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Hidden Histories through a New Lens – Cato Freeman and Lucy Foster
February 10 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cato Freeman and Lucy Foster are the two most studied people of color in the Andovers, yet we still struggle to understand who they were and even how they lived. The way we interpret their history is shaped by our own cultural biases. Elaine Clements, Executive Director of the Andover Center for History and Culture, and Carol Majahad, Coordinator of Museum Education at the North Andover Historical Society, will share Lucy and Cato’s evolving stories.
Location: The Stevens Center on the Common (North Andover Historical Society), 800 Massachusetts Ave. North Andover, MA.
Tickets are free, but seating is limited. Please register in advance via Eventbrite.
Masks are required inside. Parking is available on Academy Rd, please reserve spots in front of the building for the elderly and disabled. In this season when the weather or travel conditions are questionable, check the North Andover Historical Society website for cancellations before venturing out. Email with any questions.