Where We Worked

A Celebration Of America's Workers And The Nation They Built


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About Larkin, Jack

Jack Larkin is the former museum scholar and chief historian at Old Sturbridge Village in

Sturbridge, Massachussetts, affiliate professor of history at Clark University, and a frequent consultant and lecturer for museums and historical organizations. A Chicago native and graduate of Harvard College and Brandeis University, Larkin is author of Where We Worked, published with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and The Reshaping of Everyday Life 1790-1840, which was a Distinguished Finalist for the PEN/Martha Albrand Award for Nonfiction in 1989.