Researching the History of Your Cambridge House: Branch Tour!

Researching the History of Your Cambridge House:  Branch Tour!
Are you interested in learning more about where you live or the property you own? This hour-long workshop will guide you through a variety of online resources that will help you research your home from the comfort of your home. Discover when your building was built and by whom. Find out who lived in your house and how your neighborhood has changed.  Registration is mandatory.

Date, Time & Location:
6:00pm – 7:00pm, Wednesday, November 28, O’Connell Branch, REGISTER HERE
6:00pm – 7:00pm, Wednesday, December 5, O’Neill Branch, REGISTER HERE
6:00pm – 7:00pm, Wednesday, December 11, Central Branch, REGISTER HERE
3:00pm – 4:00pm, Thursday, January 10, Collins Branch, REGISTER HERE
3:00pm – 4:00pm, Tuesday, January 15, Boudreau Branch, REGISTER HERE

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14 thoughts on “Researching the History of Your Cambridge House: Branch Tour!

  1. Jeanne Koopman

    I would love to come to a researching the history of your house, but I will be in Florida for all the sessions listed and in Senegal for January and February.
    Once they are ready, might it be possible to receive info on the on-line resources by email?
    Many thanks. Jeanne Koopman
    248 River Street, Cambridge

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  2. vaps0tr

    I just learned about the research your house tour. Unfortunately, I missed the one in December that was in the evening. Would you be able to also send me the slides? Thanks for putting this together.
    -Tim

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  3. Carolyn Shipley

    All of the sessions were filled up although the announcement was still posted on the library web page. Please send me the slides, also. It would be great to receive them. My house must be circa 1840. Also, I have a story about the house next-door. Perhaps you heard about the Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association’s event “If this house could talk.” Cathie Zusy, the current president of the CNA, organized the event. Residents shared some history about their houses.

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