The Duxbury Rural & Historical Society

Successful Bradford History Symposium

On March 23, 2019 the DRHS welcomed scholars and experts from across the region to speak on a variety of topics relating to this year’s theme, “Hidden Figures in American History.” Thank you to everyone who participated in this sold-out event!

You can now view the Symposium in its entirety, on our You Tube Channel

♦ Eileen McNamara, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author, Brandeis University
Eunice: the Kennedy Who Changed the World

♦ Meaghan Siekman, PhD, New England Historic Genealogical Society
Discovering Difficult Genealogies

♦ David Furlow, Fellow, Texas Supreme Court Historical Society & Editor, Pilgrim Isaac Allerton Society Journal. Isaac Allerton: 17th Century America’s Behind-the-Scenes Founding Father

♦ Lee Blake, President, New Bedford Historical Society
New Bedford’s Underground Railroad & Hidden Figures

♦ Carolyn Ravenscroft, DRHS Historian & Archivist
Duxbury’s Women at Sea: Those Who Sailed During the 19th Century

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