Experiment, collaborate

C. Morgan Grefe
Rhode Island Historical Society executive director
C. Morgan Grefe became executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Society in 2011, after serving as director of its Goff Center for Education and Public Programs for six years. She is the author of “The World in One Square Mile: Central Falls,” a children’s historical fiction book. / COURTESY GAGE M. PRENTISS
C. Morgan Grefe
Rhode Island Historical Society executive director
C. Morgan Grefe became executive director of the Rhode Island Historical Society in 2011, after serving as director of its Goff Center for Education and Public Programs for six years. She is the author of “The World in One Square Mile: Central Falls,” a children’s historical fiction book. / COURTESY GAGE M. PRENTISS
Rhode Island’s more than 450 history and heritage organizations preserve the very things that embody the stories of our state. Now, when our students, teachers and communities need us most, we sometimes can’t access our own collections, let alone welcome people into our buildings. So, what are we to do? This year is an ideal…

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