Kathleen Weiler, Maria Baldwin's Worlds

Maria Baldwin (1856--1922) held a special place in the racially divided society of her time, as a highly respected educator at a largely white New England school and an activist who carried on the radical spirit of the Boston area's internationally renowned abolitionists from a generation earlier.

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ISBN: 9781625344786
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Published: University of Massachusetts Press - September 20th, 2019

Mackenzi Lee, History of the World in Fifty Dogs

New York Times bestselling author (and Porter Square Books' own!) Mackenzi Lee presents her latest book: an illustrated collection of stories about dogs that knew how to sit, stay, and witness history.

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By Mackenzi Lee, Ms. Petra Eriksson (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9781419740060
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Published: Abrams Image - October 15th, 2019

Nancy Seasholes, The Atlas of Boston History

Local historian and volume editor Nancy Seasholes presents The Atlas of Boston History: The Making of a City, a unique addition to works about Boston history.​​​​​​​

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By Nancy S. Seasholes (Editor)
ISBN: 9780226631158
Availability: Available at Wholesaler
Published: University of Chicago Press - October 10th, 2019


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