Upcoming Presentations

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(From Peabody Weekly News, 2/13/2020)

Upcoming Public Presentations:
“Walkable Witch-Hunt Sites in Danvers.”
-August 19, 2020. Online presentation from Tapley Hall, Danvers Historical Society. Will be broadcast on Facebook on the Danvers Historical Society Facebook page. Danvers Historical Society Events

“Skeletons in the Closet: How the Actions of the Salem Witch Trials Victims’ Families in 1692 Affected Later Memorialization.” RESCHEDULED TO MARCH 2021
-March 14, 2020 at HistoryCamp Boston. For details, see: https://historycamp.org/boston

Past Presentations:
Livestreamed tour of the Rebecca Nurse Homestead. I was one of 12 historians chosen to present from one of 12 significant sites in American history as part of the America’s Summer Roadtrip 2020 program. The recorded tour can be found here:
Rebecca Nurse Homestead – America’s Summer Roadtrip

“Skeletons in the Closet: How the Actions of the Salem Witch Trials Victims’ Families in 1692 Affected Later Memorialization.” (Around 200 attendees!)
February 9, 2020. 2:00pm, $5. Peabody Historical Society, Peabody, Mass.
Peabody Historical Soc. Events

“Skeletons in the Closet: How the Actions of the Salem Witch Trials Victims’ Families in 1692 Affected Later Memorialization.”
October 19, 2019. 3:00pm, $5. The Rebecca Nurse Homestead Museum, Danvers, Mass. October 19, 2019 at Rebecca Nurse Homestead

“Skeletons in the Closet: How the Actions of the Salem Witch Trials Victims’ Families in 1692 Affected Later Memorialization.”
May 16, 2019. 7:30pm. Danvers Historical Society Lecture Series at Tapley Hall, Danvers, Mass.

Private Presentations:
“Putting the Townes on the Map.” Towne Family Association Annual Meeting – 400th Anniversary of William and Joanna Towne (RESCHEDULED to July 2022)