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2024

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Worcester County Wonders: A treasure trove of American history in our own backyard
By Sarah Barnacle, February 4, 2024

Spectrum News 1
Stories and poems possibly written by Louisa May Alcott discovered in Worcester
By Olivia Lemon, January 18, 2024

Associated Press
A scholar discovers stories and poems possibly written by Louisa May Alcott under a pseudonym
By Michael Casey, January 18, 2024

2023

The Boston Globe
The Christmas miracle of a newly unearthed story by Louisa May Alcott
By Craig Fehrman, December 13, 2023

Northeastern Global News
Discovery of Louisa May Alcott work found under new pseudonym, researcher says
By Cody Mello-Klein, November 8, 2023

WBUR
Louisa May Alcott used pen names. A researcher thinks he found a new one.
By Solon Kelleher, October 31, 2023

Travel Lens
25 Best Things to Do in Worcester County, MA
By October 29, 2023

Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce
Daily Radio Blast - Scott Casper
September 12, 2023

Spectrum News 1
Worcester historical group helps preserve Hawaiian history
By Kyra Ceryanek, August 24, 2023

WBZ News / CBS Boston
Wildfires magnify importance of Hawaiian artifacts at American Antiquarian Society in Worcester
By Chris Tanaka, August 18, 2023

University of New Mexico
Jesse Alemán named Mellon Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the American Antiquarian Society
June 28, 2023

WBZ News / CBS Boston
Worcester's Antiquarian Hall has a trove of Hawaiian literary artifacts
By Chris Tanaka, May 12, 2023

2022

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The American Antiquarian Society Gets $300,000 Grant for Exterior Work
By Richard Duckett, October 9, 2022

This Week in Worcester
American Antiquarian Society Receives $300,000 Federal Grant
By Tom Marino, September 8, 2022

PBS News Weekend
Early America's complicated history with abortion access
By Paul Solman, July 31, 2022

The Boneshaker
Marshall "Major" Taylor - Letters from 1897
By Lynne Tolman and Andrew Ritchie, Summer 2022

Slate
Ben Franklin Put an Abortion Recipe in His Math Textbook
By Molly Farrell, May 5, 2022

Boston Globe
15 projects in Mass. adwarded National Endowment for the Humanities grants; total is over $3.4 million
By Matt Yin, May 4, 2022

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Major Taylor to MLK: Footsteps in Black history at landmarks, sites across Worcester
By Anoushka Dalmia, March 1, 2022

2021

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
New American Antiquarian Society President Looks to Future
March 7, 2021

Worcester Magazine
Opinion/Worcesteria: Worcester's original Black sports superstar
February 2021

Worcester Magazine
Uncovering Worcester's hidden Black history
By Veer Mudambi, January 20, 2021

2020

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Ellen Dunlap's Impressive Legacy at American Antiquarian Society
by Al Southwick, October 7, 2020

Fine Books & Collections
Bright Young Librarians: Ashley Cataldo
July 2020

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Museum, antiquarian society receive grants
by June 26, 2020

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Antiquarian Society names new prez
by June 16, 2020

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Words making history - and a sale to match
by Richard Duckett, May 21, 2020

Boston Globe
‘Beyond Midnight’ exhibition paints a fuller picture of Paul Revere
By Mark Feeney, February 20, 2020

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