CELEBRATING A CENTURY! Learn more about our updated brand as we kick-off our 100th year!

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

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Patton Family Archives Tours

Patton Homestead 650 Asbury Street, Hamilton, MA

The Patton Family Archives chronicle the life and legacy of one of America’s premier military families who resided here on Boston’s North Shore. The Archives are also an untapped, unparalleled resource regarding the service and sacrifice of Maj. Gen. Patton and his troops during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and that of his wife, Joanne […]

Brown Bag Lunch: Wenham’s Water

Have you ever wondered about Wenham’s water?   Wenham, once called “Enon” in a Biblical reference to a place with much water, has always had a close relationship with its water resources.  From ice harvesting on Wenham Lake to the Great Wenham Swamp and the Canal, our water remains important to our past, present, and future.  […]

Brown Bag Lunch: Shipwrecks & the USS NH

This month, we welcome Cape Ann resident and scuba diver Norman "Dugie" Russell.  Dugie has explored many sunken shipwrecks located off North Shore and Cape Ann, with the U.S.S. New Hampshire being one of the most significant. The U.S.S. New Hampshire was one of the last of the United States' 74-gun warships, built in 1814 […]