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BROWN BAG LUNCH WITH RUSSELL WARREN On Sunday, March 26, from 12 noon to 2 p.m., the Bristol Historical and Preservation Society will host a brown bag lunch for a talk about the work of Russell Warren, Rhode Island’s very own early 19th-century architect.David Harrington, in the persona of Russell Warren, will lead the discussion at the Society’s Headquarters at 48 Court Street.
)Horses first appeared in New England in 1629, when Francis Higginson shipped approximately 25 mares and stallions from Leicestershire, England to the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
However, for Rhode Island, horses were also a staple exportation commodity, and by the mid-eighteenth century the colony led the way in shipping horses to the sugar colonies.
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The conference is part of the Harvard and Slavery initiative, founded in 2007, which examines in detail the range of Harvard’s connections to slavery.
Scavenger hunts, woodworking demonstrations, hands-on activities with reproduction antique toys and games, authentic carding and spinning tools, and historically themed coloring pages and puzzles.