Colonial Society of Massachusetts

Since its founding in 1892, the Society has dedicated itself to advancing the study of early America, especially the colonies of Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay. Scholars in the colonial and Revolutionary periods have long considered the Society's published documentary collections essential to their research. The Society also conducts educational programs for its members and others, and through prizes as well as in conferences and other forums, it recognizes individual research. Out of this desire to promote first-rate scholarship in the early American period, the Society is pleased to underwrite a Colonial Society of Massachusetts Regional Fellowship.

America : United States (New England)
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Non French Institutions : Academy or Learned Society, Museum or library

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