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From the silversmith shop of three Connecticut-born brothers to the home of a we…

From the silversmith shop of three Connecticut-born brothers to the home of a wealthy family in Augusta, this tea service preserved the stories of industry and power in antebellum Georgia. Kayli Rideout, a Ph.D. student in American Studies at Boston University, will detail the fascinating history behind this tea service during our Second Annual Emerging Scholars Colloquium on February 8, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at Isaac Bell House. Presented in collaboration with The Decorative Arts Trust, this daylong speaker series will feature new research by young scholars. For more information, contact emarchi@newportmansions.org or register by visiting
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Source: Preservation Society of Newport County

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