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(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - Beginning on Monday, the Commonwealth Museum in Boston will be open for the public to visit. The museum contains many hidden treasures and jewels from Massachusetts history. Previewing what you can see at the museum is Michael Comeau, the assistant archivist of the Commonwealth Museum. In this segment, an original copy of the Declaration of Independence, which is considered one of the more authentic copies. Also, Mike takes a peak at an original copy of the Bill of Rights. That's right, a copy right in Massachusetts. Each state was given a copy of the amendments. Not to be topped, the oldest working constitution is also on hand. It is the document which calls Massachusetts a commonwealth. <A HREF="http://www.necn.com/Boston/Arts-Entertainment/2009/04/16/New-England-history-before-our/1239878888.html" target="_blank"><strong>Take a look at some more documents at the Commonwealth Museum</strong>.</a> Be sure to check out these documents in the interview above. <A HREF="http://www.commonwealthmuseum.org/" target="_blank">For more information on the museum, click here.</A>