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History Book Club Meeting
"As he did in his acclaimed 2001 Pulitzer Prize winning Founding Brothers, Joseph Ellis takes another look at the achievements and the failures of the founding of the American Republic. He skillfully lays out what the politics of the founding were really like, the realities that the founders had to deal with and how and why we might look at things differently today. American Creation is an insightful and well-crafted book."
The book club is free and open to the public. New members are always welcome.
More About The Jackson Homestead and Museum
The official headquarters of The Newton Historical Society, The Jackson Homestead and Museum showcases the early history of both Newton and early colonial America alike. Come here to see its extensive picture, document and video library and learn more about how the Jackson family led the abolitionist movement in Newton.
Guided tours are by appointment only. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-796-1450 to schedule a tour.
Other events here
- NEWTON JUNE COMMUNITY WEEKEND at the Jackson Homestead & Museum Sat, Jun 1, 12:00 pm–5:00 pm
- HISTORIC NEWTON WALKS! The Stanley Steamer Twins Sun, Jun 23, 2:00 pm
- JUNE HISTORY BOOK CLUB at the Jackson Homestead & Museum Thu, Jun 27, 7:30 pm