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The Life and Death of a Free Thinker

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An uncontested election is a sign of democracy at work, but America wasn’t always the land of the free. When the first European settlers arrived in the New World, religion and superstition ruled the land, and the rights we take for granted today were a long way away. Anne Hutchinson was a Puritan settler who came to America in 1634 ... Read More »

IN STORES: Chronicles of Old Boston

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Museyon’s much-anticipated new release Chronicles of Old Boston has made its way to a bookstore near you. This exciting new book from author Charles Bahne tells the story of “The Hub of the Universe” through 29 drama-filled chapters spanning 400 years of Boston history: including John Winthrop and the landing on the Arabella, Paul Revere’s Ride, the Great Molasses Flood ... Read More »

The Fife Is Right: The Seventh Annual Old South History Challenge

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Calling all history buffs! Want to learn while laughing? This Wednesday, April 4, Boston landmark the Old South Meeting House hosts its seventh annual Fife is Right. This hilarious quiz show pits two teams of history experts–including our own Chronicles of Old New York author Charlie Bahne–against each other in a fun-filled trivia contest. This year’s theme, “Underground Boston,” features ... Read More »

Coming Soon: Chronicles of Old Boston!

Here at Museyon we’re super-excited for the launch of Chronicles of Old Boston, the new history book hitting store shelves next month. Boston expert Charles Bahne reveals some of the city’s most shocking moments including a murder mystery on the Harvard campus to the mistake that sent 2 million gallons of molasses pouring down Commerce Street. Then he’ll show you ... Read More »

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