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U.S. History Topics » States & Regions » Northeast

American History and Art from New England

invites students to explore the history of New England and Massachusetts during three turns of the centuries: 1680-1720 (Colonial); 1780-1820 (Federal); and 1880-1920 (Progressive and Colonial Revival). Examine daily life during those three time periods. Explore more than 1700 artifacts, documents, and learning activities. (Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, National Endowment for the Humanities)

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earn about the unfamiliar clothing that Americans have worn throughout our nation's history.

Dress across the centuries

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U.S. History Topics »  States & Regions »  Massachusetts
U.S. Time Periods »  1607-1763: Colonization » 
U.S. Time Periods »  1763-1815: Revolution » 
U.S. Time Periods »  1865-1920: Modern America » 

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