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There are 15 U.S. National Park sites in Massachusetts. Most of these are in the eastern part of the state and within a day’s drive from Tufts. The sites have various designations: national historical park, national historic site, national recreation area and national seashore. The oldest site, the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, was established in 1938, the first in the U.S. The most recent, the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park, was established in 2014. In this study group, we will virtually visit all 15 sites and discuss their roles in our history - as centers of industry, during wartime and as homes of both presidents and other influential people. Join us as we share our experiences at these important places in Massachusetts.

National Park Sites in Massachusetts
Cleo D’Arcy, Steve D’Arcy, OLLI Members
4 Thursdays, 1:30pm - 3:30pm (3/28, 4/4, 4/11, 4/18)
Class will be held virtually on zoom.

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University College