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Jane Colihan

Jane Colihan served as a Senior Editor at American Heritage.

Articles by this Author

Wildlife, Shells, and Thomas Edison’s Laboratory
A colonial capital remembered for its women
Along With its Well-known Visual Pleasures Come Acoustic Ones
Out Of The Woods, April 1997 | Vol. 48, No. 2
Amid a hundred mountains and a thousand lakes, a fascinating institution tells the story of America’s engagement with its Eastern wilderness
IT’S ALL AROUND YOU , but you may never have noticed the work of America’s greatest iron master. Now a new exhibition gives Samuel Yellin his due.
“They tell me I have a beautiful boat,” said the challenger, Sir Thomas Lipton. “What I want is a boat to lift the Cup.”


A colonial capital Remembered for its women The 1782 Barker House was moved to the waterfront in the early 1950s.  How did you hear about the Pilgrimage?” asked a volunteer at the Barker House when I showed up to buy a ticket. “Newspaper? Radio? We like to know what works.” In fact it was an…