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Friends of #archaeology and #education, come cheer on students from Phillips Academy as they present recent research they conducted with the #RSPeabodyMuseum. Join the MAS NE/Gene Winter Chapter on the evening of Tuesday, February 16 at 7pm for an evening of learning and insight into archaeology, #CulturalAnthropology, and #HistoricPreservation. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come join the Massasoit/Southeast Chapter of the MAS for their meeting TONIGHT at the Robbins Museum of Archaeology in Middleborough at 7:00 PM! Tonight's speaker will be Dr. Curtiss Hoffman, professor of archaeology and anthropology at Bridgewater State University. See the flyer for more details! ... See MoreSee Less

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This video is a beautiful, moving glimpse into the efforts of a Mohican community to rise from the ashes of historical trauma and come out stronger and more united. Such an inspiring story! ... See MoreSee Less

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Join the Southeastern/Massasoit Chapter of MAS for their monthly meeting on February 10th, at 7:00 PM at the Robbins Museum! The featured presenter will be Dr. Curtiss Hoffman, professor of anthropology and archaeology at Bridgewater State University. See the flyer below for more details! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mary Concannon, an educator, archivist, volunteer, and "Passionate Proponent" of the Robbins Museum, says that she loves the Robbins because it "values the past that most people dismiss, and it helps to preserve the history of a community that I think is just absolutely wonderful, and is often overlooked. Everone should know this history. It's a part of the American story." If you love the Robbins as much as Mary, we invite you to donate during our Facebook Fundraising Challenge and help us continue our mission of fostering a respect for the Native peoples of Massachusetts through education, research, preservation! Click the donate button above or visit our donation page: massarchaeology.org/support-our-society/ ... See MoreSee Less

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