 1912 Bread & Roses Strike”  on Monday morning, September 30, 2013 from10:30am – 12:00pm at the Tewksbury Public Library. There will be a book selling and signing afterwards for…

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Tadodaho Sidney Hill

  Tadodaho Sidney Hill with Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar (right) and Jamon Paskernin (2012, White House Tribal Nations Conference). At Chancellor Nancy Cantor’s Convocation for New Students at Syracuse University on August 23, the Thanksgiving Address was offered by Tadodaho Sidney Hill in his language—an English translation was…

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