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- Conference Site -
Radisson Hotel Boston, in Boston, Massachusetts
Our conference site this year is Boston, Massachusetts - the largest city in the New England section of the United States. Known as a "hub" for commerce and business, it serves as a home to many well-known academic institutions, historical landmarks, and national athlethics teams, making it one of the most enjoyable places to visit.
- Brief History -
Founded by Puritan settlers in the 1600's, and was the home of many firsts including the establishment of America's first subway system, public school, its first college, Harvard University (in neighboring Cambridge). Boston's proximity to the sea and its harbor helped it serve as a world leader in shipbuilding and a primary port.
In addition, it served as focal point for many major events of the American Revolution such as the Boston Tea Party and the Battle of Bunker Hill.
- Places to Visit -
Historical Sites & Memorials
Paul Revere House
The New England Holocaust Memorial
Boston Massacre Site
Bunker Hill Monument
Museum of Science
Museum of Fine Arts
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Franklin Park Zoo
New England Aquarium