Travel back in time and view some impressive images from historical developments in Cambridge.
On July 2, 1775, George Washington, the newly appointed commander-in-chief, arrived in Cambridge to take command of the army encamped here and in Roxbury. Continue reading George Washington in Cambridge
Did you know that Cambridge is the birthplace of many 19th Century inventions? Here is an obscure one that you may never have heard of!
What was so special about “American style” railroad passenger cars? Continue reading Invented in Cambridge | Part Two
Emily Gonzalez, Archivist for the Cambridge Historical Commission, shares insights into the new Real Archives series and the some of the collections in Cambridge’s archives. Continue reading Real Archives: Bringing Cambridge’s History to Life
Everybody knows Cambridge as the home of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Few know that Cambridge is a diverse community with a complex history in which the universities played a relatively small part.
Continue reading 10 Little-Known Facts about Cambridge
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