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Historic Preservation

→ Read the May 28 CAM Virtual E-Newsletter here

In this issue:

May is Historic Preservation Month! We invite you to learn about the four unique historic structures owned and operated by the Cape Ann Museum: the White-Ellery House (1710), the Babson-Alling House (c.1740), an early New England barn (c. 1740) and the Captain Elias Davis House (c. 1799-1804). Start exploring here ...

This week on the Video Vault, we bring you Private Lives, Public House—The White-Ellery House and the Stories of the Families Who Lived There. Presented in 2010 by Stephanie Buck and Martha Oaks in celebration of the 300th anniversary of the White-Ellery House.

♦ Have fun with a CAMKids Historic Homes art project.

♦ The Museum has been forging bridges between past and present at the White-Ellery House since 2010 ... find out more ...


Welcoming Spring!

→ Read the May 21 CAM Virtual E-Newsletter here.

In this issue:

♦ Enjoy this week’s featured Video Vault lecture, presented by Electa Kane Tritsch in 2008: Ravenswood Parks: From Wilderness to Special Place.

♦ Take a look back to 2019's Cape Ann Blossoms, dedicated to outgoing Museum Director Ronda Faloon

♦ Have fun with CAMKids spring-inspired art project: Paper Flowers with Nell Blaine.

♦ Find out about The Spring Kings, and the Portuguese sea captain, Joseph P. Mesquita, who brought the tradition to Gloucester from the Azores.


Gloucester Endures

→ Read the May 12 CAM Virtual E-Newsletter here.

In this issue:

♦ Julie LaFontaine, President and CEO of The Open Door, expresses her gratitude to the Cape Ann Museum membership in this video interview with Oliver Barker and videographer Jeff Barrows.

The Influenza Epidemic of 1918

CAM Contemporary: "In Gratitude"

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