Spotlight: Cabot House Bank Room


When Beverly Bank purchased this house from merchant John Cabot in 1802, it had been a residence. With the opening of the banking rooms, the house was used for both residential and commercial purposes. In this new Historic House Spotlight talk, you will be guided through the Beverly Bank room inside the Cabot House to […]

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Spotlight: Cabot House Bank Room


When Beverly Bank purchased this house from merchant John Cabot in 1802, it had been a residence. With the opening of the banking rooms, the house was used for both residential and commercial purposes. In this new Historic House Spotlight talk, you will be guided through the Beverly Bank room inside the Cabot House to […]

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Rantoul’s Beverly Walking Tour


Join us for a fun afternoon walking tour of Robert Rantoul’s Beverly. During this 1.5 mile walking tour we will explore the life, times, and places that were relevant to Rantoul. We will also explore his deep roots in Beverly history. Very limited capacity, reservations must be made in advance. $10; tickets here Free for […]

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Spotlight: Cabot House Bank Room


When Beverly Bank purchased this house from merchant John Cabot in 1802, it had been a residence. With the opening of the banking rooms, the house was used for both residential and commercial purposes. In this new Historic House Spotlight talk, you will be guided through the Beverly Bank room inside the Cabot House to […]

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Spotlight: Cabot House Bank Room


When Beverly Bank purchased this house from merchant John Cabot in 1802, it had been a residence. With the opening of the banking rooms, the house was used for both residential and commercial purposes. In this new Historic House Spotlight talk, you will be guided through the Beverly Bank room inside the Cabot House to […]

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The Story of Beverly Pottery


Charles Lawrence’s Beverly Pottery Company played an important role in late nineteenth century Beverly; pieces produced in Beverly can be found in museums across the nation. Justin Thomas, a scholar of Charles Lawrence and Beverly Pottery Company, will discuss his research on the subject. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own pieces of pottery to […]

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