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    Amy Laskowski is a senior writer at Boston University. She is always hunting for interesting, quirky stories around BU and helps manage and edit the work of BU Today’s interns. She did her undergrad at Syracuse University and earned a master’s in journalism at the College of Communication in 2015. Profile

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There are 5 comments on Uncovering a Revered Utopia’s History

  1. Very well done. Educational. Inspirational. I only hope the City of Boston continues to realize it’s storied past and continues to treasure to the best of it’s ability the birthplace of our nation and its cultured past so important to knowing who we are today.

  2. Fabulous! I’m reading a biography about Margaret Fuller (1810-1850). She also lived at Brook Farm for a while. She was an amazing woman and she also knew Hawthorne, Emerson, and Alcott. She was the editor of an intellectual journal, wrote for a New York publication, and was the first US foreign correspondent (that’s what I read). I had no idea that the farm was still around. I cannot wait to visit it. Thank you for this wonderful article!

  3. Since I enjoy going back in time, this article was exciting to read and it makes me want to know more. Boston was such a center of our nation’s history, and of course, still is, by all the work being done on the historic Brook Farm Project. I am thankful for archeologists and the work they do. It provides incentive for others in the field.

  4. Great article, great job Sarah, you followed your life long passion to be an archaeologist. Good luck with more digs and future accomplishments.

  5. Sounds like a challenging job that Sarah has done. She is a brave girl to start such an ambitious project. Carrying it so far along and so well shows both her ambition, wisdom and perseverance.

    We are impressed by her accomplishments and wish her well in continuing in explaining life.

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