Architectural/Cultural Walking Tour Series – Walk #2: Archeology Primer; Westborough’s Pre-History

Architectural/Cultural Walking Tour Series (with music!)
These walks were developed as part of the town of Westborough’s 300th anniversary in 2017, with the intention of placing the history of Westborough’s economic, cultural, social and natural resources within the context of the region, the nation and the world. In this episode we explore the town’s Pre-history by taking a walk into Cedar Swamp and we come to understand why this area is still so important today.
Watch – Walk #2: Archeology Primer; Westborough’s Pre-History here!

To watch episode 1, click here!

2 Responses to "Architectural/Cultural Walking Tour Series – Walk #2: Archeology Primer; Westborough’s Pre-History"

  1. Robert Poskitt   March 12, 2023 at 3:05 pm

    This was very well done. The comments on the architecture were revealing and the music made for an overall memorable occasion.

    I recall my Dad telling me that after the 1938 Hurricane, he went in to the sanctuary of the Congregational Church and could reach up and touch the tip of the steeple which had crashed through the roof.

    • Luanne Crosby   March 19, 2023 at 8:57 am

      Thanks for the comment – and that very interesting story. Wow!


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