Mary Babson Fuhrer’s publications include:
“Sisterhood in Lexington” American History Magazine, forthcoming. (Political activism of Lexington’s women, 1775)
“Words from a Love Story,” Early American Life, December, 2021.
“Half in Love with Death,” American History Magazine, April 2020. (Consumption/tuberculosis in early America)
“The Striped Pig: A Tale of Porcine Protest,” Early American Life Magazine, February, 2019.
“The Druggist’s Apprentice: A Diary of Coming of Age in Antebellum Boston,” in New England Diaries: The Dublin Seminar for New England Folk Life Annual Proceedings, 2007. Boston: Boston University, 2008.
“Reckoning with the Parkers: Three Generations of Artisan Trade in Colonial and Early Republic Lexington (1736-1836),” Monograph Report for the Lexington Historical Society, April, 2004.
“We Have All Something to Do in the Cause of Freeing the Slaves”: The Abolitionist Work of Mary White,” in Women’s Work: The Dublin Seminar for New England Folk Life Annual Proceedings, 2001. Boston: Boston University, 2002.
Letters from the “Old Home Place”: Selections from the White Family Collection at Old Sturbridge Village, 1997. Funded by the Massachusetts Foundation for the Humanities
“Family Letters, Community History & a Balance of Expertise,” CommonWealth, 1997.
“The Diary of Mary White,” Old Sturbridge Village Visitor, Fall, 1995.