Abigail Adams Historical Society News!

While the Abigail Adams Birthplace was one of the many small, volunteer-led historical institutions significantly impacted by the pandemic, we have used the opportunity to look inward, strengthening our board of directors, making much-needed improvements, and planning for the future. Learn more about these exciting updates below, and please consider including AAHS in your year-end giving so that we can continue to provide educational and cultural enrichment opportunities to the local community and beyond.

Abigail Adams House Fall


AAHS is excited about its plans for the future. Stay tuned for more information, and check out our events page for upcoming tours and programs.

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AAHS Collection

Work on the AAHS Collection

The AAHS Collections Committee has used the year to continue a thoughtful and thorough assessment of our archival and museum holdings. Understanding what we have and how it supports our

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Birthplace Work 2

Repairs on the Birthplace

AAHS is very grateful for recent work undertaken by contractor Ben Wilcox to repair our entrance after damage sustained at the beginning of the year. Ben, who has extensive experience working

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Birthplace - New Siding

Welcome new partners to AAHS

Mary Anne Tay Donaldson Mary Anne Tay Donaldson graduated from Trinity College in Washington, DC as a History major and received her M.S.L.S. from Catholic University.  Her library career spanned

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