History Camp Boston 2018 - Final schedule as of 7:30 pm on July 6
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History Camp Boston 2018 - HistoryCamp.org/boston - #HistoryCamp - #HistoryCampBoston
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July 7, 2018 — Suffolk University Law School
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Final schedule
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First floorRoom 235
(110 people)
Room 285
(90 people)
Room 295
(130 people)
Room 315
(90 people)
Room 335
(125 people)
Room 385
(125 people)
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8:00 - 9:00 amRegistration — T-shirt pick up for those whose badge has SM, MD, LG, XL, 2X, or 3X in the lower left-hand corner. A limited number of T-shirts will also be available for $20.
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9:00 - 9:15 amWelcome
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9:25 - 9:55 amIntroductionsIntroductionsIntroductionsIntroductionsIntroductionsIntroductions
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Session 1
9:55 - 10:35 am
Using the Hancock Door to Unlock Unheard Historical Voices (Patrick Gabridge and Courtney O'Connor)The Lost Mill Towns of South County (Mark Kenneth Gardner)The Redcoats Have Come: Getting to Know the British Soldiers Who Arrived in Boston in 1768 (J. L. Bell)Katharine Gibbs: Trailblazing Woman in Business (Rose A. Doherty)Heroic Souls: Puritan Women as the First American Individuals (Lori Stokes)George Washington and the Separation of Church and State in the Early Days of the Republic (Tara Ross)
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Session 2
10:45 - 11:30 am
Robert Smalls, From Slave to American Civil War Hero (Patrick Gabridge)Vikings in New York and Delaware (Tara Mancini)Printing and Revolution: The role of printers in Revolutionary Boston (Gary Gregory)The Marblehead Women’s Takeover of Their Town in the mid-19th Century (Robert Booth)The Corpse in the Cellar: or, the Posthumous Adventures of Sheriff George Corwin (Marilynne K. Roach)The Founding Fathers and the Electoral College (Tara Ross)
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Session 3
11:40 am - 12:25 pm
Alexander Twilight: The Unfamiliar African American Who Hid His Race For Life (Gabrielle Anzalone and Esme Kimber)Four Yellow Love Drawers: An (Early) Modern Married Couple’s Wardrobe (Tara Mancini)Where We Are: Public History Through Maps (Jill Swan and Connie Chin)Mad For Glory: the 1813 Origins of American Nation-Building and Imperialism (Robert Booth)The Salem Witchcraft Trials and Ergot, the “Moldy Bread” Hypothesis (Margo Burns)The History Podcaster Panel (Edward T. O'Donnell, Jake Sconyers, Liz Covart, Mick Sullivan, and Tracy V. Wilson)
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12:25 - 1:15 pmLunch: 4th floor — Does your badge have the letter "L" in the lower left-hand corner? If so, you registered and ordered lunch. Please come up to the 4th floor
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Session 4
1:15 - 2:00 pm
Madison vs. Hamilton: What is Money, Anyway?
(Bil Lewis)
Celebrating America’s 250th (Jon Grabelle Herman and Bob Allison)Great History Podcasts: How to Find Them and How to Create Your Own (Edward T. O'Donnell)The Founding Fathers and Covert Operations (Stephen Knott)Revolutionary Reformers: Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement (Barbara F. Berenson)Behind the Devil’s Shield: Counter-Magic in Early New England (Alyssa G. A. Conary)The Real Story Behind the Hollywood Afghan War Epic, Twelve Strong: The True Declassified Story of the Horse Soldiers (Brian Glyn Williams)
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Session 5
2:10 - 2:55 pm
When Legal Law Contradicts Moral Law:
The Oberlin Riot of 1858
(Robert Galante)
How Could Placemaking Apply to Local History? (Gavin Kleespies and Nancy Heywood)The Chautauqua Movement in New England and the Now Forgotten Framingham Chautauqua (Anita Danker)From Pride to Protest to Rebellion: Tea in the American Colonies, From the Seven Years War Through the Revolutionary War (Abby Chandler)Woman, the Bicycle and the Vote (Colleen Janz)The Really Wild West of 1789: An Epic Pioneer Adventure across Racial and Geographic Frontiers of the American Revolutionary Era (Dr. Sam Forman)Freeing Fayza: A Professor’s Journey to ISIS-Controlled Iraq to Help Free a “Pagan” Slave Girl (Brian Glyn Williams)
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Session 6
3:05 - 3:50 pm
Board to Death: The Hidden Leadership Crisis in Public History and What We Do About It (Taylor Stoermer)Henry Wilson: Natick Cobbler to Vice-President (Joe Weisse)James Madison Reflects on Efforts and Circumstances Surrounding the Ratification of the US Constitution in its Anniversary “30th year” of 1818 (Kyle Jenks)Side by Side, Women in a Changing Fitchburg (Susan Navarre)Meriwether Lewis’s Survey at Cumberland Gap: or What’s up with the 36-30 Line of North Latitude between Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee? (Lorna Hainesworth)The Filling of Boston’s Back Bay (Will Holton)
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Session 7
4:00 - 4:45 pm
New England’s Hidden Histories: The Race to Rescue Our Earliest Manuscript Church Records (James F. Cooper, Jr.)Photography and Finding the Ancient and Medieval in New England (Kisha G. Tracy)War, Espionage, and Intrigue—Dr. Warren on the Eve of Revolution (Dr. Sam Forman)The Forgotten Philanthropist (Erik Bauer)At Home with Louis Comfort Tiffany: When Tiffany Came to Boston (Jeanne Pelletier)Impact of the 1918 flu epidemic: A personal stories-based approach (Lori Lyn Price)
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Session 8
4:55 - 5:30 pm
Why We Need Open Digital Heritage (Amy Barlow and Taylor M. Polites)How to Use Images to Teach History: An introduction to the SIGHT Method (Edward T. O'Donnell)“The British Boston Garrison, 1774–1776” (Don H. Hagist)Charles & Mary Wild: A 19th Century Brookline Family and the World in Which They Lived (Ken Liss)Ghosts and Graffiti: Superstition and Belief in the Fairbanks House (Daniel Neff)The New England Lighthouse Storm (John Horrigan)
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5:30 - 5:45 pmFeedback — In addition to this session back in the large room on the first floor, please leave your evaluations on the front table.
And if you leave your badge holder, we will use it next time.
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5:45 - 6:00 pmPick up and pack up
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6:00 - 7:15 pmSpecial performance of WWII Women — "T" on your badge means you purchased a ticket when you registered.
Tickets are also available at the table on the first floor.
Join us at Carrie Nation after the performance. It is very close. See the map in session booklet.
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6:00 pm onwardHead to Carrie Nation for post-Camp get together — See your session booklet for the map. It is just a few-minute walk away.
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