Alice North Towne Lincoln: Boston's Selfless Advocate for the Poor
Join us for Women's History Month as we uncover the story of Alice North Towne Lincoln - one of Boston's great 19th Century philanthropists who has been forgotten by history.
12pm – 1pm
Ages 18 and Adult and Senior Adult.
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- Sign-up is ongoing
- Only virtual (online or over the phone).
Lincoln's life work was to help the urban poor, reforming tenement housing, closing down Rainsford Island - the little-known Boston Harbor Island that served as an off-shore repository for the city's unwanted - and a number of other causes.
Registration is required. A Zoom link will be sent to registrants 1 hour before the program starts.