8 Adams Street
Adams Academy Bldg.
Quincy, MA 02169
“THE CULTURAL LANDSCAPE OF THE ADAMS BIRTHPLACES”
THURSDAY, MAY 28, 7:00 PM, ADAMS ACADEMY
This program will offer exceptional insights into the history of the Adams Birthplaces, their present condition, and their future preservation.Margie Coffin Brown, Senior Project Manager and Historical Landscape Architect at the National Park Service’s Olmsted Center, will discuss the recent NPS Cultural Landscape Report for the Adams Birthplaces. The report is a vital tool for the documentation and preservation of this nationally significant site. In addition to assessing the site as it exists, the report gives valuable insight into what features that once existed but have since been lost.
Everyone is welcome to attend. There is no charge for admission
The Quincy History Museum at Quincy Historical Society takes you through more than 400 years of some of America's richest, most influential history.Meet rebels and reformers, workers and visionaries:
John and Abigail Adams and others who helped create the United States;
Granite workers who moved 5-ton blocks and helped change the look of America;
Three centuries of shipbuilders, culminating in 30,000 men and women who built the ships that helped win World War II;
Entrepreneurs who brought Americans
Interactive audio and video.