Fieldstone Common Season 2 -Northeast History & Genealogy Radio with Marian Pierre-Louis

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This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Laura Macaulso, curator of “An Artist at War: Deane Keller, New Haven’s Monuments Man,” an exhibit at the New Haven Museum in New Haven, Connecticut. This week’s discussion is a little … Cont
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Anthony Sammarco, the author of the book Lost Boston. Bio – Anthony Sammarco Since 1997, Anthony Sammarco has taught history at the Urban College of Boston, and his course “Boston’s Immigrant
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is author Liz Petry. This week’s discussion is a little different because we are not speaking about a particular book. Instead we are talking with Liz about her inspirational and extraordinary f
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Jerry Roberts, the author of the book The British Raid on Essex: The Forgotten Battle of the War of 1812. This book re-introduces a part of the War of 1812 that … Continue reading →
This week we are doing something a little different here on Fieldstone Common. We are going on-site to the 2014 Massachusetts History Conference which was themed “Never Done! Interpreting the History of Women at Work in Massachusetts.” We’ll he
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Gregory N. Flemming, the author of the book At the Point of a Cutlass: The Pirate Capture, Bold Escape, and Lonely Exile of Philip Ashton. This book tells the fantastic story … Continue readi
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Paul S. Gillies, the author of the book Uncommon Law, Ancient Roads, and Other Ruminations on Vermont Legal History. This book shows us the importance of understanding how laws came about … C
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is John Grenham, the author of the book Tracing Your Irish Ancestors. The Northeast has the highest concentration of Irish ancestry in the United States and with the help of John and … Continue
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Daniel J. Tortora, the author of the book Fort Halifax: Winslow’s Historic Outpost. Bio – Daniel J. Tortora Daniel Tortora is an assistant professor of history at Colby College. An expert … C
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Susan Tejada, the author of the book In Search of Sacco and Vanzetti: Double Lives, Troubled Times and the Massachusetts Murder Case that Shook the World. Bio – Susan Tejada Susan … Continue
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Corin Hirsch, the author of the book Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England: From Flips & Rattle-Skulls to Switchel & Spruce Beer. Bio – Corin Hirsch Corin Hirsch is a drinks … Continue rea
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Anthony Sammarco, the author of the book A History of Howard Johnson’s: How a Massachusetts Soda Fountain Became an American Icon. Bio – Anthony Sammarco Since 1997, Anthony Sammarco has taug
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Dr. Thomas W. Jones, CG, FASG, the author of the book Mastering Genealogical Proof. Bio – Dr. Thomas W. Jones Thomas W. Jones is an award-winning genealogical researcher, author, editor, and
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Dr. John Demos, the author of the book The Heathen School: A Story of Hope and Betrayal in the Age of the Early Republic. Bio – Dr. John Demos John Demos … Continue reading →
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Dr. Katherine J. Harris, one of the main contributors to the book African American Connecticut Explored. Bio – Dr. Katherine Harris Katherine J. Harris, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Central Connect
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Marla R. Miller, author of the book Rebecca Dickinson: Independence for a New England Woman. Bio – Marla R. Miller Marla R. Miller, a historian of early American women and work, … Continue re
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Steve Luxenberg, author of the book Annie’s Ghosts: A Journey Into a Family Secret. Bio – Steve Luxenberg Steve Luxenberg, an associate editor at The Washington Post and author of the … Conti
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Tasha Caswell, curator of the exhibit Through a Different Lens: Three Connecticut Women Photographers at the Connecticut Historical Society. Bio – Tasha Caswell Tasha Caswell is the Thorne-Mc
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Paul Della Valle, author of the book Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Boston History. Please note: A few parts of the interview contain mature topics about serial killers which … Continue r
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Kathleen G. Velsor, author of the book The Underground Railroad on Long Island: Friends in Freedom. Bio – Kathleen G. Velsor Dr. Kathleen Gaffney Velsor is an associate professor in the … Con
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Richard Hite, author of the book Sustainable Genealogy: Separating Fact from Fiction in Family Legends. Bio – Richard Hite Richard Hite is State Records Coordinator of the Rhode Island State
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Mac Griswold, author of the book The Manor: Three Centuries at a Slave Plantation on Long Island. Bio – Mac Griswold Mac Griswold is an acclaimed cultural landscape historian and writer. … Co
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Stephen Puleo, author of the book Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. Bio – Stephen Puleo Stephen Puleo is an author, historian, university teacher, public speaker, and commun
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Christopher Klein, author of the book Strong Boy: The Life and Times of John L. Sullivan, America’s First Sports Hero. Bio – Christopher Klein Christopher Klein is a history and travel … Cont
This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Brian Deming, author of the book Boston and the Dawn of American Independence. Bio – Brian Deming Brian Deming grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is a graduate of the University … Continue re
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