Susan A. Rogers 

Old Sturbridge Village

A living history museum portraying rural New England in the 1830’s. Located on 200 acres with over 40 exhibit buildings including a printing office that originally sat beside the County Court House in the town of Worcester. It was owned for a period of time by Isaiah Thomas (1749-1831), the noted printer who moved his business from Boston to Worcester during the Revolution to preserve his freedom to publish. Open year-round; call for hours.

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