The Seward House Museum has announced a new Facebook Live series, which provides a look at the Museum’s art collection during this time of social distancing. [Read more…] about Seward House Museum Offering Live Stream Lunches
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Although often overlooked under of the national shadow cast by Secretary of State William Henry Seward, the women of the Seward family contributed greatly to the spirit of reform that swept through mid-19th century New York State. [Read more…] about Francis Seward’s Role in Womens Rights
The Seward House Museum has announced Parlor Music Concert: A Musical Journey Through the 19th Century, with tenor soloist Pablo Willey-Bustos, on Sunday, November 24th, from 4 to 5:30 pm.
From the setting of the Museum’s Drawing Room, and enhanced by its 1872 Steinway piano, Willey-Bustos’s performance will transport listeners across the musical landscape of the 19th century. A reception with the artists follows the performance. [Read more…] about Parlor Concert: A 19th Century Musical Journey
Yale Professor of Pathology Dr. Gustave Davis is set to discuss the fascinating — and occasionally gruesome medical history — of the Seward family, and of Auburn, NY, in general in the middle 19th century, on Wednesday, October 23rd.
The program, An Unhealthy History?: Dr. Theodore Dimon and the Rise of Victorian Medicine, will take place from 7 to 8 pm at the Carriage House Theater. [Read more…] about Unhealthy History? Dr. Dimon and Victorian Medicine
The Seward House Museum in Auburn is set to host Parlor Music Concert: A Musical Journey through the 19th Century, on Sunday, November 18th, from 4 to 5:30 pm.
For the seventh annual Parlor Music Concert, the Seward House Museum will welcome soprano soloist Cecile Saine. From the Museum’s Drawing Room, and enhanced by its 1872 Steinway piano, Saine’s performance will give listeners a look back to the 19th century. [Read more…] about 19th Century Parlor Music at Seward House in Auburn
The Seward House Museum is hosting Haunted History Tours of Auburn daily through October 30th, from 6 to 7 pm.
Costumed guides take guests around the Seward House grounds and along the darkened streets of historic downtown Auburn, sharing chilling tales of Victorian funeral practices, spectral encounters from Seward family lore, grizzly true crime stories, and other spooky accounts drawn from local folklore and history. [Read more…] about Haunted History Tours of Auburn
The Seward House Museum in Auburn, NY is set to host Mourning or Macabre?: Victorian Death Rites on Friday, October 26th at 6:30 pm.
The scale of death wrought by the Civil War changed the ways Americans grieved for their lost loved ones. The Victorian generation posed for photographs with the dead and kept memento mori, physical mementos from the bodies of the deceased. They also developed a culture of funereal rites that strike the modern observer as dark and morbid. [Read more…] about Mourning or Macabre? Victorian Death Rites
The Seward House Museum has announced a program, Murder and Medicine: The Seward Assassination Attempt Reconsidered, has been set for Wednesday, October 17th, from 7:15 to 8:30 pm, at the Carriage House Theater, located behind the Cayuga Musuem on 203 Genesee St, Auburn. [Read more…] about Seward Assassination Attempt Reconsidered In Auburn
Women’s Rights National Historical Park has partnered with the Seward House Museum in Auburn who will present a program titled “Seward Feminism” in the National Park Visitor Center’s Guntzel Theater on Saturday March 11th at 1 pm.
Although often overlooked because of the national shadow cast by Secretary of State William Henry Seward, the women of the Seward family contributed greatly to the spirit of reform sweeping through mid-19th-century America. [Read more…] about Women’s Rights National Park Presents ‘Seward Feminism’