The presentation will focus on the Robichaud family, Nova Scotians relocated to the New England States during the war. Come learn about this little talked about, but fascinating time in our local history. Sunday, September 8 at 1:10 PM. Admission is always free, donations are always welcome. The Second Sunday Speaker Series is supported by the Friends of the Franklin Historical Museum.
On Sunday September 15 join us as State Rep Josh Cutler discusses his recently published book, Mobtown Massacre. Back in the day, freedom of the press often had to be defended with pens and pistols! Learn how one Massachusetts town came to be named for a fiery Federalist newspaper editor from Maryland whose anti-war writings provoked a bloodthirsty mob, a midnight jailbreak and a brutal massacre that stunned the nation in 1812.
It all started with a headline. Representative Cutler’s talk will start at 1:10 PM
The museum’s gift shop is the perfect place to a gift for anyone who loves Franklin. Get your Gazebo ornament before the Christmas rush. A choose from one of three black cat collectables, featuring the new library edition, the train station or the Red Brick School. The gift shop is supported by the Friends of the Franklin Historical Museum.
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