History

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday March 19, 2012

While the pictorial splendor of three-dimensional movies might seem to occupy the cutting edge of entertainment, visual performances in 3D have a long history. And on March 29, you can get a taste of the early days of that history at an

Submitted by tamason on Friday March 02, 2012

Franklin and Winston by Jon Meacham

The most complete portrait ever drawn of the complex emotional connection between two of history’s towering leaders.

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday February 15, 2012

History HiJinks is the name of our wonderful book club at the Providence Public Library. Always informative and entertaining, we meet once a month (usually the first Monday night) from 7:00 - 8:00

Submitted by tamason on Thursday January 12, 2012

History HiJinks is the name of our wonderful book club at the Providence Public Library. Always informative and entertaining, we meet once a month (usually the first Monday night) from 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday October 27, 2011

Join us for the final celebration of the Louisa May Alcott program series - at a Birthday Tea with Louisa herself!

Submitted by tamason on Thursday October 13, 2011

Jan. 9 (Part 3)  Discussion of Freedom from Fear by David M. Kennedy

History HiJinks is the name of our wonderful book club at the Providence Public Library. Always

Submitted by lmoulton on Tuesday October 11, 2011

Dec. 5 (Part 2)  Discussion of Freedom from Fear by David M. Kennedy

History HiJinks is the name of our wonderful book club at the Providence Public Library. Always

Submitted by tamason on Wednesday September 07, 2011

The Rhode Island Publications Society (Fabre Line Club) announces its second annual fall book series featuring four presentations by noted scholars. Two of the talks will analyze Rhode Island themes--The Dorr Rebellion (Fri., Oct. 14

Submitted by Anonymous on Monday September 05, 2011

Submitted by tamason on Friday September 02, 2011

In celebration of Louisa May Alcott, take a Walking Tour of Benefit Street to focus on 19th Century Women’s History with the Rhode Island Historical Society!

Louisa May Alcott left an indelible mark on the literary culture of her