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WE OPEN FOR THE MAIN SEASON ON MAY 1!

Latest Additions
New Hires
New Curatorial Hires

Historic Deerfield is pleased to announce two new hires this fall: Erika Gasser, Ph.D., Director of Academic Programs, and Lea Stephenson, Luce Foundation Curatorial Fellow in American Paintings and Works on Paper. Read more about their contributions.

Historic Deerfield is pleased to announce that Lauren Whitley, Ph.D., has joined the museum’s staff as the Curator of Historic Textiles and Clothing. Read more about her contributions to Historic Deerfield.

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2023 Annual Meeting Recording

Watch a recording of our November 8th Friends of Historic Deerfield Annual Meeting, where Historic Deerfield President John Davis and other museum staff updated members on the many exciting events and projects happening on “The Street” (and online)!

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Historic Deerfield Magazine, 2023

Historic Deerfield Magazine, 2023

Special Town of Deerfield 350th Anniversary issue!

Read it here!
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A Message from Historic Deerfield’s New President and CEO

Watch a brief video from Historic Deerfield’s New President and CEO, John Davis

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Witness Stones Project Webinar

A recording of our webinar program with Witness Stones Project co-founder Dennis Culliton and Pat Wilson Pheanious, Chair of the Board of Directors. Inspired by the Stolpersteine project in Germany, the Witness Stones Project began in Guilford, Connecticut, in 2017 to restore the history and honor the humanity of the enslaved individuals who helped build our communities.

The Witness Stones Project now partners with historical organizations across southern New England and beyond, strengthening relationships between local organizations, educators, and students as they work together to share the story of slavery in their communities. Dennis and Pat will discuss the Witness Stones Project and the exciting relationships it is forging with Historic Deerfield and other historical organizations and schools to share more diverse and inclusive place-based histories.

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