Cape Cod Canal…with a lone tree

My Photo of a lone tree beside the Cape Cod Canal is among these images: 

cape cod canal art

Madame Sherri author interview

Listen to me on WVTL radio, as I talk about Madame Sherri with Bob Cudmore on May 9, 2014.
http://www.bobcudmore.com/thehistorians/

The 1840 Law that Saved Solomon Northup

My article on how the New York anti-kidnapping law, which allowed for the rescue of Solomon Northup, came about in 1840.

http://newyorkhistoryblog.org/2014/05/06/the-law-that-saved-solomon-northup-and-others/

Solomon Northup and his wife Anne

Listen to me talk about Solomon Northup, and how his wife carried on during the time he was a slave. 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thegistoffreedom/2014/05/05/12-years-a-slave-mrs-northup-justice-w-author-d-fiske

How Solomon Northup Was Kidnapped and Sold into Slavery

A blog article I did for the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool, UK.

http://blog.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/2014/05/how-solomon-northup-was-kidnapped-and-sold-into-slavery/

Story of Dr. Hebbard

Item on William Wallace Hebbard posted on my History Winks blog.

http://historywinks.tumblr.com/post/83134481992/the-story-of-abolitionist-william-wallace-hebbard

Review of new book Forgotten on the Kennebec

Michele Souliere (Strange Maine blog) reviews my new  book Forgotten on the Kennebec 

Article on Solomon Northup’s presence in Massachusetts

An article I wrote for Metrowest newspapers, about appearances Northup made in Massachusetts after his release from slavery.

http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/article/20140323/OPINION/140328465/2011/OPINION

Encyclopedia Brittanica article: David Wilson

I contributed this article on David Wilson, who worked with Solomon Northup on the book, Twelve Years a Slave. 

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1971954/David-Wilson

Madame Sherri and New York City Show Business

My article summarizing the show business activities of Madame Sherri and her husband in New York City:

http://newyorkhistoryblog.org/2014/03/19/madame-sherri-and-early-20th-century-nyc-show-business/