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Montserrat Neighborhood Virtual Tour

Cole, Colon, and Essex Streets, the Livermore house, a shoemaker’s shop, and the home to a sitting President; the historical narrative of the Montserrat neighborhood can be traced over 300 years. This area of the city has seen the settlement of individuals varying in employment such as merchants and fishermen, farmers and Revolutionary war veterans. […]

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Cummings Center Walking Tour Part I

Back by popular demand! Join us for a walk through of the Cummings Center and step back in time as we offer up a history of the United Shoe Machine Company. The history of shoe making in the area, the founding of the United Shoe Machinery Company, the building of “the Shoe”, and the profound […]

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Annual Meeting

Cabot House 117 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA, United States

Join us for our annual recap in the beautifully refreshed Memorial Hall at the Cabot House. After the business meeting, please stay for a talk by Justin Thomas, the author of The Beverly Pottery: The Wares of Charles A. Lawrence, The Moses B. Paige Company: The Last of the Peabody Potteries, The Dawn of Independence, […]

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Voila Violin! Jazz and Wine at Cabot House

Cabot House 117 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA, United States

If asked to comment about Beverly’s long and storied history, you might mention Reverend John Hale’s connection to the Salem witchcraft trials, the Revolutionary War naval battle between the Hannah and the Nautilus, or even the establishment of the United Machinery Shoe Corporation in 1903. But if the propulsive, syncopated, improvisational rhythms of jazz don’t […]

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Baker Avenue Walking Tour

Baker Ave sits quietly, as do all the surrounding streets, on Prospect Hill. It is the longest street on the hill. Have you ever wondered WHO lived there? Who “built” Baker Ave? Explore the development of the street, from its humble and modest beginnings in the 1890s before there were house numbers, all the way […]

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Cummings Center Walking Tour Part II

This tour of the Cummings Center and the history of the United Shoe Machinery Company picks up where our first Cummings Center tour left off. A general overview and review of the first tour will be offered as an introduction but then various topics such as immigration, the life of a USMC worker and life […]

Planters’ Path and Our Impact on Bass River

Come walk the Planters’ Path with Historic Beverly.  Learn about those who walked the path, the impact the colonists and later residents had on their environment and the effects we still see today.  We will walk through the Cummings Center campus mostly along the Shoe ponds and up to Balch Street, coming out at McKeown […]

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