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Emily Dickinson Houses and Museum
by Megan Daley
I've always loved going to an old home, like Monticello and Mount Vernon where famous people I've read about have lived. I always feel like some part of them may rub off onto me, that I will be struck by the inspiration that made them great when I stand among their belongings and see the things they saw when they were alive.
Go back in time...
by Regina Lynch
Historic Deerfield is, at first glance, on a road like any other. Fourteen house-museums are nestled in an actual neighborhood in Deerfield, Mass., and the Flynt Center of Early New England Life shares the street with Deerfield Academy. However, as I surveyed the mile-long, tree-lined street, I realized I was looking at history.
by Mei Mei Thai
It's 9:30 a.m. A bit early for a UMass Amherst student, like myself, to wake up during the winter season when it's not for a class. Luckily, it's 40°F on this Monday morning in early March. Snow covers the ground, but it’s not too cold for an escape to Mount Tom State Reservation. So my friend, Khanh Tran, and I take off to check it out. (full