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Village Talk: Bethany Groff Dorau on Historic Wolfe Tavern (noon)

Local historian Bethany Groff Dorau speaks about Newburyport’s connection to the fabled General Wolfe, who fought in the French and Indian War during the battle for Quebec.

 

Newburyport’s Wolfe Tavern was named in honor of the British General even in the patriotic fervor of the American Revolution. For two centuries, the Wolfe Tavern entertained and refreshed the weary traveler. Learn about the long life and slow death of this Newburyport icon through images, artifacts, and ephemera.

About the speaker
Bethany Groff Dorau became the Executive Director of the Museum of Old Newbury after 21 years with Historic New England. She is the author of 
A Newburyport Marine in World War I, The Life and Legacy of Eben Bradbury and A Brief History of Old Newburyand has won several awards for preservation advocacy and museum leadership.
 
Bethany has appeared on 
This Old House and Chronicle, and has published articles in the New York Times, New England Quarterly, and Historic New England Magazine, among others.
 
She holds an M.A. in history from the University of Massachusetts, and lives in West Newbury with her family.

When:
Wednesday, February 21, 2024, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
Where:
Newburyport Senior Community Center
https://www.cityofnewburyport.com/council-on-aging
331 High Street
Newburyport, MA  01950

978 462-0430
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Joyce M Cejka
Category:
Village Talk
Registration is not Required
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