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Cambridge By Map Recording

Thank you to the Leventhal Map Center‘s Rachel Mead for joining us earlier this month for our second Lunchtime Lectures from the Cambridge Room. We had a wonderful turnout of enthusiastic people eager to learn more about the Atlascope, a tool for exploring urban maps.

The recording of Cambridge by Map is available for you to watch at your leisure. Learn  how Cambridge has changed over time and discover how to research the history of your own house and neighborhood.     

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Register for Cambridge by Map

Date & Time:
March 4, 2021
12:00pm – 1:00pm
REGISTER HERE

Cambridge by Map
How old is the Cambridge Public Library? What was Cambridge like in the late 19th and early 20th centuries? How has the city changed, and how has it stayed the same? Join the Leventhal Map Center on a virtual walk through historic Cambridge.  Using Atlascope, a tool for exploring urban maps in metropolitan Boston, the Map Center’s Public Engagement & Interpretation Coordinator Rachel Mead will take us on a trip into Cambridge historical geography.  Learn  how the city has changed over time, and discover how to research the history of your own house and neighborhood.  This event will be broadcast online at the Leventhal Map Center’s YouTube Live and Facebook Live channels.