Natick’s Lincoln Anniballi will give a free talk titled “Henry Wilson: Natick’s Mark on the Nation” on Sunday, July 30 from 4-5pm at Natick Historical Society’s History Museum at 58 Eliot St.
From the Historical Society: A lifelong resident of Natick, the home town of Henry Wilson, Lincoln Anniballi grew up in the Henry Wilson Historic District, lived on the same road Wilson did, drove past the Henry Wilson Shoe Shop every day, and even went to Wilson Middle School, yet knew very little about the person whose name was all over town. In 2020 Lincoln began researching Wilson’s life and in 2021 got the idea to turn his research into a biographical podcast on the life of Henry Wilson. A student of political science and history at Hofstra University, Anniballi has spent much of his free time researching and producing “Henry Wilson & the Civil War.”
Participants are invited to join the Natick Historical Society for a summer gathering at 5pm in Shaw Park following the talk.
Advanced registration is required to secure your spot in the museum.