Local Boy Scout Troop Enhances The Grand Reopening of Abigail Adams Birthplace

Weymouth and Braintree Scouts Implement Landscaping Service Project BRAINTREE, HANOVER and WEYMOUTH, MA Issued July 8, 2013…It’s not often that a group of teens have the opportunity to make a long term impact on the home of an American First Lady.  Determined to engage in that effort, a dedicated Boy Scouts of America troop, featuring […]

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Birthplace of Abigail Adams reopen

WEYMOUTH — Abigail Adams’s birthplace has reopened to the public after being closed for two years for major structural renovations. The reopening Sunday of the Weymouth home, which was built in 1685, marks a new chapter in the Abigail Adams Historical Society’s mission to spread the story of the wife of the nation’s second president […]

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Woman involved with Abigail Adams House discovers family connection

WEYMOUTH — When members of the public tour the restored birthplace of Abigail Adams on Sunday, they’ll hear legendary stories about Adams and her importance as the wife of one president, mother of another and an outspoken pioneer for women’s rights. They’ll also have a chance to meet a Weymouth resident with ties to the […]

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