Revolutionary New England with JL Bell is now available as a Podcast

PodcasticonbyDerickkwaThe most recent episode of Fieldstone Common featuring J.L. Bell discussing the Revolution in New England is now available as a podcast. This is a make-up broadcast which was originally scheduled for April 18, 2013. The sound quality, unfortunately, has a little bit of an echo but the fascinating topics are well worth the effort.

The podcast can be played through the computer using your default media player (click play below) or downloaded to iTunes (also below).

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Upcoming in April on Fieldstone Common

Be sure to mark your calendar. We’ll be giving away some great books during the live broadcasts of Fieldstone Common.

4 April 2013 at 1pm EST  The Palatine Families of New York with Henry Z. Jones on Fieldstone Common The Palatine Families of New York with Henry Z. Jones. The Palatine families left what is now know as Germany and arrived in New York in 1710 after a lengthy stay in London. This unique group of emigrants has been studied detail by Hank Jones.
11 April 2013 at 1pm EST New England Captives Carried to Canada with Donald R. Friary on Fieldstone Common New England Captive Carried to Canada with Donald R. Friary. NEHGS reprinted this classic 1925 work by Emma Lewis Coleman. Donald Friary helps us understand the importance of this work highlighting the French and Indian Wars.
18 April 2013 at 1pm EST Boston 1775 with JL Bell on Fieldstone Common Children in Revolutionary New England and Boston 1775 with JL Bell. The author of one of the most authoritative websites on the American Revolution, JL Bell visits to discuss children in Revolutionary times and to share stories from his research.
25 April 2013 at 1pm EST The Descendants of Judge John Lowell of Newburyport, MA on Fieldstone Common The Descendants of Judge John Lowell of Newburyport, MA with Scott C. Steward and Christopher C. Child. This book was the winner of the 2012 Donald Lines Jacobus Award. Learn what goes into making an award winning genealogy.