Unless otherwise noted, all programs are included with general admission to the museum.
King Philips’s War, the Battle of Great Falls/Peskeompskut (May 19, 1676): Results of a Ten-Year Study, A Talk by Dr. Kevin McBride
Attend this lecture on a ten-year study of King Philips’s War, the Battle of Great Falls/Peskeompskut, co-sponsored by Historic Deerfield as part of Deerfield’s 350th celebration. Free and open to […]
January 28, February 25, March 24
Outside of the well-known witchcraft outbreak at Salem and Essex County in 1692, there were other cases that resulted in trials of people suspected of covenanting with the Devil in order to harm their neighbors. These crises reveal fascinating details about community life in seventeenth-century New England towns and the fears and recriminations that sometimes resulted in the executions of those deemed to be servants of Satan. All lectures are free of charge and will be presented virtually via Zoom webinar. Registration required.
To commemorate the anniversary of the 1704 Deerfield Raid Dr. Alice Nash, Associate Professor of History at UMass Amherst, will present “The Ongoing Relevance of 1704 Raid on Deerfield.” Register […]
The Museum Course is held over three sessions: March 6, 13, and 20 2024, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. via Zoom.
Did you ever want to be an archaeologist? Do you want to know more about local history and archaeology? What kinds of archaeological projects have been conducted in Deerfield? Register for the Museum Course this March and find out more about historical and precolonial archaeology.