The Freedom Trail

Each NRHC conference begins with the City as Text program — a full day of guided exploration of our host city.  The day began with everyone together in the ballroom to listen to Charles Sullivan, who has served as Executive Director of the Cambridge Historical Commission since 1974. From there, we embarked on our adventure:  The Freedom Trail.The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile walking route through 16 historically significant sites, including Paul Revere’s home, meetinghouses, churches, burying grounds, Bunker Hill, and the USS Constitution

What an amazing day! Check out our slideshow!

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One thought on “The Freedom Trail

  1. Really enjoying the pictures and updates! MIT, Citgo sign, the Charles, and most importantly, our students enjoying the conference and doing great things. Well done!

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