Murder Through A New Lens: The Anniversary of the Joseph White Murder

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“Murder Through a New Lens” is a limited engagement combination walking tour and photography workshop offered on April 6, 7, 13, and 14. Join one of our local tour guides and a local photographer for a fascinating exploration of Salem’s most notorious murder. The death of aged sea Captain Joseph White in 1830 was not just a personal tragedy to …

Murder Through A New Lens: The Anniversary of the Joseph White Murder

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“Murder Through a New Lens” is a limited engagement combination walking tour and photography workshop offered on April 6, 7, 13, and 14. Join one of our local tour guides and a local photographer for a fascinating exploration of Salem’s most notorious murder. The death of aged sea Captain Joseph White in 1830 was not just a personal tragedy to …

Women’s History Tour

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March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate we are offering our Women’s History Tour each Saturday of the month at 1:15 P.M.! From the Indigenous women who worked the land to our organization’s founder, women have always been a part of the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion’s history, but not always given the spotlight they deserve. The House of the Seven Gables …

Women’s History Tour

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March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate we are offering our Women’s History Tour each Saturday of the month at 1:15 P.M.! From the Indigenous women who worked the land to our organization’s founder, women have always been a part of the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion’s history, but not always given the spotlight they deserve. The House of the Seven Gables …

387th Anniversary of the First Muster

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**Schedule of Events** 08:00 – Dedication of the NEW Gen. Abbott monument in front of St. Peter’s Church0900 – Ceremony at Armory Park 09:30 – Parade of units to the Salem Common 10:00 – Muster Ceremony on Salem Common begins with a U.S. Army helicopter landing, Air Force flyover, 500 Soldier Pass in Review, and Cannon Salute ** Free parking/refreshments …

Grains of Identity: Bread and Wheat in Ukrainian Art History

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In this two part lecture series, Oleksandra Kovalchuk, the Director of Development of the Odesa Fine Arts Museum, delves into Ukraine’s rich artistic heritage, symbolic traditions, and the remarkable resilience displayed in times of the full scale invasion by the Russian Federation. From the courageous efforts of museums during the war to the cultural significance of bread in traditional and modern art, these …

Women’s History Tour

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March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate we are offering our Women’s History Tour each Saturday of the month at 1:15 P.M.! From the Indigenous women who worked the land to our organization’s founder, women have always been a part of the Turner-Ingersoll Mansion’s history, but not always given the spotlight they deserve. The House of the Seven Gables …

Community Conversations: Immigrant Foodways Tour

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Join The Gables for a specialty-crafted walking tour of Salem with Salem Food Tours!   The House of the Seven Gables Settlement Association as we know it today was established in 1910 and had grown out of the philanthropic work of our founder, Caroline Emmerton and the Salem Settlement Committee to serve Salem’s immigrant population. Over the last nearly 120 years, …

387th Anniversary of the First Muster

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On behalf of the Massachusetts National Guard, the 2nd Corps of Cadets Veteran Association, and the Salem Veterans Council, all are invited to attend the 386 th Anniversary of the Massachusetts National Guard’s rendering of the “First Muster’. Beginning at 10 am on Saturday, April 22, 2023, the occasion will be featuring over 600 troops on the Salem Common, a …