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Celebrating 10 Years at North End Historical Society with Author Stephen Puleo

From Alex Goldfeld, President of the North End Historical Society After speaking to Jim Pasto’s class on the history of the North End at Boston University in October 2009, Jim and I sat down and discussed the amazing absence of a historical society for Boston’s most storied neighborhood. We wanted to promote scholarship on the Read More…

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America’s Little Italies: Past, Present and Future

The North End Historical Society, along with the North End Branch Library, invite you to a presentation by Jerome Krase about America’s Little Italies on Wednesday, September 19, at 6 p.m. Jerry Krase has spent nearly fifty years visiting and photographing dozens of places in America and a few foreign cities that boasted about having an Read More…

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Book Talk November 16: “Dining Out in Boston: A Culinary History”

Please Join Us on Thursday, November 16, at 6pm – Mariners House, North Square, Boston James C. O’Connell will speak with us about his new book, “Dining Out in Boston: A Culinary History” – with special attention to the North End sections of the book, which reach into modern times. More info on the book: https://diningoutinboston.com/about/ MEMBERS ADMITTED FREE – OTHERWISE $10 EACH RSVP to Read More…

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Tracing Your Italian Ancestry to the Old Country on Thursday, November 14th

Tracing Your Italian Ancestry to the Old Country Thursday, November 14 6:00pm (Note Time Change) Mariners House, North Square North End, Boston Come learn about genealogy and how to research your family tree! Join us for a look at tips and tricks on identifying where your family came from in Italy and how to research Read More…

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North End Historical Event on November 3rd

Join us for a one hour visit to America’s first public school for African-American children and America’s oldest black church building. North Enders of African descent helped establish the black settlement in the West End, beginning before the Revolution. Join history teacher and popular National Park Ranger Dana Smith for a brief video in the Read More…

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Program on Summer Feasts on Thursday, April 26, 2012

At 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 26, at Sacred Heart Church Hall, 9 Sun Court Street, North End, Dr. Augusto Ferraiuolo, will discuss his book on the North End feasts, entitled  Religious Festive Practices in Boston’s North End. Ferraiuolo is an anthropologist, and he carried out fieldwork in the North End between 2002 and 2005. Read More…

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North End Historical Society Event on March 29

“ALL should be united in opposition to this violation of the Liberties of ALL” – Samuel Adams, 1774 The North End Historical Society, in cooperation with the Arlington Historical Society, presents a talk by Dr. Lori Rogers-Stokes on how Boston united with the surrounding towns in order to fight British tyranny in 1774. “The story Read More…