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Guest

Topic

FC 099 Laura Macaluso Monuments Man Deane Keller
FC 098 Anthony Sammarco Lost Boston
FC 097 Liz Petry An Extraordinary Family
FC 096 Jerry Roberts The British Raid on Essex
FC 095 Roger Ekirch At Day’s Close: Night in Times Past
FC 094 Dr. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich and others The Massachusetts History Conference
FC 093 Dr. Gregory Flemming At the Point of a Cutlass
FC 092 Paul S. Gillies Uncommon Law, Ancient Roads and Other Ruminations on Vermont Legal History
FC 091 John Grenham Tracing Your Irish Ancestors
FC 090 Dr. Daniel J. Tortora Fort Halifax: Winslow’s Historic Outpost
FC 089 Susan Tejada In Search of Sacco and Vanzetti
FC 088 Corin Hirsch Forgotten Drinks of Colonial New England
FC 087 Anthony Sammarco A History of Howard Johnson’s
FC 086 Dr. Thomas W. Jones, FASG Mastering Genealogical Proof
FC 085 Dr. John Demos The Heathen School
FC 084 Dr. Katherine Harris African American Connecticut Explored
FC 083 Dr. Marla Miller Rebecca Dickinson: Independence for a New England Woman
FC 082 Steve Luxenberg Annie’s Ghosts: A Journey into a Family Secret
FC 081 Tasha Caswell Through a Different Lens: 3 CT Women Photographers
FC 080 Paul Della Valle Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Boston History
FC 079 Dr. Kathleen G. Velsor The Underground Railroad on Long Island
FC 078 Richard Hite Sustainable Genealogy
FC 077 Mac Griswold The Manor
FC 076 Stephen Puleo Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919
FC 075 Christopher Klein Strong Boy: The Life and Times of John L. Sullivan, America’s First Sports Hero
FC 074 Brian Deming Boston and the Dawn of American Independence
FC 073 Eric Lehman Becoming Tom Thumb
FC 072 George G. Morgan & Drew Smith Advanced Genealogy Research Techniques
FC 071 Roger Thompson Cambridge Cameos
FC 070 Richard DeLuca Post Roads and Iron Horses
FC 069 Marjory O’Toole Remembering Adamsville: Creating a town-wide oral history project
FC 068 Joan P. Bines Words They Live By: Colonial New England Speech, Then and Now
FC 067 Peter G. Rose Food, Drink and Celebrations of the Hudson Valley Dutch
FC 066 Elizabeth Shown Mills, FASG The Forgotten People: A discussion of slavery, race, research and writing
FC 065 Dr. John Demos A Little Commonwealth
FC 064 Gary Shattuck Artful and Designing Men
FC 063 Diana Ross McCain Mysteries and Legends New England
FC 062 Dr. Michael Bell Food for the Dead
FC 061 Carolyn Marvin Hanging Ruth Bray
FC 060 Jeremy D’Entremont Ocean-Born Mary
FC 059 D. Brenton Simons Witches, Rakes, and Rogues
FC 058 Elise Guyette Discovering Black Vermont
FC 057 Kenneth Milano The Philadelphia Nativist Riots
FC 056 Helen Ullmann, FASG Colonial New England Genealogy
FC 055 Jill Norgren Rebels at the Bar
FC 054 Marian Pierre-Louis Special First Anniversary celebration!
FC 053 James Redfearn The Boston Police Strike of 1919
FC 052 Joanne Hulbert / David Allen Lambert Why Baseball Matters
FC 051 Dr. Roger Thompson From Deference to Defiance, Charlestown, MA 1629-1692
FC 050 Dr. Lucianne Lavin Connecticut’s Indigenous People
FC 049 Dr. Nathaniel Sheidley The 300th Anniversary of Boston’s Old State House
FC 048 Dr. Megan Marshall Margaret Fuller
FC 047 Andrew Carroll Here is Where
FC 046 Dr. Marla Miller Betsy Ross and the Making of America
FC 045 Alex R. Goldfeld The North End: A Brief History of Boston’s Oldest Neighborhood
FC 044 Dr. Elaine G. Breslaw Lotions, Potions, Pills & Magic
FC 043 Denise Levenick How to Archive Family Keepsakes
FC 042 Chris Pagliuco The Great Escape of Edward Whalley and William Goffe
FC 041 Nancy Rubin Stuart Defiant Brides
FC 040 Dr. Linford Fisher The Indian Great Awakening
FC 039 Barbara Silberman Judith Sargent Murray & The Sargent House
FC 038 Dr. Allegra di Bonaventura For Adam’s Sake
FC 037 Melinde Lutz Byrne, FASG Lost Babes: Fornication Abstracts from Court Records, Essex County, MA, 1692-1745
FC 036 Chris Child & Scott Steward The Award Winning Descendants of Judge John Lowell of Newburyport, MA
FC 035 J.L. Bell Revolutionary New England
FC 034 Dr. Donald R. Friary New England Captives Carried to Canada
FC 033 Henry Z. Jones, FASG Palatine Families of New York
FC 032 Dr. Ava Chamberlain The Notorious Elizabeth Tuttle
FC 031 Peter F. Stevens Hidden History of the Boston Irish
FC 030 Barbara Mathews & Melinde Lutz Byrne, FASG Records Access & Researching in the 1600s
FC 029 Michelle Coughlin One Colonial Woman’s World
FC 028 Ingrid Grenon Down East Schooners and Shipmasters
FC 027 James Clark Connecticut’s Fife and Drum Tradition
FC 026 CS Manegold Ten Hills Farm
FC 025 Dr. Carla Peterson Black Gotham
FC 024 Stephen Puleo The Caning: The Assault That Drove America to Civil War
FC 023 Thomas & William Gilson Carved in Stone
FC 022 Juliet Haines Mofford The Devil Made Me Do It!
FC 021 David Allen Lambert New England Genealogy
FC 020 Sarah Nehama In Death Lamented: The Tradition of Anglo-American Mourning Jewelry
FC 019 Christian McBurney The Rhode Island Campaign: The First French and American Operation in the Revolutionary War
FC 018 Melissa Mannon The Unofficial Family Archivist
FC 017 Eve LaPlante Marmee & Louisa: The Untold Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Mother
FC 016 Megan Smolenyak Hey, America, Your Roots Are Showing
FC 015 Dr. Kenneth Lockridge A New England Town
FC 014 Kathleen Wall Plimoth Plantation Culinarian talks about the First Thanksgiving and Colonial Food
FC 013 Heli Meltsner The Poorhouses of Massachusetts: A Cultural and Architectural History
FC 012 Dr. Jennifer L. Anderson Mahogany: The Costs of Luxury in Early America
FC 011 Eric Jay Dolin When America First Met China
FC 010 Deborah Navas Murdered by his Wife
Fc 009 Richard G. Tomlinson Witchcraft Prosecution: Chasing the Devil in Connecticut
FC 008 Jonathan Kruk Legends and Lore of Sleepy Hollow and the Hudson Valley
FC 007 John Thomas Grant Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone
FC 006 Maureen Taylor The Last Muster and Fashionable Folks Hairstyles 1840-1900
FC 005 Diane Rapaport The Naked Quaker
FC 004 Dr. Meaghan Siekman The Fairbanks House – America’s oldest timber frame house
FC 003 Joe Manning The Lewis Hine Project
FC 002 Martin Hollick New Englanders in the 1600s: A Guide to Genealogical Research Published Between1980 and 2010
FC 001 Paul Della Valle Massachusetts Troublemakers: Rebels, Reformers and Radicals from the Bay State