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Historic Site Tour Previews

History Camp America 2021—Historic Site Tour Previews

Preview a few of the upcoming Historic Site Tours—included with your History Camp America 2021 registration!

History Camp America 2021—Sessions

  • Reimagining America: The Maps of Lewis and Clark by Carolyn Gilman
  • The Amphibious Assault on Long Island August 1776 by Ross Schwalm 
  • Women in No Man’s Land: The American Committee for Devastated France 1917-1924 by Gail Baden 
  • Saunkskwa, Sachem, Minister: native kinship and settler church kinship in 17th and 18th-century New England by Lori Rogers-Stokes 
  • Tales of the Old West by Kenneth Turner
  • “Thrown into pits”: how were the bodies of the nineteen hanged Salem “witches” really treated? by Marilynne K. Roach 
  • Half Lives: Tales from the Radium Era by Lucy Jane Santos
  • Black Flags, Blue Waters: The Epic History of America’s Most Notorious Pirates by Eric Jay Dolin
  • Inconvenient Founders: Thomas Young and the Forgotten Disrupters of the American Revolution by Scott Nadler
  • Slaves in the Puritan Village: The Untold History of Colonial Sudbury by Jane Sciacca
  • Dollar Princess: The American Invasion by Joshua Yohe
  • Finding Civil War Soldiers: A guide to internet research by Jeff Erzin
  • Surviving the Lash: Corporal Punishment and British Soldiers’ Careers by Don Hagist 
  • “They Took Our Farm”: First-person accounts of the impact of a new WWII Army Camp in rural Illinois by Julie Chenoweth Terstriep
  • Saving John Quincy Adams From Alligators and Mole People by Howard Dorre 
  • Lafayette’s Farewell Tour and National Coherence – The Lafayette Trail by Julien Icher
  • Boston’s Green Dragon Tavern: The Headquarters of the Revolution by Andrew Cotten
  • The Fairbanks House of Dedham: The House, The Myth, The Legend by Stuart Christie
  • The Saga of the Double-Triple Agents and the Fall of the Wall – or How We Really Won the Cold War by Glenn Noreen 
  • First Amendment Origin Stories & James Madison Interview by Jane Hampton Cook & Kyle Jenks
  • Sarah Josepha Hale and how Thanksgiving Became a National Holiday by Jen Tousey
  • After the Mayflower: What really happened between the Pokanokets and the English by Dr. David Weed
  • Your Face… A History in Profile by Lauren Muney
  • U.S. History Trivia Challenge by Robin Hayutin and Alan Fishel
  • Historic Marblehead – A Walking Tour by Judy Anderson
  • George Washington in Cambridge and the Siege of Boston – A Walking Tour by J.L. Bell
  • A Portrait of Resistance: Power and Problems in the Image of Cinque of the Amistad Mutiny by Laura Macaluso, PhD
  • The Second Battle of Lexington & Concord; re-inventing the history of the opening engagements of the American Revolution by Richard C. Wiggin
  • Amalia Kussner – Darling Artist of the Gilded Age (1885-1910) by Kathleen Langone
  • To Arms: How Adams, Revere, Mason, and Henry Helped to Unify their Respective Colonies by Melissa Bryson