Projects & Publications

Uncovering Their History: African, African American and Native American Burials in the Ancient Burying Ground, 1640-1815- Grant Writing and Project Director 

2017-2019

Ancient Burying Ground Association, Inc.

Project received a "Partners in Preservation" grant from the Connecticut State Historic Preservation Office to fund research on the individuals from the black and Native communities that are buried in the ABG. Research team uncovered almost 500 individuals and created an interactive website. 

https://www.africannativeburialsct.org/

The Business of Building Hartford: The R.F. Jones Company, 1894-1964

Author

2018-19

Architectural Research project produced a 100 page monograph on the work of Greater Hartford's most prominent  building company of the early 20th century. Copies in the Hartford History Center and the Noah Webster House archival collections.

Learning Through Places: 10 Lesson Plans for Historic Sites, 3rd and 4th Grades

Author

2019

Connecticut Explored Magazine

Where I lIve Connecticut

Authored 10 lesson plans that conform to the state's social study frameworks that highlight the built environment. 

https://whereilivect.org/curriculum-learning-through-places/

Grating the Nutmeg Podcast

Co-Host and Producer

Connecticut Explored magazine and the Connecticut State Historian

2018-Present

Co-host and producer for the state's only podcast dedicated to Connecticut history. First-person narratives, author interviews  and panel discussions all provide material for episodes. 

A LIFE OF THE LAND: Connecticut's Jewish Farmers 

Connecticut Jewish History Journal

Co-Author

Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford

2010

Full length (100 page) volume presenting the history of Jewish farm life in the early 20th century. CLHO award winner. 

https://jhsgh.org/store/

En Avant with our French Allies, Connecticut Sites, Markers and Monuments Honoring comte de Rochambeau's French Troops for Contributions to American Independence, 1780-1782

Co-Author 

Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism

2004

Full length (144 page) guidebook to Connecticut's Washington-Rochambeau Trail.

Built to Serve: Connecticut's National Guard Armories 1865-1940

Co-author

Connecticut Historical Commission

2003

First comprehensive guide to the state's historic state armories (174 pages). Winner AASLH Certificate of Commendation and CLHO Award of Merit.