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Nathaniel Hawthorn

Mr. Hawthorn–Salem's favorite son, is regarded as a literary genius. His works of fiction depicts the darker and sinister side of Puritan society. The Scarlet Letter, The House of the Seven Gables, etc. usually told tales of the evil within oneself. Great...

Tribute to September 11

We will never–maybe we can't (or maybe we don't want to) forget where we were on Sept 11 2001 America came together that day as one We aren't able to forget what happened But you see, it isn't our choice The angels in heaven, they don't want us to For they know that...

The battle of Daniel Boone

Which battle saw colonists fail to heed the advise of Daniel Boone, leading to a devastating defeat in Kentucky? For answer please visit my Facebook page: The North Shore of Boston

Lizzie Borden B&B

We, the management at the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast invites you to spend an evening with us. Named the "Creepiest hotel in North America" (by Yankee magazine), the B&B offers a unique look at that fateful morning in 1892. Join Spiritualist, Tiffany Rice for...

The Ladies of Crow Haven Corner

The witches of Crow Haven Corner would like to invite you to  Salem’s first witch shop. You will discover everything a enchantress needs; fine magical supplies, occult books, spell kits, etc. You are even invited to have a psychic reading with an authentic Salem...

The Thirteen Colonies

In the thirteen colonies, did the majority of colonists support the revolution? –Answer may be found at Facebook page: the North Shore of Boston.

House of the Seven Gables

Locate in Salem, MA the House of the Seven Gables had inspired author Nathaniel Hawthorn to pen the American classic novel of the same name. Enter the world of "one of the most prosperous sea ports" of the early colonies. Journey with fellow sea captains as they set...

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library

John Fitzgerald Kennedy became the 35th President of the United State on January 20, 1961. He passed away on November 22, 1963. At the JFK Presidential Library and Museum, located at Columbia Point (Boston, MA) you can relive those glorious days of Camelot. To view...

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