Partnership of Historic Bostons
 2018 TOURS

Saturday, April 21, 2018
Survival: Boston 1630 
Survival: Boston 1630 reveals the story of the first, dangerous year, when nearly half the original Puritans either died or fled back to England. Our walking tour immerses you in their world and shows how and why they survived in the place that became the city of Boston.
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Anne Hutchinson 
Anne Hutchinson’s teachings in 1630s Boston threatened to overturn the fundamental religious doctrines of the Puritan fathers.  Walk with us while we explore Boston in 1637, Anne’s ideas, the threats she posed as a visionary and as a woman, her supporters and detractors, her trials and banishment, her legacy, and reverberations in the US Constitution. 

Overcoming Uncivil Dialogue:

New Lessons from the Puritans

Presented by The National Society of Colonial Dames of America

in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts



February 24

Suffolk University’s Sargent Hall (left)


Overcoming Uncivil Dialogue:

New Lessons from the Puritans

Presented by The National Society of Colonial Dames of America

in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts


The program featured Dr. Robert Allison, Department of History at Suffolk University, and

Dr. Dale Kuehne, chair of the Department of Ethics, Economics, and the Common Good at St. Anselm’s College, Manchester, NH.


This program is part of the Dames’ Good Neighbor Series, a collaboration of Boston organizations that preserve and promote a knowledge of and appreciation for our Colonial heritage.  Other sponsors of this program:  New England Beginnings   Partnership of Historic Bostons