Upcoming Presentations

 

Upcoming Presentations

July, 2017, Society of Historians of the Early Republic Conference, panel presentation, Philadelphia.

Sept. 30, Thayer Memorial Library, “Writing History,” Seven Bridges Writer’s Group, Lancaster, MA, 10:30 am

Past Presentations

July 1 & 2, Old Sturbridge Village, “Declaring Independence: Then and Now,” 10am & Noon.

June 29, 2017, Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, Sudbury, “Declaring Independence: Then and Now,” 6pm

June 27, 2017, American Antiquarian Society, “Declaring Independence: Then and Now,” 7pm

May 2, 2017, Malden Historical Society, Paths of the Patriots Presentation, 7pm.

July 2016, Society of Historians of the Early Republic Conference, panel presentation, New Haven, Conn.

May 2, 2016, Book Talk, “Seven Bridges Writer’s Group,” 7pm

April 21, 2016, “Crisis of Community,” Book Talk, Sturbridge Publick House, 7:00pm

March 15, 2016, “Declaring Independence: Then and Now,” American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass.

Mar. 1, 2016, Women’s History Lecture, Groton-Dunstable Regional High School.

Nov. 10, 2015, “Crisis of Community,” Book Talk, Sterling Historical Society, Sterling Legion Post, School St. Sterling, Mass., 7:00pm

Nov. 1, “‘Stamp Act Crisis:  John Adams and the Braintree Instructions'” moderator, with presentation by John Dennehy, Longfellow’s Wayside Inn.

Oct. 25, 2015 “Paths of the Patriots,” Leominster Public Library, Leominster, Mass.

Sept. 15, 2015 Westford Historical Society, Westford, Mass. “‘All Is Change’: New England Village Life in the Early Republic.” Book Talk, 7pm.

Aug. 6, 2015, “At the Crossroads of Revolution,” NEH Teacher Institute, Concord, Mass

July 30, 2015, “At the Crossroads of Revolution,” NEH Teacher Institute, Concord, Mass.

June 11, 2015, “No Taxation Without Representation:How the Stamp Act Made America” Hands-On History Workshop, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, MA

Mar. 26-28, “Exploring the Character of Place,” Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area Conference, Concord, Mass.

Mar. 26, 2015, Sturbridge Historical Society, The Publick House, Sturbridge, “Beyond the Minutemen: Women and Youth in 1775 Lexington,” 7pm.M

Mar. 19, 2015, Littleton Historical Society, Littleton, Mass. “‘All is Change’: New England Village Life in the Early Republic,” 7pm

Mar. 12, 2015, Groton-Dunstable High School, “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives: The Women of Lexington on April 19, 1775,” a Women’s History Month presentation, 7pm

Feb. 10, 2015, Historic Newton, “Trials and Transformation: New England Village Life in the Early Republic.” Book Talk. Newton, Mass

2014  PRESENTATIONS:

Nov. 21, Connecticut Historical Society, Brown Bag Talk, Tuberculosis in Early 19th Century New England, noon.

Oct. 19, 2014, Freedom’s Way Heritage Association, “Paths of the Patriots,” Old Shirley Meeting House, Shirley, Mass.

Oct. 16, 2014, American Antiquarian Society, Book Talk, 185 Salisbury St., Worcester, Mass.

Oct. 1, 2014, Mass. Historical Society, Book Talk. Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

Sept. 30, 2014, Golden Ball Tavern, Lincoln, Mass. Book Talk, 6pm

Sept. 24, 2014, New Hampshire Historical Society, Brown Bag Talk, Tuberculosis in Early 19th Century New England.

Sept. 14, 2014, Boylston Historical Society, Book Talk on <em>Crisis of Community</em>

July 20, 2014, “Dorr’s Disciples,” Paper presentation for the Society of Historians of the Early American Republic.

June 2, Massachusetts History Conference, Holy Cross College, Worcester, Mass. “Paths of the Patriots Mini-Muster “(contact Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area.

May 5, 2014, Lexington Historical Society, “Personal Tales of the American Revolutionary Era,” A Symposium co-sponsored by the Golden Ball Tavern Museum and the Lexington Historical Society

Apr. 29, 2014: Groton Historical Society, “Trials of an Old New England Town in a New Nation,” 7pm, Legion Hall, 75 Hollis St. Groton, Mass.

Apr. 26, 2014: American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass. “Primer in Primary Source Research.”

Apr. 17, 2014: Harvard Historical Society, “Paths to the Harvard Poorhouse.”

Apr. 6, 2014: Harvard Women’s Club, Harvard Mass. Book talk on <em>Crisis of Community</em>

Mar. 30, Boxborough Historical Society, “Old Town in a New Nation.” 6pm

Mar. 8, Freedom’s Way Heritage Area, Devens, Mass., “Paths of the Patriots”

Feb. 19, 2014: Massachusetts Historical Society, Brown Bag Luncheon Talks, “Consumed By Poverty: The Experience of Tuberculosis in the Boston Almshouse, 1820-1830,” noon, MHS, 1154 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

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