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Recent Research Revelations

Hot Off the Press! or, the National Archives Records of the Freedmen’s Bureau Scholar-in-residence John Hannigan just discovered a letter…


Gaining National Momentum

The Robbins House included in more high profile Black History & museum conferences The Future of the African American Past…


Politics, Money, and Anarchy: Historic House Museums

Humanities Director Elon Cook participates in NY panel, “Politics, Money, and Anarchy: Historic House Museums”

Thursday, January 14th, Robbins House Humanities Director, Elon Cook, took part in a panel discussing the best ways to ensure long-term stewardship of historic house museums.


Imagining life as a black woman in 1840 Concord

Nov. 19, 2015 | CONCORD

By Jim Callahan

The Robbins House is a Concord, Mass.-based nonprofit organization focused on revealing the little known African American history of Concord and its regional and national importance. Articles about the Robbins House, its history and the personalities associated with that history, along with events currently taking place at the Robbins House, will appear from time to time in the Concord Journal.

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