Meet Anne O'Connor

Multi-media reporting, interactive history programs, author

Telling our stories

Multi-media reporting

Do you have a story to tell?

Using words, images and video, I cover it all. From little old ladies in the altogether to toxic waste.

Don't forget bicycle history!

Interactive history programs

Keep your learners of all ages engaged with interactive programs. Investigate the region's history during programs rich with music and images. For children, age-appropriate activities.

Adults

The First Big Dig: explore the building of the Hoosac Tunnel and the expense it entailed

Dreamed, created and crafted: take a look at the products and innovations New England is famous for.

Children

Drilling to New York, grades K - 3: Keep little hands busy discovering how a nearly 5-mile tunnel was built in the 1900s.

Warp and Weft, grades 4 - 8: Weave on a cardboard loom and investigate the early labor movement.

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Author of Fitchburg: the old hometown

Our slice of times lies on top of all the past slices. What we see today is just one layer. What we saw as children is always there, shaping our present. These layers, going back in time, form the structure of our community. Fitchburg, 

Massachusetts thrived until the mid-20th century and the former industrial powerhouse is looking to reinvent itself for the 21st century. 

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