History

Submitted by kwells on Wednesday December 28, 2016

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday December 21, 2016

 

Workshop: Learn, Save & Write Family Food History with Photo Detective Maureen Taylor  

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday December 21, 2016

Indigenous Foodways: Sovereignty, Appropriation and Continuation, a lecture with Loren Spears,

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday June 30, 2016

Little Rhody, as its residents affectionately call Rhode Island, is a small state with a lot to offer and that's

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday June 15, 2016

Visit this exhibit during the

Submitted by kwells on Thursday June 09, 2016

Visit this exhibit during the Library's open

Submitted by tamason on Friday May 13, 2016

Historic Benefit Street. Photo: Warren Jagger

Join the Providence

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday May 05, 2016

A Traveler’s Air, a two-day symposium exploring the intersection of air and travel literature in the early modern/colonial periods (and beyond).

Submitted by tamason on Tuesday April 05, 2016

Submitted by Anonymous on Friday April 01, 2016

You might not recognize Alexander von Humboldt’s name quite the same as Darwin, Goethe, Thoreau, or Jefferson, but his scientific work in the Americas inspired them all. Come listen to Andrea Wulf’s lecture “The Invention of Nature” about