It looks like October is going to be a busy month. Here is what I have lined up. (For a full schedule and information about bookings click here).
Saturday, Oct. 3: Keynote speaker at annual luncheon of the Mayflower Descendants Society, Riverton, NJ. Topic: “The Way of Improvement Leads Home.”
Wednesday Oct. 7: Gilder-Lehrman “Teaching American History” Workshop, Monroe, LA. Topic: “The Coming of the American Revolution.”
Thursday, Oct. 8: Bethany Village “Venture Series,” Mechanicsburg, PA. Topic: “Did George Washington Chop Down the Cherry Tree and Other Myths About the ‘Father of our Country.'”
Saturday, Oct. 10: Cape May County Library, Cape May Court House, NJ. “New Jersey Authors Roundtable.”
Tuesday, Oct. 13: Gilder-Lehrman “Junior Historians Forum,” Milwaukee, WI. Topic: “Children in Colonial America.”
Wednesday, Oct. 14: Gilder-Lehrman Teachers Workshop, Milwaukee, WI. Topic: “Children in Colonial America.”
Tuesday, Oct. 27: Gilder-Lehrman “Junior Historians Forum,” Huntsville, AL. Topic: “The Coming of the American Revolution.”